Dental tourism sounds like a dream. What could be better than going on an awesome vacation and coming back with a healthier smile — and saving potentially hundreds of dollars on your dental bill in the process? It’s gotten more popular over the past decade, as travel becomes easier and access to information is faster than ever. If you are considering booking a flight somewhere else to avoid the cost of something like dental implants in Dallas, we ask you to consider just a few things first.
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April 11, 2018
March 14, 2018
If you’ve experienced extensive tooth loss, it’s essential that you replace missing teeth as soon as possible. However, before you move forward with a treatment plan, you may want to take a few moments to consider the benefits of prosthetics supported by dental implants versus traditional, removable dentures. An oral surgeon or dentist will be happy to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each option and help you make the best decision for your unique situation.
February 7, 2018
Do you have ill-fitting dentures that you wish you could replace? You’ve already had to suffer from tooth loss, the last thing that you want is to face more problems from slippage, irritating dentures that just won’t stay in place.
If you’re ready for a more permanent solution to your tooth loss concerns, it’s time to explore a better restorative option: teeth in a day in Dallas! Learn more about how you can leave our office after one visit with a full, new, stable smile.
January 10, 2018
You may already know that your dentist performs some basic oral surgery. Whether you’ve gotten a tooth extracted, such as your wisdom teeth, or you needed a root canal done, your oral surgeon in Dallas can perform that and far more.
Whether it’s dental implants, a biopsy, or bone grafting, your oral surgeon can do it! If you’re figuring out what treatment you need done, just keep reading to learn about them and how they can benefit your future oral health.
December 15, 2017
Bad teeth can put a damper on your daily activities, whether you’re trying to eat a meal or out for a night on the town. If your pearly whites aren’t functioning the way that they should, you might be busy researching ways to reclaim a healthy, attractive, and functional smile. All on 4 implants might be right for you! Yes, even if the natural teeth that you have remaining are in poor condition, it is possible that you can undergo this procedure and enjoy the improved quality of life that comes with healthy teeth.
November 26, 2017
When it comes to replacing missing teeth, dental implants have quickly become the gold standard in dentistry. However, many patients shy away from this treatment option because the initial cost is high. Unlike other tooth replacement options, dental implants replace the lost root structure of the tooth and provide natural support for the replacement teeth. There are additional costs associated with this, but by recreating a more natural tooth structure, your dentist can deliver a permanent tooth replacement option.
October 7, 2017
When it comes to replacing missing teeth with a dental implant supported restoration, finding the right doctor is essential. You have a wide range of options for surgical dental implant placement. General dentists, periodontists, and oral surgeons all provide these services, but not every doctor who can place dental implants has the same level of training or amount of experience. Before you choose a doctor to place your dental implants, consider the following tips to find the right practitioner.
September 12, 2017
Have you recently been told that you need to visit an oral surgeon in Dallas for a procedure? If so, you may be a bit confused as to why one is needed. Depending on the situation, it is better to have a skilled specialist who is experienced in more complex issues to handle the treatment. In addition to the removal of wisdom teeth, they can also perform an array of treatments, such as biopsies and bone grafting.
August 31, 2017
Are you considering dental implants, but wondering if they’re worth the investment in time? Let’s cut right to the chase: they are.
Dental implants take a little (or even a lot) longer than any other method of tooth replacement, but once you have them, they’re good for a lifetime. Compare that to other options, like a fixed bridge or denture, which needs to be replaced every five to seven years, and you’ll see that getting dental implants may even SAVE you time over the long run.
July 16, 2017
The wisdom teeth are the third molars that often erupt between ages 14 and 24 or so. Some people still get their wisdom teeth into their late 30s. If you have them, you may require wisdom teeth removal in Dallas.