What If I Don’t Have Enough Bone for a Dental Implant?
In this video, Austin cosmetic and implant dentist Dr. Brandon Hall explains what tooth replacement options we can offer to those with severe bone resorption.
So many people will come in and they’ve been told that they just don’t have enough bone for implants. And these are conventional implants, which are larger diameter implants. The good news is that mini dental implants are smaller. I can place them in areas where you have skinny bone, where you just can’t place these larger size implants.
Mini dental implants are a fantastic option for people where they’ve been told that they can’t do implants period or they need some really big, painful, long lasting bone grafting or modification surgery that takes a year, adds a year to their time. So instead we do many dental implants and we can get a result in a few months, and that’s huge for patients.
Mini dental implants have a fantastic ability to be used where other implants can’t be used. So if you are looking to replace teeth or looking to anchor loose dentures, give us a call. We offer free consultation for many dental implants and we’d love to see you here.
- How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
- Payment Plans for Mini Dental Implants
- How Long Does The Dental Implant Process Take?
- Is Bone Grafting Required for a Mini Dental Implant?
- Options To Replace a Single Tooth
- What Materials are Mini Implants Made of?
- What Issues Can Mini Dental Implants Correct?
- How Long After A Tooth Extraction Can I Get An Implant?