When you lose teeth, this could mean gaps in your smile and eventually, weakened jawbone structure. To restore what has been lost and leave your smile ready for dental implant placement, we could offer bone grafting. In today’s blog, your Irving, TX, dentist talks about the grafting procedure and how we proceed with implant placement.
Category: Restorative Dentistry
How Tooth Extraction Can Save Your Smile
When possible, we repair a tooth with a crown or possibly dental bonding, preventing major complications following injury or decay. But sometimes concerns arise that cannot be treated with a restoration, and leaving them in place instead increases the risk of major problems. To avoid these and safeguard your remaining teeth, your Irving, TX, dentist… Read more »
Root Canals Can Help Prevent Tooth Loss
When you have a cavity, a dental filling can bring relief and save the tooth. But what happens when a tooth has severe decay, or an infected tooth? In these situations, your Irving, TX, dentist could offer an endodontic treatment known as a root canal to treat the issue and preserve your smile’s stability.
Which Type Of Denture Will Your Smile Need?
When you suffer from advanced tooth loss, a bridge or an individual dental implant isn’t enough to return your smile to full function, health, and beauty. Instead, you need a dental prosthetic, such as a full or partial denture. In today’s blog, your Irving, TX, dentist looks at the difference between these options.
A Full Smile With Custom Bridges
When you have lost a tooth, or have three to four missing in a row, then you may need a dental bridge. The prosthetic is custom-made and helps replace your missing teeth. In today’s blog, your Irving, TX, dentist looks at the dangers for missing teeth, and how dental bridges can help you enjoy a… Read more »
How Dental Implants Preserve Smiles
When you have missing teeth, this could alter your smile and even lead to a prematurely aged appearance. But we have a replacement option that can prevent these negative changes to your jaw. In today’s blog, your Irving, TX, dentist talks about how we use dental implants to help replace teeth and preserve your smile.
Does Your Smile Need A Partial Denture?
When you have lost several teeth, with gaps left spread out across your smile, then you may need a dental prosthetic. With a custom set of partial dentures, we can fill these gaps with lifelike replacement teeth. In today’s blog, your Irving, TX, dentist talks about when smiles need a partial set of dentures.
Placing Our Partial Dental Crowns
We recently talked about our dental crowns, and how we create and place them in only one visit. But what if you have an issue too severe for fillings, but not serious enough for a complete crown? In these situations, your Irving, TX, dentist can create and place partial crowns like inlays and onlays.
CEREC Crowns Can Be Placed In One Visit
When a tooth sustains major damage or a severe cavity develops, then a restoration could be needed to treat your smile. Instead of requiring multiple visits to complete, our team could use CEREC technology to create and secure a dental crown in only one visit. In today’s blog, your Irving, TX, dentist talks about our… Read more »
Crafting Fillings That Look Natural
Dental fillings don’t have to be made from metal. Instead, our team can offer a restoration made from a metal-free material. These will be tooth-colored and bring relief from an untreated cavity. In today’s blog, your Irving, TX, dentist talks about how we prepare and place dental fillings that look natural.