Dental Blog

Full Arch Dental Implant Model
Do you have tooth loss? There is no doubt that this can affect your smile and even your confidence. Dental implants can help correct this issue. However, if there is any missing bone in your mouth, dental implants may not be long-lasting. Fortunately, there is a revolutionary procedure known as All-On-Four® dental implants that work …
Sinus Lift Graphic
Dental implants continue to be some of the most talked about advancements in the dental field. Now widely available, including in Austin, TX, dental implants offer permanent replacements for missing teeth. They can even help anchor a denture prosthetic for people who are without teeth in one arch. What happens, though, when you are told …
Dental Implant Patients Smiling
Dental implants have been around for thousands of years. Although the methods and technology are different today, the overall concept has stayed the same since the time they were first used in some of the oldest cultures of the world, including Ancient Egypt, Ancient Maya, and Ancient China. The honest reason for the implant’s longevity …
Dental Implants Model
When put in properly in, dental implants can last for several years in Austin, TX. Sometimes they even function well for the rest of a patient’s life! However, there are a few factors that can make it more likely a person’s implants will need replacing sooner than initially anticipated:    Not visiting the dentist regularly after getting …
a patient smiling after his dental implant procedure
Are you getting ready to replace your missing teeth with durable dental implants? If so, congratulations on making a wise, long-term tooth replacement choice! Whether you’re receiving a single implant or replacing an entire arch with implant-supported dentures, you may be wondering how to care for your new teeth and maintain good oral hygiene. Here …
a patient smiling after his dental treatment with sedation
Going to the dentist is one of those things we all know has lifelong benefits, but many people are nervous about their visits, and some are too scared to go at all! If you’re one of the millions of Americans with dental anxiety, we encourage you to visit our periodontist. Sedation dentistry can be your …