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Dental Implants

Missing teeth are a problem you are reminded of all day long: When you eat, when you brush your teeth, and when you smile.

Let Dr. José Montoya at My Mouth Dental in Rowlett, TX, put those issues behind you with dental implants.

For the right patients, Dr. Montoya considers dental implants the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. Find out why...

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Life-Changing Benefits

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A Long-Lasting Solution

Dental implants can last 40 years or longer. The crown, bridge, or dentures attached to the implants will eventually need to be replaced, but the implants (which act as prosthetic tooth roots) can stay in place for decades with the proper care.

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Jawbone Retention

When a tooth is lost, the bone tissue no longer receives stimulation from the tooth root. As a result, the jaw will begin to shrink and change shape. A dental implant stimulates the jawbone, which keeps it healthy and strong. 

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Restored Function

The dental implant will permanently fuse with the bone tissue in your jaw. One or more implants create a solid foundation for replacement teeth that will not allow them to shift or slip out of place. You can chew and speak with total confidence.

What are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth root made out of titanium. It is implanted in the bone tissue of your jaw, where it becomes permanently fused in order to provide the ultimate stability for your restorations.

The restoration is connected to dental implants using abutments, which are small connector devices. Implants can be used in conjunction with a dental crown, a bridge, or a full set of dentures

Dr. José Montoya is a dentist who uses advanced technology for placing dental implants and uses only the highest-quality materials at My Mouth Dental in Rowlett.

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Why Choose Dr. José Montoya for Your Implants?

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In addition to his training and education in biology and dental surgery, Dr. Montoya completed a six-month dental implant preceptorship at the University of Texas at San Antonio to immerse himself in the finer details of implant dentistry. He has been placing implants for more than a decade.

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Dr. Montoya employs a 3D scanner and advanced computer software to guide precise implant surgeries at My Mouth Dental in Rowlett. In addition to making the surgery safer and more accurate, guided implant surgery allows for shorter operating times and smaller incisions.

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High-Quality Implants

Not all dental implants are of equal quality. To ensure the best outcome, Dr. Montoya uses only premium implants that have a long and proven track record. You can expect that your dental implant will not only be placed with exceptional precision, but also built to last decades and provide invaluable benefits.

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I’ve been coming here for a little over 4 years and I absolutely love this place. Shalena the dental hygienists always remembers all the small details that matter to me. Dr. Montoya is very thorough and he always has a smile! He makes you feel comfortable and explains everything in detail.

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OMGGG! Everyone all the way to the doctor was very sweet AND INFORMATIVE! They gave me a great dental treatment plan which I will follow through with. With their help i know my teeth will be whiter and straighter!

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Book Your Consultation Today!

Are the simple joys of sharing a smile or enjoying a meal passing you by? Does the state of your smile seem hopeless?

Dr. José Montoya at My Mouth Dental in Rowlett is committed to helping patients live a fuller life by taking advantage of the latest in dentistry. Patients can experience unique benefits by choosing My Mouth Dental:

  • As a patient-centered practice, the dentist will walk you through your options for restoring function and beauty to your smile so you can make an educated choice.
  • If pain concerns you, today's anesthetics are highly effective at making patients comfortable. However, if you are still anxious, we also offer a range of sedation options such as nitrous oxide (sometimes called “laughing gas”) and deeper sedation administered by an anesthesiologist.
  • We are sensitive to cost, just like you. We accept and are in-network with a number of insurance plans. We also offer our own Dental Wellness Plan and financing through CareCredit to make our dentistry services affordable. 

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Dental Implants Give You A Reason to Smile

Bring Back Your Smile

The high-quality dental implant-supported restorations used by our Rowlett, TX, practice look like your natural teeth. And because they fuse with the jawbone, they feel just as stable as natural teeth as well.

Speak Clearly

Dentures can slip in your mouth, causing you to mumble or slur your words. Dental implants will lock dentures in place, allowing you to speak clearly without worry. Even replacing a single missing tooth with an implant-supported crown can improve enunciation.

Be Confident

Whether it's one tooth or many, missing teeth can be embarrassing and impact your self-esteem. By filling in the gaps, dental implants can not only restore your smile, but help restore your confidence as well. 

