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All-on-X uses just five or six dental implants to provide a secure, permanent foundation for a full arch of new teeth. The implants are strategically placed to make optimal use of the strongest areas of available jawbone; this minimizes the need for bone grafting and can enable patients who have experienced severe bone loss to be candidates for this treatment!


Individual Implants

What Is a Dental Implant? A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed in the jawbone, and a dental crown, bridge or denture is attached. Made of biocompatible titanium or zirconia, implants integrate with the patient's jawbone and provide a strong and stable foundation for an artificial tooth or teeth. Dental implants so closely mimic the feel, function and appearance of natural, healthy teeth that people often cannot tell the difference. They are the modern solution for teeth replacement.


Zygomatic Implantnts

Zygomatic Implants For patients who do not have enough bone present in their upper jaw to support regular dental implants, Dr. Beck can use zygomatic (cheek bone) implants to achieve the needed stability. This process prevents the need for sinus grafting or a sinus lift, even when severe bone loss has occurred. "Zygomatic implants utilize the bone higher up in the cheeks, enabling patients who would normally not be candidates for All-on-X to now be able to receive this life-changing treatment," says Dr. Beck.


Efficient ONE-DAY Procedure!

An Efficient One-Day Procedure Prior to the "big day," Dr. Beck does extensive planning and diagnostic work, including using 3D X-rays and software to map out the ideal locations, depths and angles for implant placement. This ensures that when the patient comes in for their procedure, everything will be ready for an efficient and accurate surgery. On the day of the procedure, Dr. Beck will sedate the patient, remove any remaining teeth they have, place the implants, take a digital scan of their mouth, create custom provisional teeth in his in-house lab and attach the new teeth to the implants-all within a few hours. "I can provide the patient with their new teeth that same day," says Dr. Beck, "or, if they prefer, they can go home and come back the next morning to get their new teeth."

Why Go To a Periodontist for Dental Implants?

As part of their specialist education, periodontists such as Dr. Beck receive extensive training in all aspects of implant placement. Over time, a periodontist completes many different types of dental implant cases and runs across many kinds of oral health situations. As a result, patients can expect the following:

  • Quick and efficient treatment, which equals shorter time in the chair, faster healing time and less discomfort

  • The ability to avoid or quickly handle any complications

  • Expert handling of complex and advanced cases

  • The ability to provide gum and bone grafting when necessary 

  • Expert management of dental implant surgery for patients with gum disease



Your MEDICAL PPO BlueCross BlueShield Plan is now accepted! 



Dr. Beck does not work with DENTAL insurance companies and charges less than insurance based practices. Patients with DENTAL  insurance will be able to file for reimbursement by their insurance company. 

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8406 Hall Rd, Suite 100

Houston, Tx 77075

Opening Hours

Tues - Fri: 9am - 4pm
​​Saturday: 9am - 2pm
​Monday & Sunday: Closed


Office line: 832-791-3039 

Cell line: 832-705-3321 (Text us here)


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