Congratulations! You made a great choice when you decided to go with implant-retained dentures in Arlington to restore your smile and your ability to chew and speak with confidence. Now the question is how do you properly care for your new teeth? Read on for some advice from a dentist in Arlington.
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September 9, 2018
August 14, 2018
When you choose to replace missing teeth with dental implants in Arlington, you’ve chosen a solution that will transform your smile and improve dental function. Dental implants closely mimic the structure of natural teeth. An implant is a screw-like post made of the biocompatible metal titanium that is secured within the tooth socket of your jawbone. As the bone heals around the post, a strong bond is formed. Once you’ve completely healed, different types of restorations can be attached to the implant to restore a complete smile.
July 25, 2018
Congratulations! You just got new dentures in Arlington and they look great. Your new smile is being complimented, and you can eat and speak with confidence. Now if there were just something you could do about the gum discomfort and pain that is completely normal during the first few weeks that you wear dentures. The best thing to do is see your dentist, because that pain may be due to ill-fitting dentures. But in the meantime, here are some simple home remedies that can provide relief.
July 15, 2018
Your new dentures in Arlington look great and feel even better. Moreover, they have restored your ability to eat all the foods you love and you can once again speak and smile with confidence. Why would you ever want to take them out? Well, there are several good reasons to keep your dentures in that proverbial glass of water over night. Read on for important information.
June 23, 2018
As if there aren’t enough reasons to quit smoking—reduce your risk for lung and 13 other kinds of cancer, protect your family from the dangers of second-hand smoke and add years to your life—here’s one more: smoking interferes with the success of dental implants. Research conducted at the University of Murcia in Spain found that among 66 patients with 165 dental implants, the implant failure rate for smokers was 15.8 percent, compared to just 1.4 percent in nonsmokers after five years. So if you’re considering dental implants in Arlington, now is the time to quit for the sake of your smile as well as your overall health and longevity.
June 13, 2018
More and more people are opting to go with dental implants in Arlington to replace missing teeth. They have a terrific rate of success—98 percent or higher. However, for people who have or have had gum disease, there may be some concern. Proper treatment for this bacterial infection as well as attention to detail in the preparation for and placement of dental implants is required. Read on to learn more about how an implant dentist in Arlington can restore your smile.
May 18, 2018
With the All-on-4 procedure, you can have a full smile in just one day. All-on-4 secures a full denture to four dental implants that are strategically positioned along the jaw. The implants are set at an angle in order to take advantage of existing bone volume. Like standard dental implants, All-on-4 implants act like tooth roots encouraging healthy new bone tissue growth, which can help you retain the natural and more youthful shape of your jawbone. Because you’ve received implants and dentures in one appointment, special care must be taken post-op. Read on to know what you should do after you get All-On-4 dentures in Arlington.
May 8, 2018
If you are considering having your missing teeth replaced with implant-retained dentures, then you may want to consider All-On-4 dentures. These combine the security of dental implants with the convenience and attractive appearance of fixed dentures. Also know as hybrid dentures, in Arlington these have an excellent rate of success and longevity. Of course, there are steps you can take to ensure the integrity of your new dental implants and the attached prosthesis. Read on for more information.
April 26, 2018
Women who are postmenopausal and have osteoporosis have an increased risk of tooth loss. Of course, there are several choices for tooth replacement—a fixed bridge, a removable partial and dental implants in Arlington. The question is which one provides the most satisfaction to these women.
March 19, 2018
If you think dentures are antiques, think again. Dentures in Arlington have come a long way since your grandparents’ day. The way dentures are manufactured and the materials used are seriously new and improved. And also on the horizon is a new way to fit dentures that will make them more comfortable than ever. Read on to learn more about the latest developments in dentures.