You might think that any knowledge you can gain about dental implants is a good thing. While it’s true that any factual, reliable information you can get your hands on is certainly to your benefit, everything you hear isn’t always accurate. So, how to ensure you’re receiving a solid education? Our quiz should help!
When you’re doing your absolute best but you don’t think you’re getting your dental implants clean, it can feel a bit defeating. However, rather than give up or feel stuck, we encourage you to consider a handful of suggestions we frequently make to our patients. In most instances, you just need a little bit of guidance to get your daily maintenance (and long-term maintenance) back on track.
Before we recommend dental implant, we have to look at the health and state of your smile. For example, if you have an underlying health issues, such as gum disease, you may need treatment before we proceed. In addition, losing significant amounts of jawbone tissue can mean there isn’t enough tissue to support a new tooth. However, to address this we may be able to place mini-implants. Do you have any questions about mini-implants?
When people lose one or more teeth, we can provide a solution. We don’t rely on dental bridges and removable dentures, instead we recommend implant dentistry to replace one or more lost teeth. What benefits do dental implants offer?
We offer a number of different dental implant options to address your missing teeth. With an implant and crown, we can address one missing tooth. We can also secure prosthetics, such as dental bridges and dentures. But can we accomplish this in a single day? In certain cases, we can! Are teeth-in-a-day right for you?
When we lose our teeth, many complications can arise, including trouble speaking and difficulty eating a variety of foods. However, for some tooth loss can also mean an older appearance, including sunken cheeks and in some cases, even a ptotic chin. Fortunately, dental implants can help preserve your facial structure. How do dental implants preserve your appearance?
We’ve discussed the benefits of receiving dental implants before, including their longevity and lifelike appearance. But what does placing them involve? How does our team place a dental implant and who makes a good candidate for them?
Losing a single tooth used to mean receiving a dental bridge. Placement would involve the removal of surrounding tooth structure and the prosthetic would only last between 10 and 15 years. Fortunately, we have an alternative that can provide decades, possibly even a lifetime, of quality tooth replacement. How do we place implants and crowns? Can anyone benefit from this prosthetic option?
When a patient loses a tooth, we always urge them to see us about replacing it, usually with a lifelike and long lasting dental implant. Otherwise, serious complications can arise that impact both the patient’s oral health and appearance. What happens we when lose one or more teeth?
We’ve recently taken a closer look at implant bridges, which can address minor tooth loss. But what if you’ve lost a majority of your permanent teeth? Instead of relying on traditional full dentures, why not learn about an implant-secured alternative? How do implant dentures work?