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Dr. Mitch Conditt, DDS, Fort Worth, TX

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76116
Phone: 817-737-5155
Fax: (817) 737-4095
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A 1985 graduate from Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, TexasDr. Mitch Conditt is a recognized international lecturer and has had the opportunity to inspire and motivate thousands of dentists in the fine art of aesthetic dentistry.

He has been a clinical instructor with numerous aesthetic programs including those at Baylor, New York UniversityUniversity of Kentucky, and the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI). Dr. Conditt was one of the original LVI instructors in 1996.  In addition, Dr. Conditt is an active member in several dental associations, including theTexas Dental AssociationAmerican Dental Association, and theAmerican Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Dr. Conditt continues his education to offer the best in dentistry to his patients in the Fort Worth area. He is an expert cosmetic dentist, artistically creating beautiful smiles and renewing self confidence for his patients. He is also a sedation dentist which allows those with dental phobia to receive the dental care they need.

In addition to sharing his knowledge and genuine enthusiasm for dentistry with his colleagues, he is also an advisor and consultant with new product development to several dental manufacturers and integrates clinical product testing within his practice.

Dr. Conditt has been widely published in ever leading dental journals and is currently an editorial team member for REALITY Publishing Company, which is the foremost research facility in testing and evaluating dental products.

With all of these different facets rolled into one fulfilling career, Dr. Conditt still takes the most pride in making a difference in the way his patient’s smiles in his full-time, private practice in his hometown of Fort Worth, Texas.

Thursday
Apr172014

Dental Implants and Bridges, With Dr. Mitch Conditt, Dentist, Fort Worth, Texas

The reason for an implant, other than aesthetic reasons, is to maintain the integrity of your bite, says Dr. Mitch Conditt, a dentist in Fort Worth, Texas.  If you don't have something in place, your teeth will try and correct that gap itself, which can lead to teeth collapsing and extraction of more teeth.

Most of the time, an implant or a bridge is offered to correct the situation, says Dr. Conditt.  A bridge is Dr. Mitch Condittwhere you'd take the tooth in front and the tooth in back of the missing space and you place crowns on these teeth.  The missing space would also have a crown and this would be one piece, cemented on the teeth in front and back to fix it in place. An implant is a piece of titanium that is placed into the bone basically replacing the root of the tooth and then a single crown is placed on top of that implant.

The major difference between the two, according to Dr. Conditt, is that with a bridge, if something were to ever break, you end up having to replace the entire bridge, whereas with an implant, you don't have to do that.  Dr. Conditt says that the main disadvantage with an implant is the time.  From beginning to end with an implant, it could take anywhere between 3 and 6 months, whereas a bridge, it can be done in 2-3 weeks. 

To determine which is the best option, Dr. Conditt recommends speaking with your dentist about your expectations.  To have an implant placed, it needs to be first determined if there's enough bone to put the implant in and the time frame you're looking for is also important to consider.

Dr. Mitch Conditt is a dentist in Fort Worth, Texas and a leading sleep expert with Sleep Better TV, providing online, on-demand, sleep breathing disorder video content.  Sleep Better TV is a featured network of Sequence Media Group.

Thursday
Apr172014

Sedation Dentistry, With Dr. Mitch Conditt, Dentist, Fort Worth, Texas

Most patients have dental phobias of some kind, usually stemming from a previous bad experience and that's why sedation dentistry is great for those patients, says Dr. Mitch Conditt, a dentist in Fort Worth, Texas. 

Dr. Mitch CondittSedation dentistry can be as simple as nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, up to conscious sedation where you take an oral medication or even IV sedation.  If sedated, all of the work can be done at once and the patient can go at whatever pace is most comfortable to them, Dr. Conditt says.

Most of the time with sedation, you can go back to work the next day.  It's not the sedation provess itself, rather the extent of the work done, says Dr. Conditt.  Also, you would have to have someone drive you to and from the appointment and be monitored the rest of the day but by the next day, you are back to normal, he says.

Dr. Mitch Conditt is a dentist in Fort Worth, Texas and a leading sleep expert with Sleep Better TV, providing online, on-demand, sleep breathing disorder video content.  Sleep Better TV is a featured network of Sequence Media Group.

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