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Serving Fort Worth, Arlington, Keller and surrounding areas of Texas.


Are my teeth becoming crooked?

Are my teeth becoming crooked?

Are my teeth becoming crooked? This is a common question that people ask their friends, family, or coworkers when they start noticing a change in their smile or bite. Teeth shift and change in their alignment every minute of the day. However, when the forces of our bite balance one another appropriately, the shifting is hardly noticeable.

Fixed Denture


Dentures have been around since 700 BC in some form and were made of human or animal teeth then. A famous US President, George Washington had dentures that were made with the best material available in the 1700s. Fast forward hundreds of years, dentures are used as an interim treatment option for many people.

Implants Over Dentures


It is great news that human beings are living longer than ever. The older population of the world (aged 65 and over) is 8.5 percent of people worldwide and that percentage is set to double by 2050 according to the National Institutes of Health. This means teeth must be able to last longer. And in the many cases, in which they don’t, the alternative options for replacing teeth should be compatible, functional, and esthetically pleasing.

Dental Implants or Dentures

Dental Implants or Dentures

When it comes to replacing missing teeth, dental implants or dentures are the most common options for replacing teeth currently. There are a number of differences in choosing an implant as a replacement choice or choosing dentures. If you are unsure of which method works best for you, read on to obtain a firmer understanding of what each option has to offer.

Will a dental implant hurt?

Will a dental implant hurt

You’ve just had a tooth extracted or are about to have a tooth extracted and find yourself considering having an implant placed. The most common question asked when it comes to a dental procedure is will it hurt? When it comes to most surgical procedures, dental or just in general, some discomfort during the recovery phase is inevitable.

Dental Bone Loss

Dental Bone Loss

Having sufficient bone levels in your mouth is very important not only for esthetic reasons, but for functional reasons as well. There are many reasons why we lose bone in our oral cavity, such as aging, trauma or periodontal disease.