Month: April 2020

Is Your Restoration Supported by Dental Implants?

If you’ve worn a custom dental restoration to restore your smile from tooth loss for a while now, then you may recognize the value in having a restoration that closely mimics your healthy, natural teeth. However, beyond its appearance, it may be lacking an important part of your natural teeth – the roots that support… Read more »

A Few Questions About Dental Implant Placement

After you’ve experienced tooth loss, it may seem like replacing the parts of your teeth that you could see is all you need to fully rebuild your smile. While conventional restorations can help restore much of your bite’s function, they lack an important part of your healthy, natural teeth that they rely on for support… Read more »

Time’s When Extracting a Tooth Is Best

Different oral health concerns can affect your teeth and oral tissues in many different ways. Yet, for many chronic oral health issues, one of the more severe consequences is losing one or more teeth to the condition. Sometimes, by the time patients seek treatment for their condition, extracting the tooth is the best way to… Read more »

Considering Dental Implants? Here’s What to Know First

Patients who’ve experienced tooth loss to varying degrees often benefit most when they choose dental implants to rebuild their smiles. However, until you receive your dental implants, you may have a lot to consider about whether they’re the best option for your smile, and what the specific, unique benefits are that make them more valuable… Read more »

When Tooth Loss Influences the Rest of Your Smile

For many people who experience tooth loss, the appearance of it is noticeable enough that it can’t be ignored. However, that appearance is only part of the many different ways in which tooth loss can influence your smile and oral health. The rest involve more direct aspects of your oral health, such as the way… Read more »

Can You Benefit from Dental Implants?

Many people who’ve experienced tooth loss have benefited by replacing their lost teeth with custom dental implants. While many of these benefits are similar for everyone, such as the improved support implants provide, others can be more specific, such as improving the performance and comfort of your existing dental restoration. Today, we take a look… Read more »

Why Restorations Perform Better on Dental Implants

Recovering from tooth loss can sometimes be quite the ordeal. Depending on how extensive the loss is, it can have a significant impact on your smile’s appearance, as well as your bite’s function and the overall state of your oral health. Fortunately, many patients overcome these impacts and recover from their tooth loss successfully with… Read more »

Is It Possible to Place and Restore Implants in One Day?

Dental implants are among the most advanced forms of tooth replacement. They’re the only option for replacing the roots of your lost teeth, and in most cases, they’re utilized to support the highest-quality dental restorations. Yet, there is still room for improvement in the traditional dental implant process, such as shortening the time it takes… Read more »

The Advantages of Replacing an Extracted Tooth the Same Day

While there are several different specific reasons for needing to extract a tooth, the process itself often creates the additional need to replace the tooth after it’s been extracted. Even when it’s the best thing for your smile, extracting a tooth means losing it, and tooth loss can impact your smile in several other unique… Read more »

Specific Ways Dental Implants Restore Your Smile

The specific details surrounding tooth loss are different for everyone who experiences it. From the reason you’ve experienced tooth loss to the time it’s been since you’ve lost one or more teeth, as well the specific ways in which your condition affects your oral health, are all unique to you. Because of this, the specific… Read more »