Addressing tooth loss means preventing serious problems for your smile down the road, including an aged appearance. Your Mansfield, TX, dentists may replace your missing teeth with dental implants, which last longer than most tooth replacement alternatives, such as bridges and dentures. But! Does that mean they can really last a lifetime?
Now that the holidays are a few days away, we would love to take a look at more holiday events taking place in Mansfield, TX. Be sure to find time to check out these events with your friends, family, and out of town visitors. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a checkup and cleaning before the New Year, then contact our team today.
Did you know that we often repair and restore smiles in Mansfield, TX, in just one sitting? In today’s blog, we would like to highlight one procedure in particular that can often address an array of esthetic issues in just one visit: dental bonding. When should you see us for bonding, and how do we restore your tooth?
We have a number of options for providing our Mansfield, TX, residents with a strong and lifelike replacements for missing teeth. From bridges to dentures, we can address minor and advanced tooth loss. However, we also have dental implants, which provide longer-lasting solutions. Let’s talk about planning and placing your new teeth with advanced technology.
When we lose a tooth, this could lead to major changes to your smile’s health, alignment, and stability. In order to prevent these complications, we recommend replacing missing teeth as soon as possible. In today’s blog, your Mansfield, TX, dentists talk about how we replace lost teeth with a custom-made dental bridge.
When a patient needs a filling, we provide a metal-free option that blends with the smile. For those in need of more substantial repair, such as a crown placement, we again take steps to ensure a lifelike appearance. In today’s blog, your Mansfield, TX, dentists explain how we create and place a crown created from strong and lifelike porcelain.
Do you often snore? In addition to driving your significant other up the wall, this habit could also point to the presence of a serious disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In today’s blog, your Mansfield, TX, dentists look at what causes us to snore, and possible solutions for your sleep apnea.
For some people, routine dental visits are no cause for alarm while the idea of restorative dental work can cause feelings of anxiety. For others, any trip to the dentist’s office can lead to some concern. No matter what your natural comfort level with oral health care is, you should be able to enjoy the most comfortable treatment experience possible. At our Mansfield, TX dental practice, we are committed to delivering care in a comfortable and welcoming environment. In addition to providing modern treatments in order to keep you comfortable in the dentist’s chair, you can rely on us to provide dental work that preserves your natural smile. Because of this, you can feel comfortable coming into our office, and completely comfortable with the results of our care! (more…)
To many people, trouble sleeping means an inability to fall asleep, or a tendency to wake up in the middle of night and be unable to fall back to sleep. Such issues can be highly problematic, but in many cases, people are aware that the issue exists. With obstructive sleep apnea, that isn’t always the case, and you may experience poor quality sleep for years before realizing you aren’t resting as peacefully as you believed. At our Mansfield, TX, dental office, we may be able to help you address your sleep apnea in a comfortable and convenient manner, with a custom-designed sleep apnea appliance. (more…)
Next week is Thanksgiving! Will you be traveling out of town, or welcoming family and friends to your home? If you have people heading to Mansfield, TX, then be sure to check out these fun activities happening this weekend and next week! In addition, remember that we’re here to help you enjoy a better smile and use your dental insurance benefits before they expire.