Dentist in Magnolia
6519 FM 1488, Suite 505
Magnolia, TX 77354
832-521-8448

imaging – includes, but is not limited to, X-rays, CAT scans, MRIs, photographs, and other visual diagnostic formats immediate denture – teeth replacement prosthetic designed to be placed as soon as teeth are removed, generally will be replaced with permanent denture once healing is complete immediate implant placement – dental implant placed during the same visit as the extraction of the tooth it replaces impacted tooth – a tooth that is partially or fully unable to erupt and remains embedded in soft tissue or wedged against bone or another tooth implant – to insert or graft material into tissue implant, dental – small metal cylinder, usually titanium, placed in or on jawbone, used in conjunction with dental prosthetic as a tooth replacement solution implant dentistry – field of study and practice involving the surgical placement and maintenance of dental implants and implant-anchored tooth replacement prosthetics impression – mold of teeth and gums, made by biting a soft material, used for diagnostic and treatment planning purposes incision and drainage – small surgical cut to drain pus from an abscess incisors – four front center upper and lower teeth infiltration – use of local anesthetic by placing under the gum tissue, effective in certain parts of the mouth only inlay – filling made outside the tooth, then cemented or bonded in place to restore lost structure interproximal – adjacent surfaces between teeth within the same arch interocclusal – between upper and lower teeth of the bite intracoronal – inside the tooth crown intraoral – inside the oral cavity intraoral camera – specially designed camera for use in photographing inside the mouth, used for diagnostic purposes  

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Dentist in Magnolia | The Periodontal Disease – Diabetes Connection

February 27, 2019

Dentist Near Me Nearly 30 million Americans suffer from diabetes. Almost 65 million Americans have periodontal disease. Recent studies have suggested that there is a two-way connection between diabetes and periodontal (gum) disease. Patients with gum disease have increased risk of other diabetic complications and patients with diabetes are...

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77354 Dentist | Help! 5 Tips to Know When You Can’t Brush

February 13, 2019

Dentist in Magnolia Occasionally you might find yourself in a situation where you won’t be able to brush your teeth, perhaps through a lack of time or your location. Though it is vital to brush twice each day, here are a few steps you can take if you find...

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