If you’ve just had your wisdom teeth removed, then you can expect to experience some soreness after this procedure. For most people, the discomfort dissipates, and in a matter of a few days to a week you’re back to your old self again. However, what if the extraction site is extremely painful? In that case, you need to see your dentist immediately. You may have developed a dry socket after extraction in Memorial. Read on to learn more about this condition, what can be done and how to prevent a dry socket from happening.
Mark Gray DDS Blog
December 16, 2018
November 21, 2018
Often times, we tend to view overall health in segments. Thus, it may not seem that a problem in one area could have an effect on another part of the body. Your dentist in Memorial says that can be a costly misconception that limits the chances of recovering from illnesses and conditions. An example is the connection between your gastrointestinal health and dental wellness. As you read on, learn how the two are related.
November 13, 2018
Missing teeth in Memorial can do more than impact your appearance. They can also interfere with the normal digestion of food. When this happens, the consequences can include indigestion, difficulty in swallowing and nutritional deficiencies. The solution is to see your dentist for a checkup and full evaluation.
September 14, 2018
Dental implants are one of the most life-changing dental procedures available today. They offer millions of Americans a way to replace their missing teeth with a restoration that looks and feels more natural than anything else. Another big reason that both patients and dentists love implants so much is their low failure rate of 2% (in non-smokers). However, although 2% is a small number, it still amounts to thousands of failures each year. So, how can you tell if you have a failing dental implant and what can be done about it? Keep reading to find out!
July 30, 2018
Dental implants are a comprehensive tooth replacement that can help you enjoy a complete, beautiful smile for a lifetime after tooth loss. The procedure is completed over the course of two major phases: placement and restoration. Keep reading to learn more about the difference between the two and what you can expect along the way. We cover placing vs. restoring implants in Memorial in full detail!