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...
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.
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.
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.
See How Dental Implants Work
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.
Why Choose Dr. José Montoya for Your Implants?
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.
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.
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.View On Google
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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
Dental implant-supported restorations look like your natural teeth. And because they fuse with the jawbone, they feel as stable as natural teeth.
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 tooth with an implant-supported crown can improve enunciation.
Whether it's one tooth or many, missing teeth can be embarrassing. By filling in the gaps, dental implants restore your smile and help restore your confidence.
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.
Retain Dental Tissue
A traditional dental bridge requires adjacent teeth to be dramatically reshaped so that they can provide support. Dental implant-supported restorations don't!
Where Do I Start? CALL FOR A CONSULTATION
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.
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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, 5-Star Google Review
The Parts of a Dental Implant
What to Expect During Treatment
Candidates for dental implants must have healthy gums, remaining teeth that are free of tooth decay or other issues, and adequate bone tissue in the jaw to support the devices. If you have oral health issues, or if you have experienced some bone atrophy due to having waited to address lost teeth, these issues must be resolved before undergoing surgery.
Once Dr. Montoya determines that you are ready to receive implants, the process involves:
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