Dental implants are a safe and effective option for natural-looking, long-lasting tooth replacement. Unlike traditional dentures, they provide a strong, stable function, and are tailor-made to match your natural teeth. Dental implants are made to be cohesive with the aesthetics of your smile.

Among countless other benefits, implants can help improve the contour of your face, improve speech, and protect the integrity of your bone structure.

Dental implants are precision-milled titanium medical devices with custom attachments and are meant to last decades. With proper care, they can last a lifetime.


Drs. Chan and Phan have received extensive training with single and multiple-tooth replacement Dental implants.


Implants can replace multiple missing teeth or entire arch of teeth. Having experience from thousands of implant cases, our doctors can evaluate your needs and make recommendations of the best treatment options for you.

Contact our team today, to schedule a consultation with us. Together, we will determine if you are an ideal candidate for single- or multiple-tooth implants.


Are Dental Implants Right for You?



How long is recovery from getting dental implants?

The average recovery time from a dental implant is 3-5 days for multiple teeth, and just 24 hours for single implant recovery. During this time you may have some minor pain and swelling. Further healing will take place over the next 4-6 months, which we refer to as your complete biological healing. This period of healing does not cause any pain or discomfort. Many state-of-the-art proceedures, like the All-On-4 approach, minimize the healing time for implant patients. For more information on the All-on-4 proceedure, please give us a call at (214)572-8633 to schedule a consultation with our surgeons.

How much do dental implants cost?

The cost of dental implants depends on each patients unique dental condition, surgical proceedures needed, and your insurance carrier. At Contemporary implant and Oral Surgery, we work with most major insurance providers and other financing options such as care credit to help cover the costs of dental implants. Contact us today to find out how we can work with you!

Are dental implants painful?

In general, oral surgery patients only report minor pain and discomfort for about 3-5 days after surgery. Your oral surgeon will prescribe you pain medications to help with any discomfort and swelling that will occur after your procedure. Our Excellent team at Contemporary Implant and Oral Surgery is dedicated to putting our patients at ease about their surgery, and to making your overall experience as easy and comfortable as possible.

How do I know I should get dental implants?

Dental Implants can change a patients life. Candidates for dental implants typically have one or more missing teeth, or have been made aware that they have a failing tooth. It’s generally advised to get a Dental implant at the same time as extracting the failing tooth. Dr. Chan and Dr. Phan have extensive experince with both extractions and dental implant technology, and can discuss with you the many implant options we have available at Contemporary Implant and Oral Surgery. Our Doctors have both completed dental school, medical school, and a rigorous 6 year oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Due to this level of expertise, our doctors can advise you on which implant option is best for your particular condition, as well as discuss a full range on anesthesia options.

Does insurance cover dental implants?

Many patients have dental implant coverage through their dental plan but it does vary from policy to policy. The best way to determine if your specific policy has dental implant benefits is to schedule a consultation. At the consultation, one of our highly trained treatment coordinators will verify your insurance benefits and inform you of any coverage you may have along with an estimate for your out of pocket based on your insurance benefits. out of pocket range? our extrordinary patient coordinators can work with you to maximize insurance benefits and provide financing options if needed.