Dentures Vs All-on-4 Dental Implants: A Complete Guide

At Texas Implant and Dental Center of Amarillo, we prioritize your well-being, with our seasoned team committed to delivering optimal care. We recognize the complexity that comes with deciding between all-on-4 dental implants and dentures – both of which present distinct advantages and disadvantages. To aid your decision-making process, we will dissect the characteristics of […]

Dental Implants for Dentures in Amarillo

Dental Implants for Dentures in Amarillo Have you been told or want your remaining teeth removed and are considering Immediate Dentures? You need to consider your options when it comes to dental implants for dentures. Do you have a old lower denture that is loose or do you have difficulty wearing your dentures? Who should consider […]

Dental Implant Failure and Smoking

For those missing teeth, dental implants offer the most reliable, long-lasting solution. In fact, with appropriate care, implants can last a lifetime. Smoking, however, can significantly hinder the results of treatment and even lead to implant failure in many cases. Here, our team of doctors at Amarillo Denture Clinic and Implant Center in Amarillo, TX explores the link […]

IV Sedation for your Dental Procedure

IV Sedation Available upon Request for your dental procedure Dr. Damon offers Amarillo area residents the comfort of IV Sedation with dental procedures. He is fully aware that going to the dentist can be anxiety-provoking, uncomfortable, and long…. so why not sleep through it? This is not halcyon or the “pill” or Oral Sedation, this is […]

What is guided dental implant surgery?

Guided Dental Implant Placement  In our office we have an ICAT – this is a 3D CT Scanner that scans the head and jaws. It gives us an exact 3-D model of your jaws. It is also the same technology as a Cat Scan you get in the hospital. With this information, we can directly […]

The History of Dental Implants

Dental implants are a popular tooth replacement option. However, the implants that are in use today were developed by Dr. P I Brannenmark starting in the 1960s and came into use in the USA starting in 1980. Prior to the modern “Root Form” implant, we used subperiosteal implants or blade implants, these came out of […]

Why Traditional Dentures Can Lead to Bone Loss

Individuals with significant tooth loss choose dentures to restore their smile and function. While this tooth replacement option is effective at replacing teeth, providing about 10% of function compared to normal teeth; dentures can lead to bone loss over time. The bone loss overtime, results in a denture that is loose fitting and makes for implant therapy […]

Replacement Dentures in Amarillo, Texas

Replacement Dentures Removable Dentures are custom made to your mouth and only your mouth. They are made of denture teeth and denture acrylic – the pink part. But over time, teeth wear, denture teeth break, and they no longer fit as they once did. Dentures are not meant to last a lifetime. In this blog […]

Dental Implants Amarillo, Texas

Types of Dental Implants There are 2 main types of Dental Implants used to restore teeth or permanent full-arch teeth. (There are zygoma implants but that is out of the scope of this blog) Traditional or Root Bound– these were the original implants developed in the 1970’s and the type of implants that are most […]

All on Four Dental Implant Procedure – Amarillo

Secure, Palate-less, Strong, and non-Removable Tooth replacement solution Patients are demanding Permanent tooth replacement solutions more and more! With new technology and advances in dental implant surgery techniques, we are able to offer Teeth in a Day. We are performing these surgeries more and more as many patients are unhappy with living with dentures. Patients […]

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