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Implants & Dentures

Missing teeth? Implants or dentures may be the perfect solution. When you get a consultation, we will help explain your options and make a recommendation that's unique to you.

Implants

A dental implant is a great long-term solution to replace a missing tooth. An implant is a small titanium post that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. Dental implants naturally fuse with bone and become a solid anchor for the restorations that your dentist will eventually place on top to make the implant look like a real tooth. Dental implants can be used to replace one tooth, multiple teeth or your entire smile. Implants don't have to be expensive. We offer low cost dental implants as low as $998, plus flexible payment options. Ask us about it.

Dentures

Dentures are a fantastic option if you need to replace missing teeth. We can help you get a beautiful, natural-looking smile. We offer a full suite of denture solutions, including implant supported dentures, conventional dentures, overdentures, and immediate dentures.  If you're unsure which treatment may be right for you, schedule a consultation and we will help you decide the best option for you. Plus, we offer flexible payment options to make dentures an affordable option to replace missing teeth.

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How Do Implants Work? 

Dental implants are complex procedures, and each person's situation is unique. Watch this video to learn more about how implants work.

Life With Implants & Dentures

We love watching our patients enjoy their new smiles when they complete a dentures or implants treatment. So much so, we give all our patients who complete an implants or dentures treatment a brand new, high-tech toothbrush to celebrate and help ensure a successful treatment.

Oral-B's Genius rechargeable electric toothbrush is complete with bluetooth technology, so you can get the most out of your brushing experience.

Did you know? Implants should be brushed regularly (just like real teeth) to maintain the health of the tissue around the implant and to give your treatment the best chance for success. Brushing and cleaning your implant is the number one way to make sure your treatment is successful. That's why we give you an Oral-B Genius, because your treatment's success is always our goal.

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Meet The Dentist

Dr. Justin Moody

Justin D. Moody, DDS, DABOI is a Board Certified Implant Specialist as well as an internationally known dentist, entrepreneur, instructor and speaker in the fields of technology and implantology. Having graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1997 Dr. Moody owns and oversees our practices in Texas and is the founder of Implant Pathway a leading provider for dental implant education.

Dr. Justin Moody

Head of Implantology and Texas Practice Owner

Justin D. Moody, DDS, DABOI is a Board Certified Implant Specialist as well as an internationally known dentist, entrepreneur, instructor and speaker in the fields of technology and implantology. Having graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1997 Dr. Moody owns and oversees our practices in Texas and is the founder of Implant Pathway a leading provider for dental implant education.

Dr. Justin Moody

Head of Implantology and Texas Practice Owner

What Our Patients Say

Excellent Care

The staff are the most friendly, attentive, and always smiling. Couldn't be happier with my upper dentures, he did an AMAZING JOB. Can't wait for them to do my lowers.

-Jolane

WOW

Dr. Stratman has once again given 100%. WOW factor with his work.

-Jennifer

I'm So Happy

I'm so happy with my dentures... I can smile for my wife and kids again without being self conscious about it!

-Paul

I Love Them

I wear dentures. Bets set of teeth I ever had made. I love them.

-Norma
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Frequently Asked Dental Implant Questions

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are replacements for missing teeth and are the standard care for tooth replacement . They integrate with the bone to provide support for crowns and dentures along with other options.

Am I a candidate for dental implants?

Dental implants can be placed in most adults who are missing one or more teeth. The best way to make sure you're a candidate for dental implants is to schedule a consultation with one of our experts.

How do I care for my implants?

Home care for your implants consists of brushing and flossing. One of the most important factors in the long-term health of implants are regular dental visits and cleanings. Same Day Dental offer both of the services at a price that is convenient for you.

What could happen if I don't seek treatment?

There are many possibilities for what could occur if you do not seek treatment. One possibility is that your jawbone can begin to shrink from lack of stimulation. Losing your teeth will affect your smile and change the shape of your face, causing you to look prematurely aged.

Are dental implants covered by my insurance?

Insurance policies can vary when it comes to covering dental implants and restorative dental options, but we never want you to forgo care if money is the issue. With this in mind, we have helpful financing options like CareCredit and Proceed

Are dental implants painful?

No, dental implants are typically placed under local anesthesia. Our experts, Dr. Stratman and Dr. Moody, have placed thousands of implants. Your comfort is a main priority for them in every procedure.

What is the success rate of dental implants?

At Same Day Dental, we use BioHorizons implants. They are premium, made in the U.S.A. implants. BioHorizons report an extremely high average success rate of 99.2%.

How soon can I return to work after treatment?

In most cases, you can return to work the next day, unless otherwise instructed by one of our clinicians.

How long can implants last?

If cared for properly, Implants can last many years.

How long does it take to place dental implants?

The treatment can vary based on the number of implants placed, but it can be done in as little as 30 to 60 minutes over two to three appointments.

When will I receive my new teeth?

Treatment time can vary from patient to patient. Typically, you will have some type of temporary teeth until your implants integrate with the bone. One of our expert clinicians can provide a time estimate based on your treatment needs.