Dental Implants in Houston, TX

Dental Implants in Houston, TX

If you often feel self-conscience over your missing teeth, then dental implants may be the solution for you. Dental implants help to get to the ‘root’ of the problem and change your smile. Our dentists at West Road Dental in Houston, TX offer high-quality dental implants. Read on to learn how dental implants can change your smile for the better!

Dental Implant Services

We recommend dental implants for patients to replace their missing teeth. Dental implants also help to improve bite problems due to shifting teeth. They are also a more permanent solution for dentures and partials. Patients don’t need to worry about slipping or breaking dentures.

How Are Dental Implants Placed?

Dental implants have a foundation all the way to your teeth’s roots. Your dentist will need to surgically place the dental implants. After your dentist attaches the implant to your jaw bone, they will then place an artificial tooth where your missing tooth once was. Your new tooth will look and feel as natural as your own tooth. At times, dentures are secured with dental implants for a better foundation. Once your dentist completes the procedure, it may take up to six months for your mouth to properly heal.

With proper care and keeping a routine, your new dental implants can last you a lifetime. If you are interested in a dental implant consultation, then contact your dentist at West Road Dental today! Don’t hesitate any longer to improve your confidence and smile; you deserve to let your smile shine!

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Dr. Kenneth Lepow

A native Houstonian, Dr. Lepow entered the University of Texas Dental Branch at the age of 19. Understanding that cosmetic dentistry is constantly evolving, Dr. Lepow considers himself a lifetime student and educator. His relentless study and accomplishments in cosmetic dentistry, occlusion and TMJ function have added an extraordinary passion for dentistry.

Dr. Kenneth Lepow