Clear Lake Dental Care Team

Dr. Das Answers Your Implant Questions!

Welcome to the Clear Lake Dental Care blog!

We can’t believe that another summer is flying by!

Hopefully, you have had lots to smile about. And if you live in Texas, we’d love to see your smiling face in one of our chairs.

Today we want to talk about an important topic: adult tooth loss.

You can be sure that this is a bad situation to try to live with, If you are missing teeth, you won’t feel like sharing your less than complete smile and you won’t have the chewing power that is required to consume the foods you love.

To change your fate, dental implants are the best bet going. They can radically improve your future health and happiness, without putting you through a lot of pain or expense.

Still, even if we have your attention now, you may have some questions about the process. That goes without saying.

To make things simpler for you, we have compiled a few of the questions that tend to come up during a typical dental implant consultation in our Clear Lake Dental Care office.

Read on to hear more about implants, and then be sure to get in touch to schedule your appointment with Dr. Das and the rest of our team.

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are small rods made of titanium that resemble a screw. They are inserted into your jaw and attached to replacement teeth to create a strong new smile.

Once implants are inserted, they immediately begin to merge with the bone in your jaw and act as the roots of your teeth, which ensure that you don’t fall victim to bone and gum tissue loss.

Will The Procedure Hurt?

No. We will do everything possible to make it a pain-free and pleasant experience for you. That includes employing sedation dentistry techniques to guarantee that your visit is smooth and comfortable.

Are Dental Implants Comfortable?

Yes! Our implants are crafted to feel like your natural teeth. The artificial tooth, or crown, is custom-made to fit your mouth. It will be the right size, shape, and color to blend in with the rest of your teeth.

What Is Teeth In A Day All About?

Teeth in a Day is a quick and effective way to get replacement teeth in your mouth and to get things working ASAP. This forward-looking procedure is so convenient because it only takes one visit for Dr. Das to place both implants and replacement teeth in your mouth. You will walk out of our office with a smile on your face thanks to our CEREC technology.

How Long Will Dental Implants Last?

We are happy to tell you that dental implants are designed to last a lifetime but they will require some maintenance, just like your real teeth.

Brushing twice a day for two or more minutes, flossing and rinsing regularly, and visiting the dentist every three to six months will keep you on track.

Are Implants The Right Treatment For Me?

Truth be told, the only way to determine if dental implants are the best solution for you is to schedule a consultation with our team. When you pay us a visit in-person, Dr. Das will be able to examine your mouth, take digital X-rays, and assess your bone structure.

After that, we can move forward if appropriate. Why not get started today?

Get Started Now!

Contact Clear Lake Dental Care to schedule your dental implant consultation in Texas!

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