The DFW Dental Implant Center Blog
June 6, 2020
There have been many changes to your life over the last several weeks as we all work together to curve the coronavirus pandemic. Life looks a bit different as everyone wears face masks and keeps their distance; however, those aren’t the only changes. Your dental office has removed magazines and some chairs. In some cases, they may have even eliminated their waiting room altogether. They aren’t taking them out to make you uncomfortable. Instead, they are doing their part to keep patients and the community safe. Here’s what they are doing to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
May 11, 2020
Every day, we learn more about coronavirus, but one thing remains unchanged. Hand washing and sanitizer are key to preventing the spread of COVID-19. This is an easy way to protect yourself and others because washing your hands has always been a part of your life. While you have a lot of practice washing your hands, simple mistakes can put yourself and others at risk. Here’s what you need to know to properly clean your hands to keep COVID-19 at bay.
April 7, 2020
With a set of dentures, you’re able to lead a normal life again, eating many of the foods you love and smiling with confidence. However, your prosthetics aren’t infallible; they can become worn. With COVID-19 cases still on the rise, this may be the worse time for problems to occur with your dentures. Unfortunately, it’s quite possible for issues to arise. Because you can’t shelter in place without your teeth, what should you do about damaged dentures? Continue reading to find out.(more…)
March 14, 2020
Would you like to restore your smile, but don’t want to wait months in order for the process to be completed? You’re definitely not alone, which is why certain prosthodontists offer Teeth-in-a-Day. Even though it sounds too good to be true, it’s not! This procedure is a great option for patients who are missing an entire arch of teeth and would like to replace them with the latest restorative solution available, called dental implants. Read on to learn about how Teeth-in-a-Day works and why it could be the best treatment for your needs!(more…)
January 31, 2020
After you’ve experienced life with missing teeth, you’ll be more than happy to fill the gap with an implant that lets you chew and talk normally again. But can you expect it to last? Dental implants are generally considered much more permanent than traditional dentures and bridges, but their longevity does largely depend on how you take care of them. Here’s what you need to know about the lifespan of dental implants – and how you can extend it.