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25 Nov
2019
Missing Tooth San Antonio Tx

Understanding missing teeth & tooth loss

Did you know? 178 million Americans are missing at least on of their teeth. For a comparison, in 2014, there were 171 million smartphones in the United States. This means you are just as likely to see someone with a smartphone as you are to see someone missing a tooth.

25 Nov
2019
dental implants san antonio

What are dental implants?

Today, dental implants are the standard of care for patients seeking to replace one or more missing teeth in San Antonio, TX. An implant is a threaded, metal or ceramic post that is surgically placed in the jaw bone to substitute the root structure of a missing tooth.

21 Aug
2019
dental implants San Antonio

Myth: All dental implants are created equal

  • August 21, 2019
  • kristen
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Myth: All dental implants are created equal Dental implants have made massive improvements since they were first introduced to periodontists, as a permanent replacement for missing teeth. There are several different types of dental implants. At Alamo Heights Implants Center in San Antonio, TX, Dr. Christopher Walker is experienced in all types dental implants that..

29 Jul
2019
Alamo Heights Implant Center

What services do you provide?

Our name may be "Alamo Heights Implant Center" but we provide so much more than just dental implants. Periodontists are specialists of the gums. Dr. Christopher Walker provides a multitude of periodontal services.

24 Jul
2019
dental bridge vs. dental implant

Missing teeth: Dental Bridge vs. Dental Implants

For patients who have missing teeth, a periodontist can help you determine if you're a candidate for a dental bridge or if a dental implant is better for you. Dr. Christopher Walker explains the advantages and disadvantages to dental bridge and dental implants here.

15 Jul
2019
Replace denture - San Antonio

5 Reasons to replace your denture

Dentures aren't bad, but they do have limitations: causing bone loss, uncomfortable and hard to get used to, lack of confidence eating and talking. Dental implants solve these problems by implanting a titanium screw into the jaw, holding a tooth.