Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston: Frequently Asked Questions, PART 4

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					          Dental Implant Surgeon in
          Houston: Frequently Asked
              Questions, PART 4
  This article, part 4 of 4, answers the questions frequently asked about dental implants as a
                           solution to single and multiple missing teeth.

In this, the final installment of a four-part FAQ article series on implant dentistry, qualified and
experienced dental implant surgeon in Houston, Dr. Wayne Brueggen, will be answering some final
questions relating to post-operative care and the cost of oral rehabilitation.

Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston, FAQ # 10:

How do I look after my new tooth or teeth?
Once a Houston dental implant has successfully healed in place, it is cared for and cleaned just like
the rest of your natural adult teeth. Forget about the need for special cleaning products and
expensive technology, says the dental implant surgeon in Houston. It only takes regular and
thorough brushing and flossing to keep your new teeth in great condition. Other advice from dental
implant surgeon in Houston, Dr. Wayne Brueggen, is to avoid bad habits that may compromise the
longevity of your teeth and your dental implants, such as smoking or excessive alcohol
consumption. Also, a balanced diet and plenty of water will ensure that both your oral and general
health benefit from proper nutrition and hydration.

Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston, FAQ # 11:

Can I resume eating all the foods I like with Houston dental implants?

Traditional Houston dental implant products require a period of healing before patients can resume
a normal diet. This is to allow for the titanium fixture of the implant to biologically bond with the
underlying jaw bone tissue; a process termed ‘osseointegration’. But, according to the dental
implant surgeon in Houston, newer implant technologies are ‘immediately loadable’; in other
words, once placed, they are immediately able to support a bite force. As such, patients are allowed
to return home on the day of the procedure and enjoy a light meal!




It is generally advised by experienced dental implant surgeon in Houston, Dr. Wayne Brueggen, that
patients avoid eating any hard, chewy or crunchy foods in the weeks and months following surgery,
as this may compromise the delicate bonds being formed between the titanium screw of the
implant and the supporting bone tissue. Once properly healed, however, Houston dental implants
enable patients to eat all the foods they like without exception and without fear of causing any
damage to their teeth replacement technology.

Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston, FAQ # 12:

What can I expect Houston dental implants to cost?

Owing to the skills and resources that go into their manufacturing, as well as the efforts of the
professionals that place them, Houston dental implants are not the least expensive of all the tooth
replacement technologies on the market. They are, however, the best and their long-term benefits
far outweigh their initial price tag, says the dental implant surgeon in Houston. In fact, fewer
complications and a much greater durability makes Houston dental implants a far smarter
investment than traditional technologies, such as dental bridges and removable dentures.

In terms of what a patient can expect this price tag to be, well, that depends heavily upon their
unique case. As such, an accurate quote can only really be provided subsequent to a thorough
clinical examination by a skilled and experienced dental implant surgeon in Houston, such as Dr.
Wayne Brueggen. The cost also depends upon how many teeth require replacing and what kind of
procedure is recommended to you for smile restoration or oral rehabilitation.

Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston, FAQ # 13:

Does medical insurance cover the costs of Houston dental implants?

Unfortunately, most medical insurance providers still view the replacement of failing or missing
teeth using implants as an elective procedure, says dental implant surgeon in Houston, Dr.
Brueggen. However, because the team at the Brueggen Dental Implant Center believes that a
concern for finances should never get in the way of a patient and their beautiful smile, we not only
offer highly competitive prices (as well as leading services in the field of dental implantology and
fixed oral rehabilitation), but also financing for up to six months interest-free, which can be
arranged through one of our finance counselors.




If you have any further questions or would like to arrange your initial consultation with dental
implant surgeon in Houston, Dr. Wayne Brueggen, please contact the Brueggen Dental Implant
Center or leave your details with us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

				
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Description: This article, part 4 of 4, answers the questions frequently asked about dental implants as a solution to single and multiple missing teeth.