4211 S. Lamar Blvd - Austin
920 Main Street - Taylor
Having graduated from University of Texas Dental Branch in Houston with a degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery, Mark Falke D.D.S., now serves as a pivotal part of the expert team at Taylor Dental Associates Inc., In addition to treating patients dental needs on a daily basis, Dr. Falke has also received extensive continuing education, and has studied with some of the most prominent family dental specialists in the areas of Orthodontics, Invisalign, sedation dentistry, oral surgery and implant placement.
You should really start to think about your mouth as the window to the body. And just as it is important to tell your regular physician about problems you are experiencing in your mouth, you must also give your dentist a complete picture of your medical history.
EZ Braces is not a type of braces, such as metal or Invisalign, but rather, it is a treatment plan that Taylor Dental Associates Inc. has adopted in yet another effort to provide patients with the best dental and orthodontic care possible.
When a patient comes in with what appears to be buck teeth, it is wrong to assume that the problem rests solely on the front teeth. A dentist has to look at whether the front teeth are sticking out or if the bottom jaw is actually short before developing a treatment plan.
While root resorption is typically a self-mediating problem that doesn't require treatment from your dentist or orthodontist, there are fixes available. If not addressed, there is a possibility that the tooth can be lost; however, your dentist should be able to stabilize the affected tooth through splinting methods.
A half century ago, when dental implants were invented by a Swedish scientist, he could have never plausibly imagined how his creation would shape dentistry. Over 50 years later, dentists are continuously working to perfect the look of artificial teeth, and patients are rejoicing over the natural look and feel of their replacement teeth.