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Why work with us?

Specialized Training

Board-certified specialist with advanced training to ensure the work is done right.

Deep Experience

Over 5,000 Implants placed

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Dr Choi is hands down the best dentist/dental surgeon I have ever been to and unfortunately being 46 and having an extensive sports background and poor oral hygiene I have been to more then I care to share. His staff, office, etc are so inviting and I would recommend him solely to anyone and everyone that may be looking for a new dentist/oral surgeon. I’m receiving new implants for my front teeth which are obviously critical to one’s appearance and can not be more satisfied with the experience so far. Definitely 5 stars from me!!
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Replace missing teeth with natural looking dental implants

Your specific pricing is dependent on your customized treatment plan with many specials and financing options available.

We also accept some insurance and are happy to work with your budget to find the best options for you.

What’s the cost of not doing it with us?

How much of life are you willing to miss due to mouth pain or embarrassment?

How much longer do you want to deal with the discouragement and lack of confidence?

Failed dental procedures can cost thousands to fix plus the pain and inconvenience, is it worth working with others?

Lets explore your options together – no obligation, so what are you waiting for?!

Our Locations

Mckinney Office
5345 W University Dr. #100 | Mckinney, TX 75071

Plano Office
5949 Dallas Pkwy Unit 100 | Plano, TX 75093


1600 W Northwest Hwy Unit 300 Grapevine, Tx 76051


When We Are Open

Monday-Friday8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Frequently asked questions & additional information

The most common concern many people have about dental implants is the potential for pain and discomfort. After learning about how the treatment works, it’s obvious that it’s a reasonably invasive procedure which can cause anxiety.

During the actual procedure itself, the patient will feel no pain as local anesthetic is used throughout. For most people, the most uncomfortable part of the entire procedure is the small pin prick they feel when the anesthetic is administered (which is momentary and mild). It takes around 15 minutes or so to actually insert the implant, during which time patients will feel some pushing and pulling, and experience vibrations from the drilling required.

However, this is entirely painless thanks to the anesthetic. Our doctor will double check that you are sufficiently numb before starting any of the invasive parts of the procedure to allow you to be as relaxed as possible.

This being said, patients can expect to feel some discomfort during the days immediately after the implants have been inserted. Slight swelling and a little bleeding from the gums is perfectly normal. Depending upon the amount and location of implants being inserted, patients may also feel a slight pain in the cheeks and under the eyes.

The level of discomfort experienced differs from person to person, but it is almost always more than bearable. Mild pain medicine like Ibuprofen, and the regular application of ice packs can dramatically reduce the discomfort. For most people, the discomfort will subside after 3 to 5 days.

(Note: When the abutment and replacement tooth are finally fitted there is no discomfort after the procedure. The discomfort above only applies to the initial insertion of the titanium implants.)

The vast majority of patients that require dental implants are eligible for the procedure. The main determining factor is the strength of the jawbone in a patient’s mouth. In some cases, the dentist may need to perform a gum or bone graft to ensure the highest chance of success. (Although in the vast majority of cases, this is not required).

This entirely depends upon the kind of coverage your current policy provides. It is rare for the entire cost of the procedure to be covered by an insurer. However, most insurance policies will cover at least part of the treatment. This makes the whole procedure much more affordable for many people.

As always, we highly recommend you check the level of coverage your insurance company provides before undergoing any treatment. Our Doctors provide patients with some of the most competitive rates in the whole state. We pride ourselves on ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy a happier, brighter, stronger smile.

Dental implants are made from very strong materials and represent the pinnacle of dental technology. The implants themselves are made from titanium which does not rust, degrade, or decay in any way shape or form. They really are going to last you a lifetime.

However, just because dental implants don’t decay does not mean you can escape the need for a comprehensive dental hygiene routine. The implants themselves are near indestructible, but your gums are not. For your implants to stay happy and healthy in your mouth, you need to take very good care of your gums. Regular brushing, flossing, and mouth washing are essential.

The success rate of dental implants varies from surgeon to surgeon, but on average they are usually very successful. This is because that in the vast majority of cases it is easy to spot the signs that would lead to failure before the treatment is started.

It is extremely rare for implants to fail when the go-ahead has been given for treatment. In these rare instances, failure usually occurs because of an unusual allergy to titanium, or a poor dental hygiene routine after treatment.

This further proves the point that taking care of your implants is as important as taking care of your real teeth.

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