Whether you or your children will be heading back to school online or in-person, we suggest setting up your checkup and cleaning visit before your schedule becomes too hectic! A preventive visit helps ensure families in Garland, TX, and surrounding communities return to their education with stronger and brighter smiles!
When you chip a tooth, or have one knocked-out completely, don’t panic! Instead, take a few quick steps to alleviate the damage or discomfort, and see us as soon as possible. In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist will look at common dental emergency situations, and discuss not only how you should respond to them, but how we may treat them too.
Did you know that dental implants boast a 98% success rate when it comes to treating tooth loss? In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist will look at how we prepare smiles and address tooth loss with long-lasting dental implants. We want to help you enjoy a lifelike solution for your tooth loss, so you once again feel proud to smile.
When you have tooth loss too severe for a bridge or a single tooth dental implant, then you may need a set of dentures. In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist is looking at the difference between removable and implant-secured dentures, and also what makes a full so different from a partial.
When you lose between one and three missing teeth, these gaps could cause problems with the health and beauty of your smile. Fortunately, your Garland, TX, dentist can offer a lifelike solution with a custom-made dental bridge. In today’s blogs, we’re looking at how a natural-looking tooth loss solution with our fixed and removable bridges.
When you have a cavity, this could lead to lead to sensitive teeth and serious toothaches. Unless treated in a timely manner, your smile could develop infections and risk tooth loss too! To preserve your smile, your Garland, TX, dentist offers dental fillings that look natural!
Your Garland, TX, dentist may remove natural teeth to protect the smile from the complications of issues like infection or wisdom tooth impaction. Once we do that, what happens next? How do we protect people from complications in the healing process, and should these teeth be replaced with bridges or implants? We’re going to talk about this process in today’s blog!
If you have a cavity, then a filling may be prescribed. If you have minor damage, we may restore your smile with cosmetic bonding. But what if your decay or damage is severe, or what if you have lost a tooth? If so, then your Garland, TX, dentist may suggest treatment with our lifelike and durable dental crowns!
Now that your children are officially on summer break, they’re probably having a hard time maintaining their regular routines, such as brushing and flossing, and are probably snacking a little more than usual. These factors could mean an increased risk of cavities! Fortunately, your Garland, TX, dentist has preventive treatments to help protect little smiles from tooth decay.
Now that we’re open to non-essential and cosmetic treatments, we’re ready to help address your esthetic concern and transform the appearance of your smile. With a single cosmetic restoration, your Garland, TX, has the ability to address multiple concerns with the shape and color of the teeth in as little as two visits!