How a Dental Implant Does Its Job

The most popular thing about dental implants is the fact that they replace lost teeth roots – something that other dental prostheses aren’t able to do alone. However, not everyone realizes the significance of that. The fact that your dental bridge or denture will be more steady might be obvious, but the reason why implants are so beneficial might be more complex. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we can help you understand all of the benefits of dental implants by taking a closer look at exactly how they do their job of restoring smiles. (more…)

Dental Issues that Implants Can Prevent

After dealing with tooth loss for a while, the biggest concern you might have with restoring your smile is finding a tooth replacement option that looks realistic. In many cases, dental implants offer that solution by giving your prosthetic bridge or denture a more lifelike support system (implanted roots). At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we suggest replacing lost teeth with dental implants not only for their realistic appearance, but also for the significant benefits they offer. For example, not only do they mimic your healthy teeth to restore your smile better, they also help you prevent a lot of the issues that usually result from the loss of your teeth roots. (more…)

A Look at What Dental Implants Really Accomplish

Most people who’ve lost teeth and are looking for a way to rebuild their smiles have at least heard of dental implants. Though relatively new to the world of prosthetic dentistry, the prosthetic teeth root replacements have enjoyed a more than 90% success rate in smile restoration. However, for some people, implants can seem like a luxury rather than a necessity to their smiles. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we help you better understand the importance of choosing dental implants when it comes to replacing what your smile has truly lost. (more…)

What Changes When a Bridge or Denture Is On Implants?

Dental implant posts are designed to mimic the structures of your healthy teeth – particularly, their roots. Their greatest benefit is that you don’t notice them, which might not always be the case with traditional dental bridges and dentures. By giving your replacement teeth a more natural, root-like support system, dental implants can change your bridge or denture in several important ways, both in their immediate function and in their long-term benefits to your oral health. (more…)

Placing and Restoring Dental Implants the Same Day

Dental implants have been one of the most popular ways for replacing lost teeth for several decades now, and the process of placing them has evolved in a lot of ways. For example, traditionally, it often meant visiting your dentist for your initial consultation, then a different office for a specialist to place your implants, and back to your dentist’s office to have your restoration secured to them. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we streamline that process significantly, using the advanced tech that we’ve outfitted our in-house lab with to place and restore your implants in just one day. (more…)

How to Know if Implants Are a Good Idea for You

After experiencing tooth loss, rebuilding your smile is always a good idea. Otherwise, the effects of the loss will continue to grow worse and have an increasingly more negative impact on your smile. For many tooth loss patients, dental implants are the best way to rebuild their smiles and halt or prevent those effects. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we can help you determine if dental implants are a good idea for you, as well, and help you optimize the benefits with advanced technology and highly personalized implant treatment. (more…)

3 Tips to Make Your Dental Implant Posts Last for Life

When your smile needs to be restored, the best way to do it is to mimic your healthy tooth structure as closely as possible. That’s what makes dental implants one of the most comprehensive tooth replacement solutions. Not only can they restore the visible parts of your teeth, but also the roots that rested within your jawbone. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we can help make sure that your implant posts last for life, just as your healthy, natural teeth roots were meant to. That requires helping you understand how to properly care for and maintain them. (more…)

You Might Qualify for Implants, Even if You Don’t Think So

These days, most patients who lose one or more teeth can benefit the most from replacing them with dental implants. As the only solution to address the loss of healthy, natural teeth roots, dental implants are able to restore and preserve smiles more effectively than more conventional tooth replacement options. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental office, we help more patients qualify for dental implants by utilizing advanced techniques, technologies, and dental implant styles to make placing and restoring dental implants easier and minimally invasive. (more…)

Answers to Common Dental Implant Questions

The good news about modern prosthetic dentistry is that you have a wide range of options for addressing your specific case of tooth loss with optimal results. In many cases, however, the most effective way to rebuild your smile is to replace your lost teeth with dental implants, which offer the comfort and support of healthy, natural teeth roots. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we can help you understand the difference that dental implants can make for your smile. We’re always happy to answer any questions you may have about dental implants and their many significant benefits. (more…)

Why You Can’t Get Implants with Untreated Gum Disease

After losing one or more teeth, most people are viable candidates for replacing them with an appropriate number of dental implants. However, that candidacy depends on a number of different factors, such as what caused you to lose teeth in the first place. For example, because gum disease is the most common cause of tooth loss, dealing with it is a common necessity. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we’ll help you determine if you can get dental implants right away, or if you may need to address and control gum disease first. (more…)