Category: Jawbone Grafting

Restoring Your Jaw Structure Before Implants

Bone grafting- augmentation using ring method, tooth implantation. Medically accurate 3D illustration

It goes without saying that dental decay is the most common oral health concern out there, affecting millions of individuals in some form or another every year. In its earliest stages, decay causes cavities to form which can be easily treated with a dental filling. As it progresses, however, you experience a higher probability of… Read more »

Does Jaw Degradation Impact Your Treatment?

Bone grafting- augmentation using block of bone, tooth implantation. Medically accurate 3D illustration

If we were to look at dental treatment from the 1900’s and treatment from today, one major difference would be immediately recognized: technology has streamlined the world of dentistry. Indeed, new-age procedures have increased the quality, simplicity, and success of treatments intended to preserve your natural teeth. What’s more, it has paved the way for… Read more »

How Mini Dental Implants Help Patients Qualify For Treatment

There are certain physical issues that a person can experience after losing teeth. If you are not able to maintain a natural, comfortable bite because of tooth loss, you can experience worsening discomfort due to jaw pain and stiffness. An unaddressed gap can cause neighboring teeth to loosen over time, which can lead to more… Read more »

Rebuilding Your Structure To Support Your Treatment

The thought of an extensive dental procedure can be frightening for most, but keep in mind that waiting on your procedure will only cause the situation to get worse. Indeed, it is nobody’s first choice to lose a tooth or require a replacement to restore proper function, but sometimes that is the only viable option… Read more »

Rebuilding Your Jaw Structure To Support Implants

It is true that once you lose a tooth to decay or infection and do not tend to the matter in a timely manner you will soon find yourself facing even more loss, as your chances for losing more will increase dramatically. Indeed, acting with efficiency is a key factor to implant success, and the… Read more »

When Your Jaw Cannot Support Implants

For many, the process of going through tooth loss and removal can be a traumatic experience. After all, nobody wants to lose an oral structure and tarnish their grin with a noticeable gap. What’s more, concerns arise from a diseased or infected structure, but bigger concerns arise when the extracted tooth has not been replaced…. Read more »

Bone Grafts and Sinus Lifts FAQ

Dental implants can be a smile-saving procedure. Implant posts support a replacement tooth or an implant bridge or denture, for a securely restored smile. While most people qualify for dental implant placement in Fort Worth, TX, our trusted team will use your initial consultation to carefully assess your individual situation, including your overall health, medications… Read more »

Preparing Your Smile For Implants With Jawbone Grafting

Losing teeth impacts the function and beauty of your smile, and over time, could even lead to the breakdown of your facial structure, causing an older appearance. This occurs due to the loss of jawbone mass and density. Losing these tissues could even impact the placement of dental implants! To help prepare your smile for… Read more »

A Few Things to Know About Jawbone Grafting

Different oral health concerns can impact different aspects of your oral health and structures. Yet, in many of their severe cases, this harm includes some form of damage to the foundational ridges of your smile. For example, severe tooth decay could infect a tooth’s root canal, which extends into the bone structure of the dental… Read more »

Are There Ways to Avoid Jawbone Grafting?

After losing or having to extract one or more natural teeth, their loss can have continuous impacts on many other parts of your oral health. One of the most profound impacts is the loss of mass and density that occurs within the jawbone structure in the area where you’ve lost teeth. The roots of your… Read more »