Enjoy Meals Again

Traditional dentures can slip and make chewing difficult. Because a dental implant is fused with the jawbone, it won't allow your denture to move, which gives you the freedom to eat any foods you wish, from caramel apples to rare steaks. 

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Retain Dental Tissue

A traditional dental bridge requires adjacent teeth to be dramatically reshaped so that they can provide support for the artificial teeth. Dental implant-supported restorations don't! Your healthy teeth will stay intact.

Dental Implants Can Keep You Smiling for Years to Come

Implants Are a Versatile Solution

Implants can support a range of restorations. Whether you're missing just one tooth or all of them, implants can give you a full, natural-looking smile. 
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Single Tooth

A single missing tooth can be restored with an implant-supported crown to fill the gap. 

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Multiple Teeth

An implant-supported bridge can replace a row of missing teeth, using an implant at each end. 

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Full Dental Arch

Those missing all of their upper or lower teeth can restore them with an implant-supported denture.


Scheduling a consultation with a qualified dentist is the first step to restoring your beautiful smile.

Dr. José Montoya at My Mouth Dental in Rowlett has advanced training in dental implants and has been successfully placing implants for more than 10 years. 

He uses the latest technology to assess your mouth, starting with a 3D imaging scanner to create a three-dimensional view of your teeth, the soft tissues, nerves, and the bone structure of your bite.

This data, in combination with sophisticated computer software, allows Dr. Montoya to pre-plan the surgery and create the precise surgical guides that allow for the highest level of precision and control when placing your dental implants.

Do you have questions? Request a consultation online or call:


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Dr. Montoya is absolutely the best Dentist I've ever had. Very personable and genuinely cares for his patients. He has gone the extra mile for me on more than one occassion. Jeff Creamer, 2020, 5-Star Review

The Parts of a Dental Implant

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What to Expect During Treatment

Once Dr. Montoya determines that you are ready to receive implants, the process involves:


Small incisions will be made in your gums so the titanium implant can be surgically placed. 
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Healing Period

You will need from four to six months to allow the bone to fuse with the implants. 

Abutment Placement

An abutment (a small connector piece) will be attached to the implant. This will require incising the gums and suturing them in a way that leaves the abutment accessible above the gumline.

Second Healing Period

A shorter healing period of about two weeks takes place to allow the gums to heal around the abutment.


Your crown, bridge, or denture is attached to your implants to replace each missing tooth.

Advantages of Guided Implant Surgery

Dr. Montoya's use of advanced technology at his Rowlett practice allows for precise placement of implants and greater patient comfort. In addition to 3D scans of your mouth, he uses sophisticated computer software to create a guided implant surgery plan.

The advantages of guided implant surgery include:

  • Accurate, safer, and more efficient surgery  
  • Shorter healing time  
  • Smaller incisions with less bleeding and discomfort
  • Bone grafts, if needed, can be minimized
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Nervous About Implant Placement? Don't Be We Offer Calming Sedation Dentistry

Many patients put off dental treatment because they fear the dentist's office. While we strive to provide a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, for patients with anxiety around dental care we also offer calming sedation. We offer several forms of sedation:

  • Nitrous oxide, which creates a relaxed feeling that quickly subsides after treatment
  • Oral conscious sedation, a liquid sedative taken on-site to induce relaxation
  • Intravenous (IV) sedation, administered by an anesthesiologist
  • General anesthesia, administered in a hospital setting to make a patient completely unconscious

"I am now using this practice for my entire family."


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I had an "emergency" and needed to be seen last minute. The team here made it possible for me to be seen same day, provided me with the referrals I needed to the places they trust, and everyone provided an AMAZING experience! I enjoyed my experience so much that I am now using this practice for my entire family :)

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Brian & Tiffany Batiste


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Professional, clean, informative, and Dr. Ramsey and her staff is the BEST. I wouldn’t go any other place. My son has been a patient for 8 years. Under Dr. Ramsay’s care; he actually loves going to the dentist. She is THE BEST!!! Check her out and I promise you won’t be disappointed

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Don't Want to Go Without Teeth? You Don't Have To We Offer Teeth in a Day

Dental implants take months to fully integrate with your jawbone, but that doesn't mean you're stuck without teeth while your mouth heals. Our Rowlett practice proudly offers Teeth in a Day®.

With this procedure, remaining teeth are extracted, titanium implants placed, and temporary restorations are attached all in a single appointment. Once your implants have healed, your final custom implant-supported denture will be placed. 

