If you are in the Houston, Tx area, and are looking for an affordable option for an implant secured dental bridge, Best Dental is the office for you and your family. Dr Jasmine and her team are proud to serve Houston residents with high quality implant supported bridges. As many dentists in and around Houston charge thousands of dollars for their dental implants, we only charge $999 for the placement of each of our implants.

Our high quality and affordable implant options is what allows many Houstonians to chew their food again, and live a more meaningful life. No matter how long your bridge needs to be, our team of implants specialists will formulate a custom treatment plan that is right for you.


A dental implant is a screw shaped material that is inserted into your jaw bone. Formed from pure titanium, the screws chemically bond with your bone tissue after they are inserted. The early essence of dental implant placement was to help replace missing teeth. Over time, dentists and scientists found that the use of multiple implants can hold three or more teeth together, forming what is known as an implant supported bridge. These bridges can last many years, and allow patients to function and chew properly. They also look great, allowing patients to aesthetically regain confidence in their smiles.


The average cost of implant supported bridges in Houston is $6,500. Prices may vary based on the treating dentist, how many teeth need to be replaced, and if any additional procedures such as bone grafting or sinus lifting are needed.


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If you’re in Houston, and are wondering if your dental insurance pays for your dental implant treatment, the answer can vary. Every dental insurance company has various plans that they sell to employers and sole individuals.

Your specific plan will be different than most others. That is why we at Best Dental need to verify your insurance to see exactly how much of your dental implant treatment your specific dental insurance plan will cover.

Some dental insurance plans do not cover dental implants, and if that is the case, we will help you cut costs tremendously with the use of our dental savings plan.


We pride ourselves in helping Houston patients with their finances, especially when it comes to dental implant bridges. Dental Implant bridge treatment can be quite expensive,  which is why we work with the majority of third party dental financing companies, as well as providing our patients with a dental savings plan for those who really want dental implants secured bridges, but can’t afford them. We also offer payment plan options. Whatever the obstacles, we will do our best to find a way to get you the dental implants that you desperately need. The price for our dental implant bridges starts at $4,999.

Implant Retained vs Traditional Dental Bridges

A traditional fixed bridge bridges the gap between healthy teeth and a missing tooth in between; the prosthetic tooth is supported by dental crowns on either side, which are fitted over the neighboring healthy teeth (the abutment teeth). This treatment requires your dentist to remove significant material from your healthy teeth in order to fit the crowns over them, and can typically be used to replace 1 or 2 missing teeth in a row.

To contrast, an implant-retained bridge (sometimes called an implant supported bridge) gains all of its support from dental implants. These implants serve as replacement tooth roots and the support for your prosthetic teeth. This type of prosthesis can replace two, three, or more missing teeth in a row.

The process of getting an implant-retained bridge combines that of getting a traditional implant and a single-tooth implant, and begins with a consultation. During this consultation, we determine if dental implants are a good option for you and recommend the best treatment for your unique case. Then, we plan precisely where to place the implants so that your bridge has the strongest support possible, and can begin treatment. Following your surgery, you will undergo a healing period of several months, during which your jawbone will fuse with the implant in a process called osseointegration, for strength and stability that mimics your natural tooth roots! The final step of the implant-retained bridge treatment is when we securely attach beautifully natural-looking, custom-made crowns to the implants.

Implant Retained vs Traditional Dental Bridges

The benefits of implant-retained bridges are numerous, and include:

  • Ability to eat and speak comfortably and naturally

  • Even distribution of bite force, saving your natural teeth from extra wear and tear

  • Preservation of your jawbone and face shape, due to stimulation from the dental implants

  • Retain your natural teeth – implant-retained bridges typically do not require that we modify or extract any of your healthy teeth

  • Long-lasting – with proper care, the prosthetic teeth can last a decade or longer, while the implants themselves often last a lifetime

  •  Improved aesthetics – custom-made crowns can restore or even enhance your smile

How to Care for Your Implant-Retained Bridge

Caring for your implant-retained bridge is easy, and will help you keep your new teeth in great shape for years to come! Here are a few tips:

  • Brush twice a day and floss once a day – use thread floss to help you clean your gums beneath your prosthetic tooth

  • Rinse your mouth daily with antibacterial mouthwash

  • If your bridge ever feels loose or uncomfortable, contact us right away

  • Wear a sports mouthguard when you play sports, especially any contact sport (We always recommend this regardless of if you have a dental restoration or not!)

  • If you habitually grind or clench your teeth, wear a mouthguard at night


Dr M.K.Pillai,
11197, Canyon Crescent
Delta, British Columbia
Canada Zip Code - V4E2R6


Phone: +1 4373467700

The office is closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, BC Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving, Remembrance Day, Christmas Day



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