Whatever the cause, losing one or more of our natural teeth could mean much more than embarrassing gaps in your smile. You could have trouble eating, speaking, or even experience negative changes to your facial structure. In today’s blog, your Garland, TX, dentist explains what happens when we lose teeth.
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For patients with between one and three missing teeth in a row, we may suggest a custom-made prosthetic that looks natural and prevents the complications of tooth loss. We provide our Garland, TX, patients with three different dental bridge options, including one secured with advanced dental implants. Which one will be right for your smile?
Tooth loss means the appearance of your smile suffers, as well as your overall facial structure and oral health. In order to restore Garland, TX, smiles with missing teeth, we may suggest a dental prosthetic. We have several options available, whether our patients have minor or advanced cases of tooth loss. Do you have questions… Read more »
If you have a missing tooth (or two or three) then you may need a prosthetic. Often, our team uses a dental bridge to restore the health and function of our Garland, TX, patients’ smiles. In today’s blog, we’re using a fun and informative quiz to look at the different dental bridge options we use… Read more »
Last week, we looked at how bridges can address minor tooth loss. But what if you’ve lost several teeth, or all of them? In these scenarios, you benefit from dentures, a dental prosthetic designed to address serious tooth loss and restore function and beauty to your smile. Do you have questions about dentures?
We know that losing a tooth can impact your appearance. People who experience tooth loss often feel embarrassed about their appearance. However, losing a tooth can also lead to poor oral health. Missing teeth can impact everything from alignment to facial structure.
Losing a tooth can lead to serious consequences for your oral health, even if the tooth is in the back of your mouth and isn’t noticeable. The good news is that modern dental prostheses can help you regain your smile and quality of life following tooth loss. The better news is that, despite its common… Read more »