Removable dentures tend to need replacement every five to ten years, and a bridge could last only as long as 15 years. However, dental implants may last for decades to come, and could even last for a lifetime in some cases with proper care and attention. But what makes a dental implant last so long?… Read more »
Category: Prosthetic Dentistry
Last week, we explained how a single missing tooth could be addressed with a bridge. But what if you have a more substantial case of tooth loss? To help replace multiple missing teeth, you may be ready to try a full or partial denture. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist explains how we plan… Read more »
When you lose even one tooth, this could be a source of embarrassment and eventually, impact the health and function of your entire smile. To replace the lost tooth and ensure an attractive appearance, our team may suggest a bridge. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist will talk about crown- and implant-supported bridges.
We’ve talked a lot about addressing tooth loss, including the benefits of bridges and removable dentures. But in today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist would like to focus on a different approach. With dental implants, we have a longer-lasting solution to minor or advanced tooth loss, enabling you to enjoy a full smile once again!
When you suffer the loss of several natural teeth, this could mean you need a prosthetic to avoid problems eating or even speaking clearly. To address these complications, we may suggest a denture. In today’s blog, your Cleveland, TX, dentist will look at three unique options to replace lost teeth and restore your smile.
When one or more of your teeth become lost, the function and health of your smile suffers, along with the beauty of your smile too. To help you obtain a full smile once again, your Cleveland, TX, dentist may suggest a bridge. In today’s blog, we’re going to explain how we create one, and the… Read more »
The good news about modern dental treatment is that many of the common problems that used to devastate people’s smiles can now be effectively treated and managed with optimal results. This includes the loss of one or more teeth, which can potentially have several diminishing impacts on the overall state of your oral health. Today,… Read more »
Though many people believe it’s inevitable, the truth is that tooth loss is largely preventable. There are many different potential causes behind it, and the majority of these causes can be prevented or treated early, before you end up losing one or more teeth because of it. If you do experience tooth loss, then there… Read more »
Sticking to a good dental hygiene routine every day and visiting your dentist routinely for checkups and cleanings are good ways to lower your risks of experiencing most dental health concerns. That’s because the most common concerns, like tooth decay and gum disease, are the products of certain types of oral bacteria being allowed to… Read more »
Dealing with tooth loss isn’t like dealing with other concerns with your tooth structure. If a tooth is damaged or develops a cavity, then the goal of treating it is to restore the tooth’s strength and integrity so that you can protect and preserve it better. However, if the tooth is lost or extracted, the… Read more »