Dental implants are an excellent way to replace missing teeth. They help maintain the proper spacing in your mouth and keep your jawbone healthy over time. They also remain stationary in your mouth so you can eat and talk without worry. If you are in overall good health, there’s a good chance you are a […]0 Comment +Read More
Most people associate missing teeth with loss due to injury or severe decay. However, some people are born with missing teeth. Like teeth lost to trauma or other issues, these teeth can be replaced with dental implants. Congenitally Missing Teeth It is not uncommon for some people to have teeth that never arrive. This is […]0 Comment +Read More
Dental implants are the most natural-looking technique to replace missing teeth. With implants, you can eat, talk, and chew normally, without having to worry about your teeth shifting out of place. Implants are rooted in the jawbone, so they stimulate the bone to grow. Rather than interfering with jawbone growth, implants actually encourage it. Dental […]0 Comment +Read More
Think of each tooth that resides in your mouth as a part of your body. Each tooth is actually an important body part that contributes to your physical and emotional health. When one or more teeth are missing, dental implants may be the best possible investment for your health. Your teeth are designed to bite, […]0 Comment +Read More
For the average dental implant patient, the long-term success of the implant procedure will depend on overall health and the continued conscientious maintenance of oral hygiene. Most implant dentistry procedures have exceptionally successful track records, and oral surgeons help to ensure patients are in the best state possible prior to the implant procedure to maximize […]0 Comment +Read More
Any missing tooth can be replaced with a tooth implant. Whether you’re missing a single tooth in the front, three or four teeth in the back, or an entire arc of teeth on the top or bottom, dental implants can give you a new, natural-looking smile. How Do I Decide if Implants are Right for […]0 Comment +Read More
Implant dentistry has brought about many changes in the way dentists deal with tooth loss. Implants provide permanent, stationary, natural-looking new teeth that will serve you for a lifetime. Implant surgery involves placing an artificial root in the jawbone. The procedure is usually performed with local anesthetic. Anesthesia and Implant Surgery Implant surgery is usually […]0 Comment +Read More
Dental implants are permanent replacements for your missing teeth. However, they can at times suffer trauma just like your natural teeth. In addition, complications can develop during the healing process that will cause your implants to become loose. If you have any problems with your implants, you should see your implant dentist right away. How […]0 Comment +Read More
The loss of a single tooth hardly seems like a catastrophe. It’s just one tooth, right? However, even the loss of one tooth can lead to a domino effect that can cause additional tooth loss and other uncomfortable or detrimental side effects. For this reason, even if you have only lost one tooth, it is […]0 Comment +Read More
After you have had dental implants placed, one of the most important things you can do to increase the likelihood they will be successful is follow the aftercare instructions your oral surgeon supplies. Ensuring your recovery is successful is the best way to ensure the implants themselves will be successful. Preparing for Dental Implants You […]0 Comment +Read More
By far, the most challenging and frustrating obstacle for denture wearers is keeping the denture in place. In truth, this is also a huge obstacle for dentists. It is natural for bone loss to occur when teeth are missing. For patients who are missing all of the natural teeth, significant bone loss can be an […]0 Comment +Read More
Longevity is one of the many benefits of dental implants. With proper care, these artificial tooth roots can last for decades. Many factors influence the long-term success of your dental implants, so to get them to live up to their maximum lifespan, it’s important to know of any issues that may interfere with your dental […]0 Comment +Read More
For anyone who suffered a lost tooth, the adverse effects it can have on their smile can be quite significant, leading to a drain in self-confidence and a reluctance to laugh or smile. Missing teeth can, however, also affect the general health of a person’s mouth, and can eventually lead to further tooth loss. Tooth […]0 Comment +Read More
When considering treatment to replace a missing tooth, it’s important to consider a wide variety of factors. What will the replacement tooth look like? Will it work in the same way as a natural tooth? Will it fill in for the tooth’s entire structure or just the crown? That last question is particularly important, as […]0 Comment +Read More
When a patient loses one or more teeth, there are a variety of options available to resolve the problem. For patients concerned about aesthetics only, and who are willing to deal with the external factors such as removing a dental fixture for cleaning and sleeping, there are several choices. But if you have suffered tooth […]0 Comment +Read More
Although it might be believed that dental implants are a relatively new introduction into dental reconstruction techniques, the history of implant treatment stretches back much further in time, and ancient civilizations would use fragments of seashells, carved pebbles and stones, and other materials to replace missing teeth. In later times, cadavers were often scavenged and […]0 Comment +Read More
Don’t let a missing tooth bring you down! You have a number of treatment options for filling in that empty space. It’s important to research all of your alternatives, though, to be sure that you’re making an informed choice. An oral surgeon can be helpful in this effort by placing a dental implant as a […]0 Comment +Read More
Dental implants are a popular option for maintaining healthy teeth and gums following tooth loss. In addition to the aesthetic value they provide for patients, a dental implant won’t just halt jawbone loss, but it will actually encourage bone regeneration. Jawbone atrophy is the dissolution of the bone in gum tissue where a tooth has […]0 Comment +Read More
Dental implants are a popular method of smile reconstruction and replacement of missing teeth. An oral surgeon implants a small titanium rod into the patient’s gum tissue, which over times bonds with the jawbone to provide strong support to the surrounding teeth, restoring the strength of the patient’s bite and preventing malocclusion from occurring. While […]0 Comment +Read More
Nothing adds years to your appearance quite like missing teeth. Maybe it’s because tooth loss is so frequently believed to be a natural consequence of “old age”. Maybe it’s because missing teeth just makes you feel older. Perhaps it’s because you tend to smile less often to avoid showing the gaps and spaces. It’s true […]0 Comment +Read More
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