Month: September 2019

What Does Tooth Loss Do to Your Smile?

In many ways, it can seem like the worst effects of tooth loss are the visible ones. That gaps that missing teeth leave in your smile can have a significant effect on its appearance, and therefore, your overall level of self-confidence. They can also make tasks like eating and speaking more challenging, depending on how… Read more »

Why Caring for an Implant-Supported Restoration Is Easier

For people who’ve worn dental implants for a while, it can be challenging to pick which advantage they offer is the most important one. Compared to traditional prostheses, their enhanced stability not only makes your replacement teeth more comfortable, but also more durable and lifelike. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, our patients… Read more »

Need Tooth Extraction? Here’s What to Remember

Because the goal of general dental care is usually to help you preserve your healthy, natural teeth, learning that you need tooth extraction can sometimes seem like you’ve lost. However, there are many reasons for needing tooth extraction, and not all of them are easily preventable. Also, at our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office,… Read more »

Caring for Your Smile Before and After Tooth Loss

Tooth loss is one of the biggest oral health concerns that your dental care is designed to prevent. However, it’s still a concern for many people, and the fact that it’s so common can cause some to believe that losing one or more teeth is inevitable. Fortunately, it isn’t; with the right care and maintenance,… Read more »

3 Reasons to Upgrade Your Bridge or Denture with Implants

Change can be difficult sometimes, but in many cases, it can be the best thing for you. For example, if you’ve worn a traditional dental bridge or denture for years already, then changing it to one that can be supported on dental implants might not seem worth it. You’ve already grown accustomed to your replacement… Read more »

What You Can Expect from Dental Implant Placement

If you’ve lost one or more teeth and plan on replacing them with dental implants, then you may already have an idea of what to expect. However, at our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, our process is much more streamlined, convenient, and technologically advanced than it is at most other dental offices. We combine… Read more »

Can You Get an Implant After Tooth Extraction

Sometimes, a tooth is so damaged or infected that it can no longer perform its duties as a tooth (i.e., helping you bite and chew your food) and it can’t be effectively restored. When this occurs, extracting the tooth is often preferable, as removing the compromised tooth can also remove the threat that it poses… Read more »

How Dental Implants Became the Best Tooth Replacement Option

When people lose teeth, the best option for replacing them is usually with one or more dental implants. Compared to traditional restorations (i.e., dental bridges and dentures), implants offer the most lifelike support, comfort, and stability for your new smile. At our Ft. Worth, TX, office, we don’t just place and restore dental implants –… Read more »

Which Implant-Supported Restoration Works Best for You?

People are often surprised to learn that, after losing teeth, they have several different options for replacing them. Those choices involve more than just a bridge or a denture, depending on how many teeth you’ve lost. For example, at our Ft. Worth, TX, office, we also provide restorations supported on one or more dental implants,… Read more »

How Dental Implants Give Your Smile New Life

After replacing their lost teeth with a conventional dental bridge or denture, patients can enjoy a number of benefits. They can smile confidently again and eat a wider variety of foods with a full set of teeth. However, something may still seem slightly “off” about a bridge or denture. Compared to your healthy, natural teeth,… Read more »