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Treating Your Everyday Smile Concerns

Do you consciously keep your lips together when you smile, or even cover your mouth while smiling, due to being embarrassed by how your mouth looks? Do you have other persistent conditions that you wish you could do something about? Far too many people are dissatisfied with their oral health and even refrain from smiling or cover their mouths, rather than suffer the embarrassment of an imperfect smile. Don’t let your smile hold you back from showing who you are and your personality! At iSmile Dental, we are dedicated to achieving the smile you want.

Don’t let your smile hold you back from showing who you are and your personality!

Even the Small Things Matter!

At iSmile Dental, we are dedicated to making your smile shine and to also make it healthy. During your visits we want to here from you and any issues that you may be experiencing when it comes to your oral health. Whether you are wanting to whiten your teeth or may be experiencing gum disease; everything counts! At iSmile Dental, we treat the following conditions:

Loose Dentures

Due to wear and jawbone recession, dentures can come loose, causing painful friction against your gums. Our tooth replacement specialists at iSmile Dental offer multiple loose denture treatments, from implant supported dentures to full mouth or full arch dental implants. These solutions are anchored firmly into your jaw and strong enough to allow you to eat all your favorite foods! Our dentist is highly qualified to provide treatment to replace missing teeth, including rebuilding lost jawbone.

Bad Breath

Occasional bad breath after eating a spicy or garlicky meal, or upon waking up in the morning, is normal and can generally be remedied with mints or by brushing your teeth. However, if you have constant bad breath (known as halitosis) accompanied by gums that bleed easily, a bad taste in your mouth, sensitive or loose teeth, and gum recession, the cause may be something more ominous: gum disease. Eventually, untreated gum disease may cause tooth loss, compromise your immune system and aggravate existing medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. Advanced cases of gum disease have even been linked to heart attack and stroke! Our team at iSmile Dental can treat your bad breath by performing customized gum disease treatments to eliminate bacteria and infection, restoring proper health to your mouth.

Bleeding Gums

If your gums bleed easily when you brush and floss, you’re experiencing one of the most common symptoms of gum disease. When plaque is allowed to harden into tartar, it releases bacteria that irritate the gums. This can cause your gums to bleed easily and appear red and swollen. Over time, your gums will recede and pull away from your teeth, creating more space for bacteria and tartar to collect—and eventually, gum disease can become uncurable! Advanced stages of gum disease are linked to systemic health complications, including respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, and even heart attack and stroke! You may also find it increasingly difficult to control pre-existing medical conditions, such as diabetes. It’s critical to your oral health and physical well-being that you seek treatment at the first sign of swollen and/or bleeding gums. If you have bleeding gums, reach out to our experienced team at iSmile Dental. There are many surgical and non-surgical procedures available that can treat and monitor your gum disease. Once you’ve been evaluated, our team will determine if you need one or more of these treatments.

Cracked Teeth

A cracked tooth can bring about difficulty eating certain foods, fear that a tooth may begin to fall apart, and embarrassment over the look of your smile … and these concerns are just the beginning! Even when not accompanied by much pain, chipped, broken or cracked teeth can create their share of problems. If a tooth is broken open, bacteria can easily get inside it and cause a painful infection that, if not addressed, may require advanced treatment such as root canal therapy. Our experienced dentist at iSmile Dental can make a tooth strong and whole again with proven treatment for damaged and cracked teeth. With treatment options that include dental fillings, inlays and onlays, dental crowns and dental bonding, our team can make cracked teeth look like new!

Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth may make you feel self-conscious about speaking and smiling, but misaligned teeth aren’t just a cosmetic problem. Crooked, gapped or misaligned teeth can also be a challenge to maintain, and if plaque and tartar are allowed to collect in hard-to-reach places in your mouth, it makes your teeth more likely to succumb to decay. Crooked teeth can also skew your bite, preventing your teeth from meeting harmoniously, resulting in functional issues and severe jaw discomfort. If you’d like to smile freely and confidently, as well as avoid unnecessary health complications, count on your dentist at iSmile Dental to reliably straighten your crooked teeth!

Gum Disease

Red, receding or tender gums, sensitive teeth, and pockets forming between the gums and teeth are all signs of gum disease. Brushing and flossing twice daily, in addition to having regular checkups and professional cleanings at iSmile Dental, are critical to maintaining your dental health. By following recommended dental hygiene routines, you eliminate harmful oral bacteria which, when allowed to flourish, can cause gum disease or periodontal disease. Untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss, jawbone recession, and even serious whole-body health problems like cardiovascular disease! It’s also been linked to systemic health issues including respiratory disease, diabetes, pregnancy complications, and even heart disease, stroke and cancer! With all the dangers that gum disease can present, it’s easy to see why you should see your dentist and get help at the first sign of symptoms!

Gummy Smile

A great smile is noticeably healthy and attractive. The teeth are all whole, aligned and shiny. But there’s another aspect to a smile that many people don’t think of: the gum tissue. Gums don’t just provide a protective barrier for your teeth, they contribute to your smile and overall look. Ideally, they feel comfortable, maintain a healthy shade of pink, and are in good proportion to the teeth they protect. If they dominate your smile, make your teeth look short, or make you feel self-conscious, you may need treatment for a gummy smile. Our dentist at iSmile Dental offers precise gum recontouring at our state-of-the-art practice. With years of experience helping our patients achieve cosmetically appealing smiles, our cosmetic dentist can typically complete gummy smile treatment in just one office visit, so we encourage you to consider just how easy an attractive smile with a balanced gumline can be.

