Category: Implant Restorations

How Tooth Roots Provide Structural Integrity

In last week’s blog, we discussed how there are certain instances or times in which a tooth must be extracted, including causes and future complications an infected structure may cause. Bear in mind, however, that your natural teeth serve a number of functions, and once one is gone, it can lead to an entirely new… Read more »

What It Means To Enjoy Same-Day Implants

It goes without saying that tooth loss is nobody’s first choice – not your dentists’, your family’s, and certainly not yours. While nearly every individual would opt for a full and complete smile if given a choice, the sad reality is that this is not the case. Indeed, extraction and loss are caused by a… Read more »

When Implants Lack Support

Tooth loss and extraction can be a difficult topic for many individuals, especially for adults whose adult teeth are permanent. While it goes without saying that losing oral structures is nobody’s first choice, the threats that can arise after a tooth is gone and not replaced can become an even bigger problem. In today’s blog,… Read more »

Three Ways Implants Complete Your Smile

The only thing worse than experiencing tooth loss as an adult is not having a missing structure replaced. In fact, a number of concerns arise when you do not replace that missing tooth, and while jawbone degradation or other factors may complicate your circumstances, there is still more that can be done to help. In… Read more »

When Your Restorations Can be Lifelike

With the advent of advanced dental technology, now more than ever your implants can be placed in the most optimal fashion. This means that not only will you experience the best level of comfort available, but your grin can be complete once more. While this is the case, many fear the restorative process, as there… Read more »

Crafting Lifelike Restorations For Your Implants

When we replace your missing teeth with dental implants, we provide a long-lasting and durable solution that helps preserve your facial structure too. But the restorations are what address the visible portions of your smile, and ensures they look and function like natural teeth. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX, dentist will explain how… Read more »

Rebuilding a Tooth’s Complete, Natural Structure

The biggest advancements in modern dental health care have often come in the form of creating more lifelike and comprehensive solutions to rebuilding and replacing natural tooth structure. This includes replacing teeth that are lost or extracted entirely with custom-designed restorations that closely mimic the healthy, natural appearance of your teeth. For example, today, many… Read more »

Why Add Dental Implants to Your Restoration?

Replacing lost teeth is an important part of quality dental care for many patients. Traditionally, a custom-made dental bridge or denture can help most tooth loss patients regain most of their bite function and the confidence in their smiles’ appearance. Today, however, increasingly more people who experience tooth loss are benefiting from adding dental implants… Read more »

The Connection Between Dental Implants and Your Smile

Replacing lost teeth can sometimes have a more significant impact on your long-term oral health than you realize at first, especially when it comes to replacing lost teeth roots. Your natural teeth roots rest within sockets in your dental ridge, which gives them the stability they need to properly support your teeth as you bite… Read more »

How to Support Your Dental Implant Restoration’s Success

When you receive a restoration to replace one or more lost teeth, the addition of dental implants to support it can do a lot to support its long-term success. By replacing your lost teeth roots, the implant posts give your restoration a more stable and secure level of support, which grants it a more lifelike… Read more »