Dental Implants in Kyle, TX

Said to be the most revolutionary advancement in restorative dental treatment, dental implants provide a way for adults to replace their teeth permanently. If you are considering dental implants as a tooth replacement option, Kyle Parkway Dentistry has a team of experienced Dental implant Specialists for a complete and healthy smile.

Dental Implant Services

 

Dental implants have become a more popular option for those wishing to replace missing teeth, yet not all dentists have the specific training, knowledge, experience and expertise to perform this detailed surgical procedure.

One stop Implant clinic: Most dentist are either trained to place implants or to restore implants and so patients ends up going different places to get one implant.

3D Dental xrays (CBCT)

CBCT is 3D images of the mouth and jaw that can be manipulated to better plan for implant placement. We have invested in this technology to better serve our patients, and provide the peace of mind that our treatment plans are based on the most comprehensive information we can have using latest technology out there! They allow us to know more about your anatomy during the planning phase, so that we can perform less invasive procedures.

CBCT in Kyle, Buda TX

 

 

 

At Kyle Parkway Dentistry, our dentists have extensive training in implants after finishing dental school, and we are experienced in surgical placement as well as restoring implants! We proudly offers our specializations in implant dentistry to those who are looking for excellence in implant dentistry. We provide implant services ranging from replacement of single implant to All-on-4 implant replacement of all teeth by our implant Specialists.

Dental implants provide a permanent option to beautifully complete your smile so that it functions properly and lasts a lifetime.

 

 

Schedule your implant consult Online

 

 

Who can benefit?

Dental implants can be a smart choice for adults of all ages, whether you were born without a tooth or have had to have teeth removed due to injury, infection or decay. They can also be an option for adolescents, once facial growth and development has been completed. Generally, this occurs around age 16 for girls and age 18 for boys.

The advantages

Here are four important advantages of dental implants, compared to alternatives such as dentures and bridges:

  1. You’ll look and feel great. Dental implants feel, look, fit and function like healthy, natural teeth. They’re so comfortable you don’t have to think about them. You brush and floss them just like you do your natural teeth – no need to remove them for cleaning. They also help you retain your natural face shape and smile.
  2. They’re built to last. Dental implants that are properly cared for can last many decades. Many other options, including certain types of dental bridges and dentures, may need to be replaced as often as every 5 to 10 years, requiring a more significant investment of time and money.
  3. You can live life with confidence. Your dental implants will be secure, so they won’t slip or click when you talk, eat or laugh. You’ll also find that your speech is more natural. With dental implants, you’ll have the peace of mind to eat what you love, say what you want to say, be as active as you want and smile broadly.
  4. They protect facial bone and healthy teeth. Leaving empty spaces in your mouth after losing one or more teeth can lead to health issues such as jawbone deterioration. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that actually helps stimulate bone growth and prevent bone loss. Getting dental implants as soon as possible after losing a tooth helps prevent bone loss at the site. Also, dental implants don’t require grinding down adjacent teeth to anchor bridges or attach partial dentures.

 

Pricing facts and figures

 

You might be surprised how affordable dental implants are compared to other tooth replacement options, especially when you take into account long-term cost effectiveness and quality of life.

Think about it: most people use their teeth 3 times a day to chew their diet, multiply that by 365 days, multiple that by number of years before you die! Assuming you still got at least 20 years to leave that number might be more than 20000 meals that you going to get from these implants!

This is counting just functional benefits of it and not even considering added benefits of self-confidence you get, since you can chew food better, your digestive system improves as well. Again, it’s hard to put a price tag on these kind of benefits.

The total cost depends on several different factors, including how many teeth need replacing and where they’re located, the number and type of implants, and whether any additional procedures are necessary to prepare your mouth for the implants.

Since dental implant treatments are customized for your specific needs, the costs vary accordingly. An evaluation by an experienced dental implant expert is the best way to ensure that you are getting an accurate cost estimate for quality work.

If you see ads for dental implants with low prices that seem too good to be true – well, you know what they say. And if someone quotes you a price for dental implants without examining you, be wary.

Insurance coverage and payment options

Most insurances have annual maximum set at $1000-$1500 since 1970’s! which limits insurance benefits towards implants. Implants usually starts from $3000/tooth and fees go up depending on complexity of case. 

Recognizing the long-term benefits of dental implants over other tooth replacement options, an increasing number of insurance companies have started to provide at least some coverage. If your company does not offer this coverage, ask them if you can receive an allowance toward implants that is equal to the cost of a bridge or traditional dentures.

Most of our patients either pay all fees up front or take advantages of our four months payment plans or apply for Care-Credit to take advantage of longer payment plans. 