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Who Qualifies for Dental Implants?

Your dentist will determine if you qualify for dental implants during a consultation at our Rowlett office. If the procedure is not a good match for you currently, there are many treatments that can help restore your candidacy for this dentistry option. Good candidates for dental implants have:

A Strong Jawbone

Dental implants rely on the jawbone for support. If your jaw is too weak, your implants are at risk of failure. Unfortunately, because tooth roots provide the stimulation that keeps a jawbone strong, many patients with missing teeth have experienced too much bone recession to qualify for implants. Thankfully, a bone graft or sinus lift can restore your candidacy. 

Good Health

Patients must be healthy enough for surgery. Certain conditions, such as uncontrolled diabetes or heart disease, may make oral surgery too risky. In addition, your oral health must be free of disease or decay. Because implants are supported by the gums, patients with gum disease will need periodontal treatments to restore their oral health prior to implant placement. 

No Smoking Habit

Smokers must kick the habit at least several weeks before placement surgery, and ideally longer. Nicotine hinders the body's ability to heal, and may also impact the osseointegration process that anchors your implants to your jawbone. In addition, smoking can burn the oral tissues and damage your salivary glands, leading to a dry mouth and potentially to gum disease. 

Caring for Your Implants

Good news! Dental implants can be cared for just like natural teeth: you won't need to worry about soaking dentures or removing dental adhesive. Follow these tips to keep your implant-supported restorations in top shape:

  • Brush twice a day using a soft-bristled brush and low-abrasive toothpaste, to avoid scratching the restoration.
  • Floss daily. Using an interdental brush, floss threader, or water flosser can help clean hard-to-reach areas.
  • Visit your dentist twice a year for thorough cleanings and so your dentist can check for any potential problems.

How Much Do Implants Cost?

Dental implants costs are unique to each patient. Costs vary greatly depending on the type of restoration, the materials used, and if preparatory procedures such as a bone graft are needed. Insurance does not typically cover dental implants, though it may contribute to the cost of the restorations. To help keep treatment accessible to all our patients, we offer CareCredit® financing that breaks payments down into manageable monthly installments. 

The best way to learn about treatment costs for your needs is via a consultation at our Rowlett, TX, practice.

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Have Questions About Dental Implants? Get Answers at a Consultation

Every patient's situation is unique. Maybe you're missing just one tooth, or maybe it's a whole arch. Do you need preparatory bone grafting, or can you dive right in to implant placement? Is the Teeth in a Day option right for you? 

If you're curious to learn what dental implants could do for your smile, the best way to find out is through a consultation at our Rowlett, TX, practice. Dr. Montoya will assess your oral health, determine the best treatments, and discuss your options so you are able to make informed decisions on restoring your smile. 

To request your consultation, contact our Rowlett office or call:

(972) 412-5064

"I highly recommend My Mouth Dental!"


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I’ve been at this dentist for years and they’re always so good to us!! The dental hygienists are all so kind and I love how they treat everyone like family. I don’t love the dentist but the staff here makes it feel like less of a chore! They seem to be really careful with cleaning after each patient and it always seems to be clean in here. What really makes this place stand out though is the staff, they are all so wonderful and kind! I genuinely cannot say enough about how much I love the staff here. Overall this is just such a nice place and I would recommend to anyone

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My child has a disability and by looking at her most people would not know that. She knows she has too take care of teeth, but doesn’t understand to the degree she needs to go. Unfortunately she comes from a hereditary family of horrible teeth. The staff is wonderful. They really do care and only won’t the best for there patients. I’m grateful my child has know problem going. A special thank you to Amy who sets up there appointments. She goes above and beyond to accommodate you to fit your needs. If there is an appointment to be found, she can do it. So thank you Amy they are very lucky to have you with your dedication that you have. :) I highly recommend My Mouth Dental !!!

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At My Mouth Dental/My Kidz Mouth Dental, we are committed to providing the very highest standard of care for patients of all ages. Drs. José Montoya, and Ashley Ramsey provide a range of services and are affiliated with the:

  • American Dental Association
  • American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
  • College of Diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry

Are you ready to achieve excellent oral health? Reach out to our practice by requesting a consultation online or calling us at (972) 412-5064.

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