With traditional dental implants, placement involves surgically inserting the dental implant post, waiting four to six months for the post to bond with the jawbone, and then adding the prosthetic or restoration. However, with a recent innovation we can now offer patients teeth in a day. Do you have questions about the teeth in a… Read more »
Month: April 2017
Dental implants are very different from other tooth replacement options, such as dental bridges and partial/full dentures. They offer a number of advantages to these more commonly known dental prosthetics. What benefits do dental implants offer? Can anyone receive them to address tooth loss?
We’ve discussed our dental implant options previously in this blog, such as implant dentures or single tooth dental implants. But what if a patient has lost jawbone tissue or has gum disease? These issues typically mean the patient can’t receive tooth replacement using implant technology. However, we have an option just for them. Should you… Read more »
While there are a number of options available for replacing missing teeth, many of them will require replacement or adjustment after only a few years. For example, removable dentures often need replacement every 5 to 10 years. A dental bridge may need to be replaced after 10 to 15 years. But dental implants, they can… Read more »