Healthy new teeth fixed in your mouth

Dental Implants in Texas

Expert implant design and placement

Prosthodontists are trained to look at implants comprehensively. We design the entire dental case—tooth shape, placement, function, and color—well before the procedure. The upfront work we do helps ensure your:

  • Surgery goes smoothly
  • Implants look and feel better
  • Implant placement is compatible with your teeth

Implant treatment or dentures?

When looking at your options for restoring your teeth, you may consider getting implants or dentures. Medical factors like mouth structure and bone density, as well as lifestyle factors like convenience and budget, are considerations we’ll discuss during the consultation to determine your optimal treatment. Here’s what you can expect from either procedure:


  • Permanent teeth anchored in your jawbone
  • Bite and position refined with surgical accuracy
  • Stable and secure
  • Brush and clean similar to natural teeth
  • Made of high-quality biocompatible materials


  • Non-surgical option for replacement
  • Full or partial options
  • Removable set of teeth
  • Require daily removal and cleaning
  • Made of high-quality biocompatible materials

Getting dental implants

Prosthodontics of Texas guides your implant treatment in a collaborative, supportive manner to ensure the best outcome and your comfort along the way.

Healthier Smiles

From living without pain to flashing a healthy smile, nothing is more rewarding than seeing our patient’s transitions. You look great!

Frequently Asked Questions

Our prosthodontists partner with oral surgeons to evaluate each case and determine if there is adequate bone to place a dental implant. If so, you may be a good candidate for this treatment.

Yes. We offer a variety of different implant treatments including those with removeable options. We will discuss them with you and recommend the design that would be the most successful for you.
Guided implants use a technology that allows our prosthodontists to see the structures of the jaw, teeth, and surrounding tissue. This helps ensure precise placement of the implant and minimizes the risk of complications.