Why would one person’s cavity require a different kind of treatment than someone else’s? In cases where tooth decay is identified and treated at a relatively early stage, a patient would typically only require a dental filling to support their tooth. In a case where a person’s cavity is more severe, the appropriate treatment can… Read more »
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For those with minor or advanced tooth loss, implant dentistry offers a secure and lifelike solution. But how do our Dallas, TX, patients know if they qualify for dental implants? In today’s blog, we’re looking at how we address tooth loss and who makes a good candidate for dental implants.
As dental professionals, we strive to help our Dallas, TX, patients enjoy a healthy smile and preserve their natural teeth. However, occasionally an oral health concern may arise that requires extraction. How do we remove teeth and will the procedure be comfortable?
When an injury to cavity remains untreated, then a tooth could become infected. In order to preserve the tooth, we may treat infections in Dallas, TX, with root canal therapy. What should patients expect from root canal therapy?
You can be more than ready to have a dental crown placed to address a problem tooth. This restoration is used to cover damaged teeth, as well as those that have experienced advanced decay, or are naturally unable to provide proper functional support. After you receive your crown, you can feel better about the way… Read more »
If you have a cavity, or your tooth suffers minor damage, such as a chip, then you need repair. Otherwise, serious complications could soon arise, causing discomfort and the risk of tooth loss. In order to help our Dallas, TX, patients with decay or damage, we may recommend a dental filling.
A dental bridge lasts between 10 and 15 years, while removable dentures require replacement every 5 to 10 years. But what about dental implants? Implant dentistry offers replacement teeth that last for much longer. How do dental implants offer Dallas, TX, patients a longer lasting replacement tooth?
While our care is focused on preserving your natural teeth, occasionally maintaining optimal oral health means removing a tooth. In today’s blog, we’re looking at dental extractions and the steps we take to ensure the procedure is a comfortable one for our Dallas, TX, patients.
When one of our Dallas, TX, patients comes to us with an infected tooth, we offer treatment with an endodontic procedure. What happens during a root canal? How do we treat your smile and help you enjoy a healthy, comfortable smile?
If you live in Dallas, TX, and have a damaged or aching tooth, then you need treatment to restore the health and function of your smile. We often address these issues with a lifelike restoration, such as a dental crown. Will a crown fix your tooth?