Reasons Why Wisdom Teeth Are Removed

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Do Your Wisdom Teeth Need to be Removed? Wisdom teeth are usually are removed between the ages of 17-25. Some people put off this procedure or do not have it done at all because of fear, or they think it is not necessary. What Are Wisdom Teeth, And Why Remove Them? Wisdom teeth are referred to as third molars that …

Talking About Bone Grafting For Dental Implant

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For some, bone grafts are required before dental implants because of inadequate bone. A dental implant is a titanium root replacement. It is inserted into the jaw, and as the bone heals, it fuses the root into the mouth structure. However, you have to have a good foundation for the titanium root to be placed, otherwise, the restored tooth will …

Does Smoking Leads To Dental Implant Failure?

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A Dental implant is one of the most popular treatments for replacing missing teeth. Dental implants are a permanent solution to restoring your teeth to their natural look and feel. Because dental implants treatment requires oral surgery, special care must be taken to ensure implant success. Smoking is known to be a major contributor to implant failure. Smoking and Increased Risk Dental implants are …

Let Us Define Osseointegration

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The strength, durability, and longevity of dental implants make them the best possible option for replacing missing teeth. Dental Implants are essentially artificial tooth roots that are fused into your jawbone to anchor replacement teeth. This process is called osseointegration. How Dental Implants Integrate Into The Jaw Osseointegration is defined as the process by which living bone and tissue attaches to …

Dental Implant Needs 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. …