Houston, TX | Dentistry Blog
Five Things to Avoid Doing With TMJ Pain
Alleviate painful TMJ disorder symptoms and restore jaw function with customized TMJ therapy in Houston.Read
Rebuild Your Smile with Full-Mouth Reconstruction
Learn how a full-mouth reconstruction in Houston, TX can improve your smile and the function of your mouth.Read
How Can TMJ Pain be Managed at Home?
If you are experiencing pain when chewing or have discomfort with jaw movement, it could be TMD. TMJ therapy may be the ideal treatment option.Read
Why Does My Jaw Pop When I Chew?
Many people experience occasional jaw popping or clicking. Find out why this occurs and why seeing a dentist is one of the best ways to prevent it.Read
What is the Recovery After Full-Mouth Reconstruction Like?
The recovery from full-mouth reconstruction can vary depending on your specific plan. Dr. El Kheir will give you specific recovery instructions.Read
What Areas of the Face Are Affected by TMJ Pain?
Find out what causes TMJ pain, what areas of the face are impacted, and how you can find relief with treatment in Houston, TX here.Read
How Soon Can I Return to Work After Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction recovery could take multiple days. During this time you may not be able to return to work. Keep reading to learn more.Read
Will Chewing Food be Easier With Lock-In Dentures?
Lock-in dentures can make chewing easier than with traditional dentures or your natural teeth. Keep reading to learn more.Read
Will my Insurance Cover A Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Insurance generally covers the cost of restorative dental services, though it depends on your individual coverage plan.Read
Can Implant-Retained Dentures Be Removed?
Why would implant-supported dentures need to be removed, and is it even possible to do so? Find the answers here.Read
What Procedures Are Included in Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Fillings and porcelain veneers are two treatments involved in full mouth reconstruction. Learn what procedures are offered at our dental clinic here.Read
How do Lock-In Dentures Differ From Traditional Dentures?
Implant-supported dentures are far more reliable than traditional removable dentures. Discover the benefits of lock-in dentures at our dental clinic.Read
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