A Few Things Dental Implants Make Easier

After losing one or more teeth, there are several different effects the loss can have on your daily life. For example, the impact it can have on your smile’s appearance can impact your level of confidence, making interactions at work or school much less enjoyable. Also, the loss can have a negative impact on things like your ability to enjoy your favorite foods, or to take excellent care of your oral health moving forward. Fortunately, at our Ft. Worth, TX, office, we can recommend replacing lost teeth with one or more dental implants to help make recovering from tooth loss easier. (more…)

A Few Questions About Same-Day Dental Implants

After experiencing tooth loss, replacing your lost teeth with dental implants can give your smile new life in several important ways. Like most dental prostheses, your restoration will help reestablish your smile’s healthy, youthful appearance. However, with the support of implant posts, it can also reestablish many other vital functions (like stimulation in your jawbone) that traditional solutions can’t address. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we can help many patients enjoy their new, implant-supported smiles sooner with our New Teeth in One Day. (more…)

3 Important Factors when Replacing Lost Teeth

Replacing a lost tooth (or several of them) is an important part of professional dental care for many patients. Fortunately, there are many different options available, each with its own advantages depending on patients’ specific needs and preferences. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we’re dedicated to helping all patients enjoy the most lifelike restorations for replacing their lost teeth. That includes utilizing advanced technologies and materials to create highly durable and aesthetic restorations, as well as providing biocompatible implant posts to secure them in the most lifelike manner. (more…)

How to Know Extraction Is Best for Your Tooth

When most people consider replacing a tooth, it’s because the tooth has already been lost. That’s largely because most tooth concerns can be successfully addressed with the right restorative dental treatment. However, in some severe cases, a tooth that hasn’t been lost yet can pose such a threat to the rest of your oral health that extracting and replacing it is the best way to restore your smile. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental office, we can help you determine if saving your smile should include extracting and replacing a tooth with a durable and lifelike implant restoration. (more…)

How to Avoid the Need for Jawbone Grafting

Your jawbone is the foundation of your smile in many different ways. Most notably, it’s what anchors your teeth roots so that your teeth can bite and chew your food without moving out of place. Your jawbone also supplies your teeth with nutrients through the roots that are embedded within it. When your smile is affected by the loss of one or more teeth, your jawbone may bear the brunt of those effects, which leads many patients to require jawbone grafting to fortify their smiles’ foundations. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, our minimally invasive approach to treatment includes helping patients rebuild their smiles from tooth loss while minimizing the need for jawbone grafting. (more…)

Should You Consider Dental Implants?

After experiencing tooth loss, the biggest questions many people have is what’s the best option for replacing them? The answer may be different for everyone, but in many cases, the best solution is to create and place the most lifelike restoration available. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental office, we often recommend dental implants as the preferable tooth replacement option. After a comprehensive examination and consultation, we can help you decide if dental implants are your best option, as well, and why you should consider them for rebuilding your smile. (more…)

Facts About Tooth Loss You Might Not Know

Did you know that tooth loss isn’t a natural result of aging? If most or all of the elders in your family have experienced it, then you may believe it is. The truth, however, is that tooth loss is a direct result of one or more specific oral health issues, and if you can prevent or control these issues, you have a good chance of avoiding tooth loss for life. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we have extensive experience helping patients rebuild their smiles following the loss of one or more teeth. We can also help you understand more about tooth loss so you have a better chance of preventing it from happening again. (more…)

Does Your Denture Move? Learn How to Make It Stop

When you first receive a new conventional denture, the lifelike feel and stability can be of great comfort. Over time, however, that level of comfort and stability can begin to wane, causing your denture to become loose and begin to shift when you bite, chew, speak, or smile. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we can help you avoid this phenomenon by securing your denture on a series of dental implant posts. Dental implants stop your denture from shifting by addressing the two main causes of it – the changing shape of your jawbone after tooth loss, and the lack of lifelike supportive roots to secure it in place. (more…)

How to Know It’s Time to Consider Dental Implants

When you’re considering the best options for replacing a lost tooth, or several, and rebuilding your smile, dental implants will come up often. That’s partly because they’re the newest iteration of modern replacement teeth, but mainly because they do a lot more for your smile than traditional restorations can. At our Ft. Worth, TX, office, we can help you determine if dental implants are the best thing for your smile by keeping you informed about the many different reasons why you should consider them. (more…)

A Few Common Questions About Tooth Loss

If you’ve never experienced tooth loss, then you may have a lot of questions about it. If you already have lost one or more teeth, then you might not feel as though you need to know more about it. However, for many patients, tooth loss may become a serious concern, and knowing all you can about its causes and how to deal with it could help you better save your smile’s future. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, our goal is to help you preserve your smile after losing one or more teeth, including helping you understand how to avoid losing more teeth in the future. (more…)