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Many adults today have been told they have periodontal (gum) disease, which can range in severity but the impacts of more severe cases can lead to damage to the soft tissue and bone that support the teeth. In such cases I am often asked by this patient base whether dental implants can help to reverse the impact of …

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The answer to this common question is most assuredly, yes. Patients are frequently referred to Prosthodontists to “repair” their jaws, after having lost several teeth due to tooth fractures, failure of a root canals, extensive decay, and bone loss from periodontal disease. In some of these cases, the damage to the …

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The sinus graft, sometimes called a sinus lift, makes it possible for many people to have dental implants when years ago there was no other option other than wearing loose dentures. If you have missing teeth and are considering dental implants to replace them, your dentist may tell you that you do not have enough …

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If you are suffering from damaged, decayed or missing teeth, dental implants may be the ideal solution. The implants provide a strong foundation for custom-made replacement teeth that feel and look completely natural, and they are an effective, long-lasting solution for a variety of dental issues. In addition to …

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