From Dentures to Full-Arch Implants

We Offer Everything to Restore Your Healthy, Beautiful Smile.

And Everything in Between, including Implant-Supported Dentures. To learn more about your treatment and financial options, including our generous financial packages, schedule your free consultation with a Treatment Coordinator.

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Michael Wehrle, DDS

One of the Top Dental Implant and Sedation Dentist in the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX Area.

Dr. Wehrle, his associate Dr. Wing, and their team at HEB Dental are able to diagnose, plan, place, and restore your implants from beginning to end. This all-in-one solution eliminates your driving to different offices, meeting with different doctors, and receiving multiple bills. If you are about to lose your teeth, hate your dentures, or suffer from a complex medical condition, this is the answer you’ve been looking for.

Once completed, they will evaluate the findings and put together a plan of action. This will involve you visiting the practice for regular check-ups. The treatment may include such things as:
✓ Cleaning and polishing your teeth
✓ Checking your gums
✓ Screening for oral cancer
✓ Taking X-rays
✓ Examining existing dental work

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Are you in pain, have missing teeth or failing crowns or veneers?

You don’t have to live that way, whatever your situation, we have the right solution for you!

Traditional Dentures

Traditional Dentures

A traditional denture is a prosthesis that serves as false teeth, helping to replace missing teeth. Traditional dentures can be partial or complete, pending your needs. Traditional dentures are removable, meaning you can take them out every night or at your leisure. We extract any missing or broken down teeth and provide the patient with a denture that looks and feels great. These are the most familiar type of denture for patients, and is great for those who are looking for an affordable solution.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-Supported Dentures

Fixed-in dental implant supported dentures are not removable whatsoever, unlike traditional or snap-in dentures. These provide the closest fit to natural teeth of any denture on the market. With fixed-in dental implant supported dentures, patients need not worry about their denture ever slipping or ill-fitting — these are designed specifically to mimic real teeth and are not removable.

Single Implants

Single Implants

Dental Implants are a valuable alternative to an uncomfortable prosthesis. The implants themselves are small appliances produced from titanium that serve a similar purpose to the roots of natural teeth. They are fused to the jawbone and support over dentures and dental bridges, helping them to perform like our natural teeth would. Once the implants are put in place, you’ll be able to replace anything from one tooth to a whole set with ease. Given the numerous benefits and aesthetic qualities Dental Implants offer, they have become the preferred method of tooth replacement today.

Full-Arch Implants

Full-Arch Implants

Most commonly known as the All-on-4 Dental Implants procedure. This is a type of dental implant that can be placed much faster than a traditional implant and is ideal for those suffering from complete tooth loss or low bone density. This is an immediate load solution, meaning after your initial consultation and examination, you can visit us for a second appointment, where your new set of teeth can be secured. This takes place in one day, rather than multiple appointments over the course of several months.

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Dental Implants look and perform just like natural teeth

Dental Implants can be thought of as artificial tooth roots that are placed in your jawbone and become a base for supporting one or more artificial teeth, called crowns. A connector, known as an abutment, is placed on top of the dental implant to support the crowns. Dental implants are made from medical-grade titanium which provides a more durable and natural-looking root form. Given the numerous benefits and aesthetic qualities dental implants offer, they have become the preferred method of tooth replacement today.

Dental Implants protect your long-term dental health

Implants help preserve bone in the area of the missing teeth and protect your facial structure. They prevent movement and drifting of teeth which can disrupt your bite.

Dental Implants preserve healthy neighboring teeth

Unlike other means of replacing missing teeth, Implants do not require healthy teeth to be drilled or removed.

Dental Implants are strong and long-lasting

Implants are a very durable and long lasting solution for missing teeth with a success rate of over 97%.