When teeth are missing, there are several options available to replace them. A removable partial denture, a complete denture, or a fixed dental bridge have been standard choices to replace absent teeth for many years. However, dental implants have become the gold standard for permanent tooth replacement today and are the most popular choice by dentists and patients alike.
Comprehensive Family Dental can do implant placement and restoration right here in our Victoria office. We have in-office IV sedation available for your comfort and convenience, and you’ll wake up with implants in place–with no need to travel outside the Crossroads area to get a secure new smile!
The dental implant is made of biocompatible titanium and essentially regenerates an artificial tooth root where the natural root used to be. Once an implant post is placed, we cement a customized, color-matched porcelain or composite crown to the post. It looks, feels, and functions just like a natural tooth, is cared for like a natural tooth, and brings back your ability to chew, laugh, and smile without worry. With good care and some luck, your implant restoration should last for a lifetime!
Dental implants can also be used to stabilize existing dentures or to support a beautiful new set. The top of the implant has an attachment that snaps into the dental implant denture, which greatly improves the stability of the denture, allowing patients to talk and chew much more efficiently and without worry. To learn more about implant-supported dentures, please visit our implant-supported dentures page. If you would like to schedule a consultation for implant-supported dentures, please contact us today!
Our office is conveniently located off East Mockingbird Lane, between John Stockbauer Rd., and Sam Houston Dr.
110 Professional Park Dr.
Victoria, TX 77904
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To Our Patient Families:
We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation through numerous agencies including the Federal and State Governments, the Centers for Disease Control, the American Dental Association and our Texas State Board of Dental Examiners. Starting March 23, 2020 Comprehensive Family Dental will shift our focus to Emergency Dental Care (toothaches, abscesses, fractured teeth, swelling, etc…).