The DFW Dental Implant Center Blog
August 11, 2023
When you think of perfect smiles, it’s hard not to picture the bright photos spread across your Instagram feed or the buzz of the crowd at a red-carpet premiere. To many, this picturesque smile is what sets them apart from the people they idolize. However, advances in cosmetic dentistry have put the ideal grin back within everyone’s reach.
But this phenomenon goes beyond mere aesthetics. Many cosmetic dentistry treatments can also restore the functionality of teeth while improving their look. If you’ve been curious about how to obtain the bright smile you’ve always dreamed of, continue reading.(more…)
July 9, 2023
Dental implants revolutionized tooth replacement because they are the only method to recreate the roots and the crowns of lost teeth. Most people with good oral and general health can replace their missing teeth with dental implants, but can you be too old for them? You’re never too old for dental implants, but there are a few things you should know.
June 12, 2023
Are you a frequent traveler, constantly on the go for business or pleasure? If so, you might be curious about how your travel lifestyle affects certain aspects of your dental health, specifically when it comes to receiving dental implants. While it’s crucial to replace missing teeth promptly, you may wonder if getting dental implants will require you to take a significant amount of time off from your busy schedule. The good news is that it may not necessarily be the case! Here’s what your dentist wants you to know about dental implants and their compatibility with your travel lifestyle.(more…)
May 4, 2023
For those who have had a tooth that’s severely damaged or hurts, a tooth extraction may be necessary. The idea of tooth extraction can be daunting, and it’s understandable to feel anxious about it. However, your dentist will only recommend extraction if the tooth is beyond saving. In some cases, they may recommend having the tooth pulled even if it isn’t causing any pain. Keep reading to learn why a tooth extraction may be necessary, even if it doesn’t hurt.(more…)
April 5, 2023
So, you’ve just had one of your teeth pulled. You’re probably happy to have finished the treatment – delaying it would have caused more problems! That said, perhaps you’re worried you might get a dry socket now. The latter, after all, is always a possibility following a tooth extraction. In reality, though, your odds of suffering this condition are low. As long as you follow the correct post-op instructions, you can avoid it. Here’s a summary of the matter from your local Dallas dentist to prove it.(more…)