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    Are you embarrassed by loose, removable teeth?  

  • Do you find yourself covering your smile with your hand when around others?

  • Do you order food that is soft so you don’t have to chew to eat it?

  • Do you find it hard to speak clearly?

  • Have you lost your sense of taste and enjoyment of food?

  • Do you avoid social events because of the appearance of your smile?

Dental implants are made to last a lifetime with proper care.  Tooth decay is a thing of the past!You can get rid of bulky plastic in your mouth with implants. 

Life does not afford many second chances - with dental implants it is possible to regain function, confidence, and quality of life. 

Give yourself a gift.  Consider dental implants to replace your missing teeth.  

Call today for a free consult at 214-771-3130 or submit an appointment request

worn-teeth"I want to keep my teeth for a lifetime-!"----Its very rare to find anyone who does not have that as a goal. What we are finding as dentists is that the increased lifespan is creating challenges to that goal. What is happening is teeth are just simply WEARING OUT! If you see chipping or flattening on the edges of the top front teeth, it is a tip off that the hard enamel layer is damaged. For teeth to last 80,90,or even 100 years the wearing must be addressed -----or it could be a disaster. The next time you are in for a dental visit ask about how the enamel is holding up. It could save you dollars and -------your teeth!

A common statement I hear from teeth whitening patients in my office from attempts at making their smile brighter is "whitening doesn't work for me, I have tried everything and they went back to the same color".

In taking their history, various whitening methods will have been tried. Among them:

  1. A one time procedure with a light that changes them multiple shades, but fades back.
  2. Over the counter methods like crest strips and such that give mediocre results but gain less than expected.
  3. Tray systems that are involved with whitening materials that helped some but not a bright as you expected.

Bottom line -  teeth whitening is generally an experience that most feel did not give the expected result.

Tooth Grinding HeadacheTo continue to be current on the latest information for my patients, I just attended an extensive, in-depth training on a growing dental disease trend - Tooth grinding. Other names associated with tooth grinding are bruxism or clenching.

It is associated with symptoms in a percentange of individuals such as headaches, jaw aches, toothaches and muscle spasms of the head and neck. But here in lies the irony- more than 70% of people who grind do NOT know they do. The take home lesson, is you could be inflicting irreversible damage and wear without realizing it. It is also known to be linked to sleep apnea, which is also increasing at a rapid rate unfortunately.