When our jawbones weaken following tooth loss, this could complicate the process of placing dental implants. But to prevent these complications and help people enjoy a full smile again, we may recommend a mini approach. In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist talks about how we prepare and place Mini Implants.
When you have lost most of your teeth, or all of them, that doesn’t mean you must be forced to live with an older appearance and a poor quality of life. Instead, we can support a complete set of dentures with multiple dental implants. In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist talks about how we use dental implants to secure your custom and lifelike prosthetics.
Losing teeth across your smile could mean a bridge isn’t enough to address your missing teeth, but also that a full denture isn’t necessary yet. To address these cases, we craft and place a partial denture. For added stability and a longer-lasting prosthetic, your Livonia, MI, dentist could support this partial with dental implants.
If you have lost more than one tooth, but not enough to require dentures, then a bridge is often prescribed. For a more secure and lifelike option, we could attach your bridge to dental implants instead of abutment teeth. In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist talks about the benefits of our dental implant bridges!
When you lose one tooth, this could mean major problems for your smile. Complications could include misalignment, further tooth loss, and even issues with your self-confidence. Fortunately, your Livonia, MI, dentist could help facilitate replacement with a dental implant and crown, restoring function, health, and beauty to your smile once more.
Dental implants provide the most lifelike tooth replacement possible, and they also boast a 90% success rate. But what makes them so different from traditional bridges and dentures? How do they last so much longer? In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist will explain by highlighting what makes up each dental implant.
If you have lost one of your teeth, or even the majority of them, you don’t have to live with reduced chewing function and other complications. Instead, you can seek treatment from your Livonia, MI, dentist with implant dentistry. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the dangers of your missing teeth, and why replacement is such a vital step!
If you have lost several or all of your teeth, then you may need a full denture to restore function and beauty to your smile again. Dental implants could offer greater stability, but the placement process could be longer and more involved. Fortunately, your Livonia, MI, dentist can create and place a new set of implant dentures in only one day!
When you have weakened jawbone structure, this could lead to problems receiving traditional dental implants. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t receive dental implants to address your missing teeth. With Mini Implants, your Livonia, MI, dentist can provide a smaller and more economical option to replace lost teeth.
At one time, the process of securing implant dentures meant you needed a period of three to six months in between implant placement and the attachment of your denture. But what if this entire process, from adding your new tooth roots to attaching a prosthetic, could take just one visit? In today’s blog, your Livonia, MI, dentist talks about teeth-in-a-day.