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Explore Dental,
14179 Northwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77040

Dental Implants

Dental Implants in Houston, Texas

Invisalign in Houston, Texas

Are you missing a single tooth, or several teeth? Failing to replace your teeth can result in a number of negative consequences, no matter what your age! If you are looking for an effective tooth replacement solution, then you should consider dental implants.
In Houston, TX, Explore Dental offers patients the opportunity to invest in this worthwhile replacement opportunity. Our teeth implants guarantee to be strong enough for everyday oral functions, and continue looking great for years to come!


Why You Need Teeth Implants

Whether unexpected trauma or advanced decay is to blame for your missing teeth, you can depend on us for a replacement that is both affordable and effective. Our team of professionals is committed to providing quality dental work and personal patient services, all at reasonable rates. We'll work with your budget and your needs in order to ensure your satisfaction. We recommend these implants for so many of our patients because of their ability to do all of the following and more:

  • Restore Appearance of Smile
  • Enhance Oral Functioning
  • Improve Speech & Talking
  • Keep Teeth from Shifting
  • Make Biting or Chewing Easier
  • Protect Gums from Decay & Disease


Invisalign in Houston, Texas

Benefits of Invisalign Braces

What to Expect from the Dental Implant Procedure. Explore Dental stays updated on the latest developments in dentistry to ensure our patients get strong, durable and natural tooth replacement. You can feel confident that we use innovative techniques and leading equipment to make you feel comfortable before, during and after invasive work like the dental implant procedure. During this procedure, you can expect our dentist to perform all of the following processes with speed and skill:

  • Thoroughly Cleaning & Preparing the Gum Site
  • Carefully Placing Implant Base in the Gums
  • Allowing Implant to Form a Bond with the Jaw Bone
  • Attaching the Artificial Tooth, or Pontic, on the Implant Base
  • Placing a Dental Crown on Top of the Tooth for Added Strength