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4 Exciting Innovations in Dental Implant Technology

January 25, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — txdental @ 6:39 pm
A woman learning about dental implant technology.

Dental implants have become not only more reliable, but predictable. This means when you want to replace teeth using dental implant technology, you can have greater confidence that your treatment is going to be a success! Of course, that doesn’t mean researchers have stopped figuring out ways to make them better every single day. Whether you want to learn more about the gold standard of tooth replacement for yourself or for a family member, here are four innovations that make dental implant treatment better in just about every way!

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Will My Insurance Cover the Cost of Sedation Dentistry

October 22, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — txdental @ 5:00 pm
Closeup of nose piece for nitrous oxide

Does the sheer thought of visiting the dentist send a bead of sweat down your spine? You’re not alone. In fact, many Americans struggle with mild to severe anxiety surrounding dental treatment. Fortunately, nitrous oxide and IV sedation can help even the most nervous patients have a stress-free, comfortable experience. But is sedation dentistry covered by insurance? Read on to find out!

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What Does Having Dental Implants Feel Like?

June 17, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — txdental @ 3:36 am
Smiling dentist holds model jaw with dental implants

If you’re interested in replacing missing teeth with the next best thing, dental implants in Prosper are the best way to rebuild your smile! This modern dental restoration is designed to replace every part of your tooth, both above and below the gumline. Not only does this provide incredible durability, functionality, and longevity, but it creates an incredibly comfortable and lifelike feel as well. Read on to learn more about how dental implants feel compared to other tooth replacement options and your natural teeth.

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