 

The true cost of alternatives

 

Affordable-Time_Labels

 

 

 

At first glance, dentures or removable bridges can appear much less expensive than dental implants, given their lower upfront costs. However, the full cost – both financial and emotional – of these options can run much higher than dental implants, for several reasons:

  • Initial costs vs. total costs. The initial price you pay doesn’t include the cost of replacing your dentures or bridges, which may be necessary as often as every 5 to 15 years. It also doesn’t include the ongoing maintenance costs, such as fixatives and adhesives.
  • The convenience costs. Unlike your natural teeth or dental implants, you need to remove your dentures to soak and brush them, which can be a time-consuming hassle.
  • The health costs. Without a tooth or implant, your jawbone will begin to deteriorate, which can change your facial appearance.
  • The social costs. Dentures can slip or click when you chew, laugh, talk or kiss.

From a purely financial perspective, dental implants are cost-competitive with other tooth replacement options over the long term. And when you also factor in quality of life and long-term oral health, dental implants clearly rank as the higher-value alternative.

(Source: American Academy of Implant Dentistry)

 

 

Schedule your implant consult Online

 

New Patient Special Coupon

New to Our Dental Practice?

We can’t wait to get to know you! To speed up your first visit to Kyle Parkway Dentistry you can complete our new patient forms in advance. As a new patient, you’re also invited to take advantage of one of our special new patient offers.

See What Our Patients Are Saying

  • I honestly NEVER write reviews, but I was compelled to write this one because I feel that Dr. Dholariya and his entire staff deserve this review and your business. From the moment I scheduled my appointment until the moment I walked out of the office, the staff were all very polite, attentive and most importantly their goal was to address anything that I was concerned about with my dental health. I hadn’t had my teeth cleaned in a couple of years and I was concerned that I may have a few cavities (I did) and I had some sensitivity in my mouth. The hygienist Paul and Dr. Dholariya were very thorough and gentle. I had no pain in the sensitive areas while my teeth were being cleaned and examined. I must also note that they have all the latest technology to ensure they catch all the cavities that they can not with X-rays and a manual exam!! I was really impressed and will definitely be back. If you are hesitant to see a dentist because of pain or fear, you have to go to this office. They will take care of you!

    Sarah K.
  • I have been receiving care here for a few years now and really am pleased with every aspect of this office. My last visit was just as pleasant as ever, if not more. I know dental work can be hard for some to receive and for me it’s the local anesthetic (mouth shot). The assistant helping (Macy?) during my appointment was kind enough to rub my arm as a distraction. It was very comforting and did well to take my attention off the shots going into my mouth! Sweet people throughout the office, love you guys!!!

    Alexa M.
  • I got my wisdom teeth pulled today. I decided to just have numbing injections instead of sedation. The staff was professional, super friendly and answered all my questions. Dr. Jake H. Duong did a great job as a surgeon. He pulled both of my teeth in just a couple of minutes, although one of them was impacted.
    I had a good experience today and can totally recommend this dentistry!

    Jutta V.
  • Very modern and clean! All of the staff were very accommodating and friendly!

    Melanie M.
  • Always a pleasant experience.

    Justin N.
  • me encantan son muy amables💙💙💙💙💙

    Huerfana T.
  • Easy check in and paperwork, from beginning to end great service! Plus it is such a nice facility.

    Tracie P.
  • Love, love, LOVE this dentist office! The staff are all so friendly and helpful. Dr. McConnel is attentive and very good about talking about your needs. Everyone focuses on making sure their patients are comfortable, which I find to be refreshing (and important) when it comes to a dentist office.

    Shelby P.
  • I’ve never felt more comfortable in an dentist office before! They are absolutely pleasant, very gentle with folks with anxiety issues related to dentists! They’re affordable and even offer payment plans with or without a credit check. Should’ve went to them a long time ago

    Tay J.
  • Very good experience overall.

    Chen X.
  • The dentist has never been my favorite place to go, but if I have to, I’d choose Kyle Parkway Dentist every time. Everyone is so nice and my dentist has a great sense of humor. That means a lot to me.
    I don’t hate going there and that says a lot!!

    Alison H.
  • Really good dentist. Took care of everything and they were real nice.

    james g.
  • Great experience from arrival to exit; I loved my cleaning, exam explanation by DDS and options for payment! Great bunch of people that care!

    Andrew V.
  • The office helped me with an ongoing issue I’ve had for 5 years that no other dentist would. They were quick efficient and helped stop a lot of pain I’ve been having for years. Best dentist I’ve ever been too and recommend highly. The staff is friendly and welcoming and willing to help you be as comfortable as possible. They’ve really helped me overcome my fear of the dentist.

    Alicia O.
  • I love my teeth, so when I look for a Dentist I need to feel like they take my teeth just as serious. Many clinics lose site and focus on just money and forget we are humans. I came in a couple of days ago looking for information the office was clean, and peaceful. The receptionists were very knowledgable, presentable, and appeared not to be apathetic (something I pay close attention too). Receptionist Yavett Owens will answer any questions with medical ethics in mind. Thank you Kyle Parkway Dentistry for setting a standard!

    Tomas J.