Dental Implants Need Special Care

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Dental implants are permanent replacements for missing teeth. Normally placed by an oral surgeon, dental implants are bio-compatible, they fuse to your jawbone naturally and function exactly like a natural tooth. As sturdy replacements to natural teeth, dental implants can prevent further tooth loss because they provide the structural support that surrounding teeth need to stay in their proper positions. …

What are the Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures?

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If you have lost one or more of your natural teeth, whether due to trauma, disease, or poor oral health, dental implants represent the closest thing to replacing them. In fact, no dental restoration comes even remotely close to dental implants in terms of their ability to recreate a missing tooth from root to crown.

How Will You Know If Dental Implants Are For You?

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Dental implants helps people who are missing one or more teeth regain the full function of their mouths. Implant dentistry is the most advanced, most effective approach to modern-day tooth replacement. Implants provide realistic-looking, permanent prosthetics to replace your missing teeth. They also help maintain the health of your jawbone. If you have missing teeth, you should talk to an …

The Importance of Replacing Missing Teeth

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Missing one or more teeth can severely influence your daily life. It can affect your general health, your appearance and self-esteem. It is recommended to replace missing teeth as soon as possible and below are a list of reasons why. Bone Atrophy In the same way that exercising your body helps keep muscle tone, jaw bone mass is maintained through …

Dental Implants After Extraction

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Dental implants are, bar none, the best tooth replacement option available. Dental implants are natural looking, allow you to eat your favorite foods, require no special care and can last a lifetime. But they do have one limitation. The dental implant process can take time. How long it takes depends on your oral health. Immediate Placement If you are having …

Tips to Consider Before Oral Surgery

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Oral surgery may be required for a variety of reasons. You may have an impacted tooth trapped in the jawbone or a tooth that is poorly positioned and damaging neighboring teeth. It is especially common to have these types of problems with growing wisdom teeth. Oral surgery is also necessary for the placement of dental implants, tooth and facial injuries, …