Tips To Protect Your Dental Implants

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Some patients that have received dental implants have questions about dental hygiene and other tips to help ensure that their investment lasts many years. Often times bad dental hygiene may have contributed to their tooth loss, many understand the importance of recommitting to good dental care. For patients considering implants or those who have them and are looking for ways …

Implant Surgery: Until When Will It Take To Recover?

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There is no need to take any time off work after the placement of an implant. As long as you do not have to exercise or exert yourself like doing heavy lifting at work, you should be fine. Some people choose to take the rest of the day off or even a couple of days off. This decision is up …

What Is Teeth-In-A-Day Replacement

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The loss of adult teeth has many negative consequences, which include compromised oral esthetics, increased risk of oral health problems, and the potential loss of healthy jaw bone structure. In order to address all of these concerns, it is important to replace teeth that have gone missing. Am I A Candidate? In order to determine if a patient is an …

Is It Okay To Have Dental Implants After Braces?

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Patients with missing teeth who also want or need to bring their smiles into the correct alignment may need to get both braces and dental implants. In such cases, the patient’s specific needs will determine the order in which those treatments are provided. Dental Implants After Braces Placing implants after orthodontic work is completed is the most common method of …

How To Ease Your Child’s Dental Fear?

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Easing Your Child’s Fear of Oral Surgery The thought of undergoing oral surgery usually elicits feelings of anxiety and fear for patients. If it is your child that needs surgery, the emotions are intensified even more. At Prestige Oral Surgery, we know firsthand the many worries, concerns, and questions that parents face in this situation and we are here to …

How To Get Dental Implants Without Anxiety?

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Dental Implants Without Anxiety It is not uncommon for patients to experience anxiety at the prospect of going to the dentist. We understand that dental phobia is a real problem, but it should not keep you from getting the treatment you desire. Fortunately, when you have implants placed with sedation you can enjoy a relaxed, comfortable treatment. Prestige Oral Surgery …

Replacing Your Molars Into Dental Implants

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Can Dental Implants Replace Missing Molars? Dental implants are superior to other tooth replacements, lasting longer and looking better than other options like dentures and bridges. Depending on the location of the missing tooth, patients may have different concerns about the tooth and the dental implant used to replace it. Molars, the large teeth at the rear of the upper …

Should I Consider Dental Implants?

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Reasons to Consider Dental Implants Dental implants are a technology that gives patients the chance to restore function and Esthetics of their teeth. Dental implants replace the entire structure of the tooth to create a natural replacement for one or multiple teeth. Dental implants are generally preferred by dentists over a dental bridge because they will last longer and give …

A Long Lasting Smile With Dental Implants

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When using traditional dentures, it can be frustrating to deal with the inconveniences of false teeth on a daily basis. From speech problems to a change in diet, dentures can pose a whole set of problems of their own. Implant-supported dentures are the most stable, secure, and life-like method of replacing one or more missing teeth. By anchoring dentures to …

Dental Implants After Having Facial Trauma

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Traumatic injuries can affect our bones, muscles, skin, and teeth. Injuries to teeth most often happen as a result of sports injuries or similar accidents. Severe dental injuries include dislodged or knocked out teeth. Treatment and prognosis of the dental injury depend on several factors, such as the severity and type of the injury, and the location of the injury …