Dental implants are becoming an increasingly popular way to replace missing teeth . With dental implants, you don’t have to sacrifice your self-confidence just to replace that missing tooth or even several missing teeth. Dental implants allow you to be confident about your smile with a lifelong tooth replacement....
If you’ve been approved for a dental implant procedure, you may be wondering what’s in store for you recovery wise. Getting a dental implant is one of the best replacements for your natural tooth, but the procedure involves a few steps and some recovery time. During the actual implant placement...
Dental implants are extremely versatile tooth replacement options. These sturdy restorations consist of a titanium, or sometimes ceramic, post that fuses with your jawbone. Once the fusion is complete, a dental crown is attached to the end. Although dental implants are quickly becoming the standard for replacing missing teeth, when...
If you’re missing one of your natural teeth, a dental implant is an excellent option for restoring it. However, in order to qualify for dental implants, you need to have enough bone in your jaw to support the actual implant, which will attach to a dental crown to complete your restoration. Unfortunately,...
If you’re missing most or all of your natural teeth, you may have considered full teeth replacements such as dentures. After all, getting all your teeth replaced with dental implants would be too costly and time-consuming, right? Not so fast. All-on-four dental implants give you the opportunity to have the security of...
Peri-implantitis is a condition that causes inflammation around a dental implant. In peri- implantitis, both your gum tissue and the bone surrounding the implant are affected. In peri-implant mucositis, only the gum tissue experiences inflammation but the bone remains unaffected. While dental implants are meant to last a lifetime, peri-implantitis can...
Dental implants make it possible for you to restore your smile with secure, natural-looking tooth replacements. Consisting of a titanium or ceramic implant and topped off with a dental crown, dental implants give you the security and appearance of a real tooth. Whether you have one or several dental implants, it’s important...
Are you missing some of your natural teeth? Missing teeth can not only cause gaps in your smile, but they also cause your remaining teeth to shift to compensate for the loss. Over time, your body will reabsorb the bone that was once needed to support your lost tooth, leading your face...
Missing even one tooth can cause a shift in your smile that can eventually lead to a misaligned bite or crooked or gapped teeth. When a natural tooth is lost, our jaws compensate for the loss by reabsorbing the jawbone around the missing tooth’s root, which can lead to...
If you’re missing all of your natural teeth, you could be a candidate for All-on-Four dental implants. Dental implants are designed to replace your natural missing teeth and help prevent bone loss in your jaw for a permanent, functional replacement. When you’re missing one or two natural teeth, you may...