Dental Implants in Houston, TX

Replacing teeth and changing lives.

What Are Dental Implants?

The safe, secure, and conservative way to restore a missing tooth.

A close-up of an artifical dental implant ready to be placed into the mouth
A close-up of an artifical dental implant ready to be placed into the mouth

Are you suffering the physical and emotional effects of having a missing tooth? Are you looking for a first-class solution to restore your smile? Dental implants could be the ideal treatment opportunity for you. Trust your smile with Dr. Randy Mitchmore who uses his advanced training and extensive knowledge to transform your smile with modern dental implants.

Dental implants are versatile, functional, and can be comfortably placed using our state-of-the-art technology. A typical implant consists of three components:

Tooth Root: A titanium post is placed into your jaw to mimic your natural tooth root. This allows for more stability and eliminates the need to remove healthy tooth structure.

Abutment: Placed on top of the root, this component is used to secure your custom-made restoration.

Dental Restoration: After the implant is secured, a natural-looking restoration is placed on top to restore the function of your tooth. Normally a porcelain crown, the restoration is secured into place and discreetly completes your smile.

Dental implants have a 98% success rate and are precisely placed for superior results. This form of restorative dentistry can be used to replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth – using implant-supported dentures.

Feel Younger, Healthier, and Smile Again

Why choose dental implants?

Click play to learn more about dental implants by Dr. Mitchmore.

Having trouble viewing this video? Watch it on YouTube

Restoring Your Smile with Implants

A simple process with long-lasting results.
Are You a Candidate?

Dr. Mitchmore always puts the well-being of his patients above anything else. Therefore, he will assess your medical health before recommending any surgical procedure. Next, he’ll use 3-D digital imaging to get a rounded view of your jaw to ensure you have sufficient bone structure to house an implant. We offer mini implants for those with narrow jaw bones.

Older lady smiling with her new implant-supported dentures from Dr. Mitchmore
Placing the Root

Before placing the implant, our dentist virtually performs the procedure using your 3-D images thus allowing him to see the ideal location for the implant(s). He then uses the digital imagery as a guide during your actual treatment. The first step for dental implants is to insert the biocompatible root into your jaw to create a foundation for your final restoration.

Older man relaxing and smiling after his dental implant treatment at LifeSmiles
Final Restoration

Once the jawbone has accepted the artificial root, Dr. Mitchmore places an abutment on top to secure your custom-made dental restoration. The restoration is designed to fit your natural smile so no-one can tell you have had dental implants. Your new tooth is then added and secured into place.

Young girl who has had a dental implant and is sitting looking over her shoulder in the dentist chair
Your Experience

We offer IV sedation and local anesthetic during all of our dental implant surgeries. You will feel no pain or discomfort and may even be able to sleep straight through the procedure (remembering nothing!). Our team is with you at all times, will explain each step, and can answer any questions you may have.

Couple in blue hugging and smiling after their implant dentistry in Houston

Why Dr. Randy Mitchmore?

Moving spy-glass icon with an image of a man and writing lines appearing
Experience

With more than 40 years developing his skills and being at the forefront of implant dentistry, Dr. Mitchmore is your number one choice for dental implants.

Graphic showing a white certificate with blue writing and a gold star in the bottom corner - showing the doctor's expertise
Expertise

Our Houston dentist has extensive training in dental implants and can also provide IV sedation to make your visit feel like a dream.

Icon of a brain with circuit wires coming out to highlight the technology we use
Technology

Discover a modern approach to dental implants in an office equipped with 3-D digital imaging, Pettrau Bridges, and Teeth Tomorrow.

LifeSmiles had me won over at the first Hello! I felt so welcomed and comfortable at all my visits. Implant Surgery at LifeSmiles made a scary procedure into a wonderful experience and I was treated very royally. I would recommend LifeSmiles to all friends and family and everyone I meet. A great experience at LifeSmiles! My dentures and implants are great. Thank you, LifeSmiles!

Mary-Jean P. (Actual LifeSmiles Patient)

Prettau Bridges by LifeSmiles

Using a stronger material with a natural look and feel.

Click play to learn more about Sue’s dental implant experience.

Having trouble viewing this video? Watch it on YouTube

If you have had a lifetime of bad teeth, it doesn’t mean you deserve to experience substandard dentistry. On the contrary, at LifeSmiles, we aim to give you the best available care using world-class materials and equipment. With this in mind, Dr. Randy Mitchmore has taken dental implants to the next level by implementing the biocompatible material, Zirconia. This is the strongest dental ceramic material available today and is used to produce exceptional teeth restorations. You’ll experience zero teeth staining or chipping; instead implants that last forever!

When you visit us for implant dentistry in Houston, we may recommend Prettau Bridges. These implants use Zirconia to mimic your natural tooth’s enamel and provide incredible strength. In fact, these implants provide a number of advantages over traditional denture and bridges materials:

  • Longevity

  • Metal-Free

  • Biocompatible

  • Functionality

Learn more about Pettrau Bridges and our Teeth Tomorrow program.

Comfort. Convenience. Class.

Achieve your new smile in relaxing surroundings.
LifeSmiles by Randy Mitchmore DDS

View Our Smile Gallery
See our before and afters.

Have Questions? Get in Touch!