When you lose most of your teeth, the gradual breakdown in the jaw that follows could leave your smile unable to support traditional implant dentures. Which is why your Allen, TX, dentist offers All-On-4®. This unique implant denture helps those with weakened jawbones enjoy a full smile without undergoing bone grafting or sinus lifts.
Dental implants are very different from removable dentures or dental bridges. They offer a more stable and lifelike replacement option for a single lost tooth, or for several. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist explains how we make dental implants so lifelike, and what the placement process involves.
We recently looked at when a smile may benefit from a set of partial dentures. But what if your tooth loss is too severe for partials? With a custom approach, your Allen, TX, dentist can craft a set of custom and lifelike removable dentures, ones that address every missing tooth in your smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we design and craft your custom-made dental prosthetics.
When you lose several of your teeth, and these gaps are spaced out across the smile, then you may need more than a bridge. The option that fits in between bridges and the need for a full denture is a partial. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist will discuss how we improve your smile with a custom partial denture.
When you suffer from the loss of a tooth, this could mean serious trouble for your overall oral health and appearance. With a dental bridge, we can film these gaps with a lifelike prosthetic. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist talks about how we create and place a custom-made dental bridge that blends with your smile.
When you have an oral health concern, then we will address it with a restorative treatment. But what if you have several issues, from decay and infection to missing teeth and dental disease? To address these concerns and restore health and beauty, your Allen, TX, dentist may recommend a full mouth reconstruction.
When a tooth is infected, this could cause major discomfort and unless treated, could mean a lost tooth or even the spread of infection. To stop discomfort and prevent missing teeth, you may benefit from an endodontic treatment known as a root canal. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist will explain how we perform this treatment!
When you have a tooth that has become chipped or cracked, or developed serious decay or an infection, you may need a crown. A custom-made dental crown addresses your tooth’s needs, improving function, health, and beauty. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist talks about how we craft and place your custom and natural-looking dental restoration.
When you have a cavity, treatment with a filling could prevent an infection and preserve your tooth. Instead of metal, we have an option that allows your restoration to look natural and blend with your smile. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist talks about treating cavities with our lifelike and durable dental restoration.
Studies from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry reveals that over half of Americans are not happy with the appearance of their smiles. This could be due to gaps between teeth, unsightly stains, misalignment, and more. Fortunately, your Allen, TX, dentist can address these issues and more in just two visits using our porcelain veneers.