Dental Implants - Double Oak, TX
Reclaim Your Smile After Tooth Loss Using Dental Implants!
Are You A Candidate For Dental Implants In Double Oak, TX?
Why Choose Us? 2,000+ Dental Implant Placements to Start
When you’re considering receiving dental implants, insist on working with a world-class team by Double Oak, TX. Our practice includes a fully digital lab and highly qualified, compassionate, board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons who have placed more than 2,000 dental implants. Protect your health and investment with us.
Reclaim Your Life After Tooth Loss
Whether you want to replace one missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, dental implants in Double Oak, TX offers a permanent, highly successful option. When properly placed by world-class oral surgeons, dental implants allow you to gain oral functionality, mitigate bone loss, and enhance your smile. Talk to us today about the value of receiving Quality Straumann® and Nobel Biocare™ single or full-arch dental implants.
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Our Dental Implant Services:
Single dental implants allow you to permanently replace missing teeth. Our office offers immediate implants, enabling you to restore your appearance and reclaim your smile in one visit. Using high-tech software to precisely guide the placement of your dental implant, we can make sure that you get the aesthetic and functional outcomes you deserve.Contact Us!
Implant Supported Dentures
Implant Supported Dentures
Want to stop the hassle of traditional removable dentures that won’t stay in place? Try implant-supported dentures. You’ll receive a customized over-denture that looks and feels natural. Best of all, your over-denture will be supported and stabilized by a series of expertly placed dental implants. No more gels, no more loose teeth—and no holding back your new, radiant smile!Contact Us!
All-on-4 Dental Implants
All-on-4 Dental Implants
With the revolutionary All-On-4® full-mouth dental implant procedure, you can reclaim your smile and slow down bone loss related to missing teeth. We use leading-edge implants from Nobel Biocare™ and Straumann® to place new teeth in one day. Return to the foods, lifestyle, and the confidence you deserve. Talk to our team about your personal cost and candidacy for full-mouth dental implants.Contact Us!
Your comfort during every treatment is our goal, especially during placement of dental implants. That’s why we provide onsite sedation dentistry options including safe, reliable IV sedation. Both of our oral surgeons are trained and certified to administer IV sedation. Plus, our surgical assistants have received certification as anesthesia assistants. Relax—there’s no need to let worries get in the way of optimum oral health.Contact Us!
Meet the Doctors!
Aaron Vickers, DDS, MD
Dr. Vickers believes in the power of education, which is why he extended his schooling to obtain his MD in addition to his DDS degree. Though he’s passionate about all oral surgery treatments, he’s especially interested in dental implant placement and bone grafting. To stay on top of the latest advancements in dentistry, Dr. Vickers attends training whenever possible so he can apply it in his practice for the benefit of patients.
Tamir D. Anver, DDS, MD
Like his colleague Dr. Vickers, Dr. Anver received both his DDS and MD degrees to set himself apart from other dental practitioners. When working with patients, he concentrates on making their experiences as comfortable and successful as possible. Dr. Anver’s professional interests include performing all types of tooth extractions, administering IV anesthesia, and placing dental implants. He’s also interested in helping individuals address TMJ disorder and related conditions.
Benefits of Dental Implants:
Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants:
The implant part of a dental implant (the part that is placed into the jawbone) should last a lifetime. The restoration (the tooth crown, bridge, or over-denture) will need to be replaced about every 10-15 years.
The process to receive dental implants is quite comfortable when you partner with our oral surgeons. We rely on the latest advancements to ensure that you feel no pain during surgery and enjoy a quick healing process.
The cost to receive dental implants will vary depending upon a number of factors. These include whether you need other ancillary treatments such as extractions or bone grafting. Plus, your dental or healthcare insurance may pay for part of your procedure. When you come for your consultation, we can talk to you about many different financial arrangements so you can afford dental implants.
Most adults with one missing tooth or many missing teeth can receive dental implants. However, you may not be an immediate candidate for the procedure. Bone loss, untreated gum disease, and other issues may make it necessary for you to receive other treatments prior to receiving dental implants. At your initial examination, we will let you know whether you are a candidate right away.
Even people with severe bone loss can receive dental implants. They will just require extra care in the form of a bone grafting or sinus lift procedure.
Our dental implant success rate is very high thanks to our step-by-step process. You can reduce the chance of any problems after dental implant surgery by following the post-surgical instructions you receive and letting us know about any issues as soon as they occur.
It can take several months for your mouth to fully heal from a dental implant placement surgery. However, you will be able to use your restoration very soon after the day you receive your implants. This allows you to eat and speak naturally, as well as feel good about the way you look in person and in pictures.
Our Patients Tell The Story Best!
"Missing Teeth Made Eating Difficult, it was Time for All on 4 Dental Implants"
Sherie - All-on-4 Dental Implants Patient
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