Missing or Failing Teeth

If you’ve lost teeth, you might only be able to eat soft foods, you might not be able to speak clearly and naturally, and your face may have even taken on a sunken appearance. It’s likely that your failing teeth have affected your self-esteem, as well. Apart from the ways tooth loss can decrease your quality of life, it can also trigger a sort of “domino effect” in your health. Without natural tooth roots stimulating healthy bone growth, the bone beneath the empty tooth socket will begin to deteriorate. This can spread, and even lead to additional tooth loss in adjacent teeth! The good news is that there are many solutions to recover your smile at iSmile Dental, including dental bridges and dental implants, which offer jaw protection and the function and esthetics of real teeth. If you have failing or missing teeth, give us a call, and our knowledgeable dentist will help you find the tooth replacement solution you need for a complete, confident and healthy smile!

Toothache

Whether minor or severe, toothaches can affect your daily life. You might have trouble concentrating, sleeping, eating, drinking or speaking. Our dentist at iSmile Dental can offer effective treatments for your toothache. We will examine the tooth thoroughly and take X-rays, so we know what’s going on outside and inside the tooth enamel, then we’ll do everything we can to eliminate your pain and preserve your natural tooth. In some cases, a severely infected or damaged tooth must be removed. With the exception of wisdom teeth, most extracted teeth should be replaced, since you may find eating and speaking awkward, and your jawbone tends to recede where there are gaps in your smile. Dentures and bridges are always popular replacements, and patients who are looking for a dependably choice may wish to choose dental implants. Dental implants look, feel and function just like real teeth—and they’re built to last. They never develop decay, so they’ll never cause you pain.

Yellow or Discolored Teeth

Even if you have a full set of healthy teeth, you might feel the need to hide your smile. Discolored, darkened and/or yellow teeth can significantly harm your confidence and self-esteem. The good news is that this can all be taken care of with professional teeth whitening at iSmile Dental! Whiter teeth can instantly give you the self-confidence boost and the more carefree life you’ve been wanting. Not only can we make your teeth whiter, we can even help you choose a shade that complements your skin tone or meets any personal preferences you may have. We’re able to customize the whitening process to your unique specifications. Come in and see how our dentist can put an end to your yellow teeth.

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Your Home for General Dentistry in Fort Worth, TX

Finding a general dentist in Fort Worth, TX that offers everything you need can be difficult, if not downright frustrating. That’s why we’ve made it a point to combine everything our patients need and want in one, state-of-the-art dental practice. We work with numerous insurance companies and will help you make the most of your benefits by filing claims for you. Minimally invasive approaches are always preferred here which is why we use advanced technology and a gentle touch. We know you have a busy schedule which is why we offer convenient hours. We take pride in providing dental care that is friendly, personalized, and comprehensive—and have generations of patients to show for it. With our broad range of services and experienced staff, we can help you and your loved ones achieve healthy, beautiful smiles for life with general dentistry in Fort Worth, TX!

Our Key Dental Services

From teeth cleanings to x-rays and oral cancer screenings we’re the hub for all your preventive dentistry care. Each visit will be tailored to your unique needs while always offering the highest level of care. Routine visits should be maintained twice a year in order to catch early signs of dental decay and disease and prevent them altogether.

Life loves to serve you the unexpected, doesn’t it? We’re here for you when it does with timely and caring emergency dentistry. We do everything possible to provide you with same-day or next-day treatment for cracked or broken teeth, knocked-out teeth, broken restorations, bleeding gums, and toothaches in [city], [state].

Whether you have a weakened or broken tooth or are missing a tooth altogether, we offer custom and cosmetic crowns and bridges[LINK TO CROWNS AND BRIDGES] in [city], [state] to restore your smile. Crowns restore function and health to a damaged tooth or one that has been treated with a root canal. Bridges provide a tooth replacement by “bridging” the gap left behind by missing teeth.

A toothache is frequently caused by tooth decay that has created a cavity. When this happens, we can clear out the decay completely and put a filling in the empty space to reinforce the tooth. To preserve your smile aesthetics, we’ll provide composite, tooth-colored fillings that don’t show through the tooth enamel. No one will know you ever had a cavity and your tooth pain will be gone for good!

Improve the appearance of your smile with personalized care from our cosmetic dentist in [city], [state]. Using a variety of cosmetic dentistry services, including inlays, onlays, composite bonding, teeth whitening, and porcelain veneers, we can perfect your smile and give your confidence a boost!

Do you snore at night? Do you wake most mornings with a headache and feel fatigued even after sleeping through the night? You may have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Night guards or custom oral appliances can open your airway and help you get the restful sleep you, and your partner, need!

Ongoing popping, pain, locking, or stiffness in your jaw may signal problems with your temporomandibular joints (TMJ), the hinges that allow your mouth to open and close. A TMJ disorder can occur for a number of reasons from malocclusion (bad bite) or unhealthy oral habits. We frequently recommend two conservative treatments: A customized mouthguard can relax your jaw and prevent teeth grinding and clenching and an occlusal adjustment can reshape the bite surfaces of the teeth to allow them to close together comfortably.

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We hope that with each visit to our dental practice in Fort Worth, TX we get to know you a little bit better.

Lasting Relationships, Lasting Oral Health

At iSmile Dental we don’t just offer general dentistry, we build relationships. We hope that with each visit to our dental practice we get to know you a little bit better. In doing so, we believe we’ll be able to offer you a better overall experience and be able to tailor our treatment plans to your unique needs and oral health habits. Regular dental visits and proper hygiene routines at home can turn into positive life-long oral habits and a healthier lifestyle in the future. With studies showing that dental health is directly connected to overall health, we know just how significant these influences can be on patients of any age. We’ll provide the guidance you need to maintain proper dental health for years to come.

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