3 Sedation and Anesthetic Options for Your Dental Surgery

If you have an upcoming dental surgery, you may be wondering about managing pain and potential anxiety. After all, even though your surgery may be necessary for your oral health, you might be feeling nervous about the procedure. Fortunately, you have options for anesthesia and sedation that can help you manage the pain and have… Continue reading 3 Sedation and Anesthetic Options for Your Dental Surgery

Nervous about your oral surgery? Calm yourself with these 5 tips

Any type of surgery can cause someone to feel anxiety about the procedure. That’s why you might feel nervous about an upcoming oral surgery. Whether your treatment is for a facial injury, oral cancer, or tooth extraction or implantation, it’s very normal to feel apprehensive. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce your dental anxiety.  Here… Continue reading Nervous about your oral surgery? Calm yourself with these 5 tips

Look at The Whole Picture When Considering Dental Implants

Tooth loss has profound effects on our lives. Missing teeth makes oral function very difficult and can crush our self-esteem. Fortunately, today’s modern dental patient has a few different types of tooth replacement options. Dental implants, for instance, have quickly become the go-to prosthetic among dental professionals and the general public. Some folks might shy… Continue reading Look at The Whole Picture When Considering Dental Implants

Lost back molars: Are dental implants an option?

Dental implants can be used to replace any missing teeth, including front teeth and back molars. Implants are a flexible treatment option because they can easily replace even a single tooth. Some people feel that the back molars are expendable, and that you can easily live without these teeth. However, there are many reasons why… Continue reading Lost back molars: Are dental implants an option?

Wisdom teeth: do they stay or do they go?

Wisdom teeth are the last molars to arrive. Quite often, there isn’t enough room in the mouth for them, and they become impacted. If these teeth become impacted, they must be removed, often with oral surgery. What Are Wisdom Teeth and Why Do We Have Them? When children are young, they have baby teeth—also known… Continue reading Wisdom teeth: do they stay or do they go?

What signs and symptoms are associated with an impacted tooth?

An impacted tooth can lead to extreme discomfort and other unpleasant symptoms. If left untreated, impaction can cause serious side effects and can even prove fatal. If you experience symptoms of an impacted tooth, you should see your dentist as soon as possible for evaluation and treatment. Symptoms of an Impacted Tooth An impacted tooth… Continue reading What signs and symptoms are associated with an impacted tooth?

Increase your quality of life with dental implants

Whether it’s self-consciousness about your smile or an inability to eat healthy foods, missing teeth can have a detrimental effect on your quality of life. Today, there are many options available for tooth replacement that will restore your confidence. From traditional dental implants to All-on-4, there’s a workable replacement option available for you. Why Choose Dental… Continue reading Increase your quality of life with dental implants

WEARING MASKS WILL CONTINUE TO BE REQUIRED AT MIDTOWN ORAL SURGERY

In light of recent announcements from city, county, and state officials around mask mandates, we wanted to share the following:

Masks are still required for everyone entering our office, including those who have been vaccinated.

Why are we doing this?

  • We are continuing to follow the guidelines and recommendations from the CDC, The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners, other science-based organizations, and medical experts.
  • More infectious variants are circulating in Texas, and millions more people need to be vaccinated.
  • We know that wearing masks work in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you for understanding, and for helping to protect our patients, families, and employees.

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