Receiving A Filling That Matches Your Enamel

If a cavity forms, prompt care will minimize the damage that ultimately affects your tooth. Putting off care makes it more likely that complications will occur, which can require more involved care. However, if you arrange treatment in time, your smile can be fully restored with a custom dental filling that matches your enamel and only occupies the space where decay was removed. Our Irving, TX dentist’s office is ready to provide a durable, lifelike filling to support your oral health and appearance. We can provide early warnings about cavities during your routine appointments. These visits are also beneficial because they help us improve your defenses against decay. (more…)

How Checkups Help You Protect Your Gums

Every dental checkup you attend helps you keep your smile safe from problems created by oral bacteria. One problem you need to avoid is gum disease, something that can have more impact on your well-being than you might realize. If an issue with your periodontal health develops and is not treated in time, it can become serious enough to cause tooth loss! It can also lead to complications that affect your general health as well as your oral health. Our Irving, TX dentist’s office helps patients who come to us with more than just cavities. During your visits, we will carefully check your teeth as well as your gums for any problems that might require attention. (more…)

Changing Your Smile With Custom Veneers

Are you tired of feeling unhappy with your smile? Rather than continue to live with discomfort over your appearance, you can look into cosmetic dentistry and find out what treatment options are available to you. As you do so, you may be surprised at just how much good a conservative treatment to change your appearance can be, and how many services can help you. At our Irving, TX dentist’s office, we actually provide multiple procedures that can lead to esthetic changes. One is treatment with porcelain veneers, thin and durable shells capable of correcting problems with dental discoloration, poor teeth spacing, and damage to your enamel! (more…)

Restoring Teeth With Inlays And Onlays

When dental problems occur, they can do serious damage to your enamel. The frustrating reality is that when this happens, teeth are not able to recover. Even a cavity that is caught and restored early will require permanent support! At our Irving, TX dentist’s office, we take care to provide just the right restorations for our patients. Sometimes, trouble with dental decay or an injury will cause too much damage for a filling, but may not require a full crown. To preserve more of your healthy structure, we can instead use a porcelain inlay or onlay. These “partial crowns” can cover a portion of a molar or premolar while still leaving much of the healthy material intact. (more…)

3 Tips To Follow For Better Cavity Prevention

Whether you have never had a cavity or hope to never have one again, it can be a good idea to occasionally review your efforts to protect your smile. Are you really doing enough to make sure that tooth decay will not be a problem for you? Our Irving, TX dentist’s office can help you make sure that you are making the right decisions, and that you have quality protection against the formation of cavities. While the right efforts between your appointments will be important, it is also important to take care of yourself by scheduling and attending routine dental exams, as they provide valuable protection for teeth and gums. (more…)

Share Your Concerns About Dental Discoloration

Are your teeth no longer as bright as you would like them to be? Why does it feel so difficult to manage problems with enamel stains, and what can you do to make a real change to your appearance? At our Irving, TX dentist’s office, we can recommend treatment so that this problem is no longer an issue for you. What you might be surprised to hear is that teeth whitening treatment, while effective for many, may not be the right approach for you. We can determine if it is the right way to proceed, or if you require a different cosmetic dental procedure. Alternative treatments help us address intrinsic discoloration, a problem with the tooth structure itself that hurts your smile color. (more…)

How A Custom Crown Protects Your Tooth

If you have a problem with your tooth, putting off treatment can lead to more difficulties. However, if you take signs of trouble seriously, you can learn about treatment options that preserve your oral health, support your vulnerable tooth, and even take care of your smile! Our Irving, TX dentist’s office is ready to provide a custom dental crown to support a tooth that is injured or affected by a cavity. We use different types of restorations so that we can provide a more personalized treatment experience. Your options for restorations include lifelike CEREC crowns that we can create on-site to promptly restore your oral health and maintain your natural appearance! (more…)

When Should My Next Oral Health Review Occur?

Is it already time for your next dental exam? If you have fallen out of the habit of seeing your dentist for regular reviews, you may be past due for another visit. This can create several problems for you, as missing appointments means losing out on timely treatment when oral health issues develop. Someone who takes a long break from preventive care, only to return when something feels wrong, can discover that they have several cavities, or that they have a severe cavity that will require more involved treatment. Our Irving, TX dentist’s office can provide a thorough review of your teeth and gums, and we can provide a teeth cleaning to remove harmful agents that can cause trouble for your smile. (more…)

Can Cosmetic Work Hide A Space Between Teeth?

There are many reasons why people come to our Irving, TX dentist to discuss cosmetic dentistry. Fortunately, there are several services we can recommend, which helps us find the most conservative and effective path forward to help these people make their desired improvements. Sometimes, the problem is with the way teeth are spaced. While poor alignment and spacing can call for orthodontic work, there are times when a cosmetic procedure can help. To hide a smile gap, we can use porcelain veneers to improve the appearance of teeth that are not properly aligned, or to add size to a small tooth that throws off the quality of your smile. (more…)

Implant Dentistry And Your Smile Restoration

Restorative dental work addresses problems that affect your health and often negatively affect your appearance, too. One serious issue that we can help you address is a problem with tooth loss, something that can seriously impact your smile, oral health, and bite function. You can come to our Irving, TX dental office to learn what role dental implants can play in replacing a lost tooth, or lost teeth. Implant dentistry makes it possible for us to provide permanent restorations, as well as better support for neighboring teeth and your jawbone. Remember that the longer you wait to address this issue, the more likely you are to experience oral health complications. (more…)