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Take a step towards your perfect smile

  • Improved appearance
  • Enhanced speech
  • Increased comfort
  • Greater eating and speaking abilities

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Enhanced Self-Esteem
  • Improved overall oral-health
  • Lasting durability
  • Convenient and permanent

If you are missing some of your teeth, partial dentures could be the best alternative for you, especially if you want to help protect your remaining natural teeth. If you have lost all of your teeth, a complete set of dentures can help restore your mouth’s original function and appearance.

Dentures (common alternative for missing teeth)

Bridges (common alternative for multiple missing teeth)

A bridge is a way to replace a missing tooth by placing a crown on the teeth on either side of the gap and connecting them to an artificial tooth that fills the space left by the missing tooth. The end result is three or more teeth connected together, with at least one of them being an artificial tooth.

Crowns (common alternative for cracked teeth)

If you have a tooth that has been weakened by extensive tooth decay or cracks, a crown can help prevent further breakdown of the tooth. Further breakdown can lead to more serious problems or even tooth loss, which is why early treatment is key. A crown provides a covering for the affected tooth, protecting it from further damage or decay.

Alternatives to Dental Implants

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a safe, progressive alternative to traditional restorative dentistry. Dental implants look, feel and function like your natural teeth. They provide comfort, security, permanency and confidence that outlast alternative tooth replacement options. 

The advantages of dental implants are endless, including improved function and appearance, optimized oral health and lifelong comfort. 

 

 

 

 

 

What If I Wait to Get Dental Implants?

Tooth loss has many adverse effects on the way you look and feel, and it can also affect the look and overall condition of your facial structure.

The bones in your face need stimulation to maintain form and density, and tooth loss is known to decrease the density and width of your jawbone, permanently altering and diminishing your facial structure. Ultimately, your mouth and lips will sag as well, as teeth no longer support them. 

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Meet Dr. Cook

 

​Dr. Cook has dedicated years of his continuing education to learning how to diagnose and treat the most complex dental issues. He works with the best specialists in Austin, and meets twice each month with a dental professional group specifically created to collaborate on highly technical cases. Creating beautiful smiles and providing dental care to those in need are two of Dr. Cook’s passions. Dr. Cook has traveled to Guatemala and Kenya to provide dental care to people in the direst circumstances. He provides dental services for the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians, and regularly volunteers with St. David’s Foundation. Dr. Cook graduated from Abilene Christian University and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, one of the highest-ranked dental schools in the country.

 

 

Meet Dr. Salehi

 

Dr. Salehi has a passion for creating healthy and beautiful smiles. Dr. Salehi discovered her love for dentistry during her and her family’s 30 years as patients of Austin City Dental. After graduating from the University of Texas School of Dentistry, she was honored to join the team at Austin City Dental. She is a member of the ADA, TDA, Capital Area Dental Society and the Academy of General Dentistry. In her spare time, Dr. Salehi enjoys participating in community service, hiking through the greenbelt, and spending quality time with her friends and family.

 

 

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