A number of factors could mean the loss of our natural teeth, from untreated cavities or infection, to advanced gum disease or even an injury. Without replacement, the gap in your smile could mean development of major oral health complications. However, to improve the health and function of your smile, and create a long-lasting prosthetic… Read more »
As children, losing teeth (provided this happens on your body’s schedule) is natural, and a sign that you’re growing. However, as adults tooth loss means something is wrong, and that your oral health will continue to suffer unless the underlying factors are addressed and the gaps in your smile are filled. Fortunately, your Richardson, TX,… Read more »
The best way to restore your smile after tooth loss is to find the most lifelike replacement for the ones you’ve lost. In many cases, that means supporting your dental crown, bridge, or denture on one or more dental implants, which are the only way to reestablish the support of your lost teeth roots. At… Read more »
Have you lost one or more teeth in 2018? We understand how tooth loss can impact your smile, from your appearance to your overall oral health. Fortunately, we can help you replace your lost tooth or teeth with implant dentistry. Are you ready to address tooth loss in 2018?
Tooth impacts much more than just your appearance. In fact, missing teeth can lead to a host of serious oral health complications. To help preserve our patients’ smiles and facial structure, we offer multiple options for replacing lost teeth. Which one is right for you? How exactly will tooth loss impact your smile?
Did you know that losing even a single tooth can increase the risk of serious complications, ranging from misalignment to TMJ disorder and bruxism? As the rate of tooth loss increases, so does the risk of facial collapse and other oral health concerns. Fortunately, we have options available to help replace one or more missing… Read more »
Losing your teeth can lead to a number of oral health concerns, including a reduction in proper nutrition and loss of jawbone density. In order to restore the health and function of your smile you may benefit from replacement teeth. Do you need a dental prosthetic? Find out your options for enjoying a whole smile… Read more »