When you lose most of your teeth, then you may need a denture to address the issue and restore function and beauty. We’ve talked about implant dentures, but what if you’ve lost mass and density in your jawbone tissue? If so, then your Allen, TX, dentist may suggest All-On-4®! In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss this option and how it helps those who may not otherwise qualify for implant dentistry.
Nothing is worse for your grin than losing one or more teeth. Having gaps in your smile not only blemishes it, but can cause a decrease in confidence as people become more and more self-conscious of their appearance. What’s more, structures removed due to infection or other means can actually become a detriment to your bite’s function. Fortunately, your Allen, TX dentist at Allen Family Dental can help you restore your smile’s appearance, function, and overall strength through the use of dental implants.
Next week, many of us will celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday! While we may not be attending the usual large family gathering, we will still be indulging in our favorite dishes. However, many of these dishes contain ingredients that cause cavities. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist offers a few tips for protecting teeth from tooth decay.
While teeth whitening targets and removes discoloration, what if you also have issues with the shape of your teeth? Fortunately, we have composite resin, which we use in dental bonding procedures to address a wide array of cosmetic and even restorative issues. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist explains how we provide single-visit repair with dental bonding.
We know how confident a bright smile can make us feel, so we offer our patients a professional teeth whitening option. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist will look at the at-home option we provide that ensures more dramatic and longer-lasting results than most store-bought options.
If you have pain in and around your jaw pain, or frequent headaches and migraines, then the culprit could be in your smile! Jaw joint strains and bite imbalance could lead to issues like TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, and bruxism, which refers to chronic teeth grinding. To restore comfort and balance to your smile, your Allen, TX, dentist may suggest an oral appliance!
During this time of year, we all enjoy dressing up in spooky costumes and watching our favorite scary movies! However, what makes this time extra spooky for your Allen, TX, dentist, is all the candy people consume. Too many sweets are a recipe for cavities, but fortunately we have a few tips to help protect your smile!
In our last blog, we discussed dental sealants, which help protect little smiles. We would like to continued our focus on children’s dentistry. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist is going to look at how you can keep your child’s smile healthy from home, and why kids of all ages need routine checkup and cleaning visits!
Tooth decay impacts people of all ages, and kids could be especially vulnerable, as proper brushing and flossing is often difficult. To help lower the risk of tooth decay and safeguard little smiles, your Allen, TX, dentist may suggest dental sealants. How do these unique acrylic coating prevent cavities? What does placing them involve?
When we see you every six months, we do more than just examine your smile. We also perform a thorough cleaning, which does what brushing and flossing alone cannot. By removing all plaque and tartar, we help you enjoy better oral health. In today’s blog, your Allen, TX, dentist is talking about dental cleanings, what you should expect from this routine procedure.