Category: Implant Dentures

What’s the Big Deal with Mini Dental Implants?

Whether you’ve worn dentures for years or you’re new to the denture experience, you’ve probably encountered some of the day-to-day problems associated with this removable dental prosthetic. New dentures often have an adjustment period, where the base of the denture plate rubs sore spots on the gums. As dentures age, they become warped and can… Read more »

Dental Implants True/False Quiz with Your Mansfield Dentist

Dental implants are quickly becoming the leading choice for replacing missing teeth. They perform and feel like one’s natural teeth. This is tied to their unique use of a prosthetic tooth root. Dental implants actually replace the missing tooth root with a titanium root. The jawbone fuses to the tooth root in a process known… Read more »

Your Dentist Explains the Different Types of Dentures

Finding the best teeth replacement system can be overwhelming and stressful. We all want to feel comfortable and confident in our smile, and we want the artificial teeth to last for a long period of time. Dentures have progressed with the use of improved and lighter plastics, adhesives, impression materials, and even dental implants. Dr…. Read more »

Test Your Knowledge with Our Dentures Quiz

If you are considering dentures, you may be confused by the many options available to you. How do you know which type of dentures is the right one for you? If you are trying to decide between traditional and implant supported dentures, or if you want to learn more about full and partial dentures, your… Read more »

4 Reasons to Consider Implant-Supported Dentures

If you are looking into tooth replacement options, you may be considering dentures from our Mansfield, TX dental practice. However, you may have put off treatment because you dread the thought of ill-fitting and uncomfortable false teeth. Thanks to advanced technology and our highly personalized treatment methods, we offer state-of-the-art dentures that look and feel… Read more »

Think Dental Implants Aren’t For You? Think Again.

When you lose a tooth, the underlying bone tissue begins to degenerate at a rapid pace. After just one year, the bone could have experienced as much as a 25% loss of width, and long term studies have shown that the bone surrounding a lost tooth continues to lose mass throughout a person’s lifetime. While… Read more »