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Dental implants are designed to replace missing teeth by providing a base in the jaw to support a crown that will look, feel, and function just like a natural tooth. This base is usually made from titanium and is inserted into the jaw via surgery and creates a connector that will hold your tooth, or teeth, in …

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Dental implants can seem like something of a miracle if you’ve lost a tooth or several teeth, especially if they’re clearly visible. These replacement teeth look just like real teeth and are generally screwed into the jaw. You take care of them just like real teeth and your dentist can make them blend in …

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If you’ve considered dental implants before, chances are you may have heard about mini dental implants. But what exactly are they and how are they different from regular dental implants, and which one would be the best choice for you? Read on to find out what exactly are mini dental implants. They’re Mini About …

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If you wear dentures or are planning on getting them, you have probably heard about dental implants. You may also have heard many myths about surrounding dental implants, such as their extremely high cost, the length of time they take, or their inability to be effective. These claims are simply untrue, and dental …

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When you realize you need implant dentistry, you encounter many claims of dentists who are “tops” or “the best” or even the “clear choice” for implant dentistry. Friends and family or newspapers, radio or internet ads don’t really explain how dentists earn that status. Yet, there are discreet things to look for …

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You may have heard of the All-on-4 dental implant system, but you may not know much about it. The All-on-4 system replaces the arch of your teeth with a four point anchoring system for the implant fixture. This anchoring system uses four acutely angled anchor points to hold the implants securely and safely in …

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Replacement options for teeth are more numerous today than ever. People who are edentulous, which means they have lost all of their teeth, at one time had only one option: removable dentures. Today, implants are available as a permanent tooth replacement option, but full implants are costly and cannot work for all …

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“Flapless Surgery” takes place when a dental implant is inserted into the mouth without exposing the gingiva (gum). It is a minimally invasive approach that has the potential to decrease bone loss and soft tissue inflammation while decreasing surgical time. Flapless Surgery is a very detailed procedure that …

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When considering restorative dentistry treatment options, patients often consider and compare dental implants and dental bridges. Understanding the difference between the two, and which one may be a better option for your smile, is the topic of this video post from and Dr. Gerald Marlin, a leading prosthodontist …

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How does one go about selecting a dentist when you need a dental implant? It can be a harrowing task as the end result depends on making a good choice. This is one instance where being selective is imperative. The health and aesthetics of your mouth will be in the hands of whomever you choose. Here are some tips …

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