We’re excited that you’re here and ready to go get your healthy smile on!
Rest assured we’re in this together, and our job is to keep you smiling every step of the way!
We get it… a dentist visit isn’t top of your list of fun things to do. We promise we will make you comfortable, give you our best care, utmost respect, and help you get on with your day. Our offices are brimming with friendly, understanding people who know exactly what you’re feeling. We’re here for you, every step of the way!
You will get a careful oral examination by your dentist, who will check for things like tooth decay, gum disease and other things that can affect not just your mouth, but your overall health. Then you’ll talk together about any treatments you might benefit from.
You may get a teeth cleaning on your first dental visit, or it may be scheduled for a follow-up visit. From start to finish, this first visit will most likely last 1 – 1 1/2 hours so we can make sure we’ve given your smile the attention it needs.
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Make sure to do the following after you receive a dental implant. These steps will help avoid unnecessary complications during the healing process
After your gums have fully healed, you can treat your dental implants like your natural teeth and clean and care for them in the same way. Daily brushing and flossing are necessary to reduce the risk of gum disease. Be sure to schedule routine appointments with Castle Dental & Implants so that Dr. Eakin and his team can make sure the gum and bone tissues around the dental implants are in good shape.
They are made out of durable titanium which is bio-compatible, as strong as steel, and regarded as non-toxic to the body. Making it the best material for dental implants.
It can take up to 4-5 months which includes the surgery time. The implant and gums need to heal before placing the final crown. The exact length of time will depend on your specific implant treatment plan so we recommend booking a free consultation to get a more specific timeline.
Yes, we have flexible-low-interest financing options available. Call our office at (713) 947-9800 to learn more.
We accept a variety of PPO insurances. Click on the link to see which insurances are accepted.