Tag: Restorative Dentistry

The Types of Dental Implants

What are the different types of dental implants? When it comes to dental implants, one size does not fit all. Different people have different needs, and restorative dentistry is no exception – some people struggle with bone loss, while others have healthy bone and gums but are missing a few teeth. Fortunately, there are actually… Read more »

Dental Implants Side Effects: How to Care For Yourself After Treatment

Dental implants are a natural way to replace missing teeth and restore damaged smiles. A  skilled dental implants dentist can place your implant with little to no pain, and minimally invasive surgery can shorten your healing time after your procedure. Our dentist, Dr. Steve Brown, has placed over 8000 implants and has focused completely on… Read more »

Get New Teeth With Dental Implants

One of the most common health problems in America is missing teeth. Missing teeth can have a devastating effect on your confidence and professional presentation. However, what many don’t realize is that this condition can also lead to bone loss and gum tissue deterioration, which can distort your facial structure and lead to the misalignment… Read more »

Full Mouth Dental Implants vs Dentures

Some people know that they need to start over with their smile. They may be only have damaged or infected teeth left, or they may be full denture wearers and feel the need for an upgrade due to slippage or discomfort. The most natural way to replace all of your missing teeth is with full… Read more »

Implant-Supported Dental Bridges Are Great for Patients Missing Teeth

Missing teeth can lead to a number of dental problems, and we don’t just mean aesthetic ones. Having a missing tooth also means bone loss and gum recession in the area of the tooth gap, gradual misalignment of the teeth adjacent to the tooth gap, and potential speech impediments and problems with biting and chewing…. Read more »

Oral Conscious Sedation and Dental Implant Surgery

Dental implants offer a permanent solution to the replacement of missing teeth. If dental anxiety is preventing you from seeking dental implant treatment, oral conscious sedation may be right for you. Oral conscious sedation can help alleviate anxiety and keep patients relaxed and comfortable during dental implant surgery. Read this overview from Fort Worth dentist… Read more »

Treating Tooth Loss with Full or Partial Implant Supported Dentures

Tooth loss is one of the most serious dental problems, with long-term consequences that most patients cannot begin to understand when a tooth is first lost. Tooth loss has an effect on the appearance of the smile, the function of the teeth, and even the structure of the jaw bone. While many dental restorations can… Read more »

Dental Implants and Dry Mouth

There are many factors that put the teeth at risk of decay. Fortunately, saliva is the mouth’s natural cleansing mechanism. It keeps the mouth moist and rinses away harmful bacteria and food particles. However, for patients who suffer from dry mouth, there is insufficient saliva flow and the teeth are left vulnerable to dental problems…. Read more »

Are You Too Old or Too Young for Dental Implants?

If you are missing teeth, you may be researching various treatment options. Dental implants are highly lifelike and permanent replacements for missing teeth. They can also protect your overall oral health for decades to come. However, because implants involve surgical placement, you may be unsure about your candidacy for this treatment. Does your age preclude you from… Read more »

Dental Implants and Diabetes

For those who are missing one or more of their teeth, dental implants are a popular choice for restoring dental appearance and function. However, dental implants are not suitable for all people. Typically, those with uncontrolled diabetes don’t make good candidates for dental implant treatment, but, just because you have diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t… Read more »