Month: July 2020

Why You Shouldn’t Hesitate to Replace a Lost Tooth

When you lose a tooth, it can sometimes take a while to get accustomed to the idea that the tooth is gone. While this is natural, it shouldn’t cause you to hesitate too long to choose to replace the tooth. From the moment the tooth and its root are lost, the emptiness the loss creates… Read more »

The Importance of Support for Your Dental Restoration

When you consider the quality of your dental restoration, the most obvious metrics may be how the restoration looks, and how closely it resembles the appearance of your healthy, natural teeth. While this appearance is important to both your self-confidence and your restoration’s overall function, there’s more to its overall quality than what you immediately… Read more »

A Few Things to Expect from Your Dental Implant Placement

After learning a bit about dental implants and their ability to replace your lost teeth more effectively, you can feel like you know all there is to know about the treatment process. While it’s true that placing and restoring your dental implants is fairly straightforward, the processes themselves can sometimes be more complex than you… Read more »

Are You Confused About Needing Tooth Extraction?

Tooth extraction isn’t typically part of restoring a smile that experiences a dental health issue. However, there are times when it’s necessary, and when it is, it’s important to remember the need for extracting a tooth should never be taken lightly. Today, we explain why tooth extraction can sometimes be required, and why saving the… Read more »

3 Ways Your Smile Benefits from Dental Implants

Before dental implants became a routine part of restoring smiles, more conventional restorations such as dental bridges and dentures already provided highly lifelike results for rebuilding smiles. After losing one or more teeth, the appropriate restoration could be designed using highly biocompatible and lifelike materials, such as dental porcelain, to closely mimic your healthy, natural… Read more »

Why Tooth Loss Is Often a Domino Effect

The reasons behind losing a tooth can vary greatly from patient to patient. Common reasons can range from severe periodontal disease or other chronic dental concern, to immediate accidental trauma, and more. However, in cases of extensive tooth loss, where multiple teeth have been lost or extracted at different times, the initial loss of the… Read more »

Is It Possible to Prevent Tooth Loss?

Tooth loss affects a lot of people to at least some degree by the time they reach their later years. For many people, the overall state of their oral health depends largely on their response to losing one or more teeth and the quality of the restoration they choose to replace them. However, despite the… Read more »

When Your Dental Restoration Comes with Implants

The ability to replace one or more lost teeth with highly lifelike replacements isn’t new to the world of modern dentistry. Solutions such as custom-designed dental bridges, partial dentures, and full dentures have long helped people regain their smiles and quality of life after suffering from tooth loss. However, not all modern dental restorations are… Read more »

Why Some Dental Emergencies End with Tooth Extraction

Dental emergencies aren’t exactly common, and when they occur, there’s often an option for treating the emergency in a way that helps you preserve all of your healthy, natural teeth. However, the most important goal of most dental emergencies is to treat your condition as soon as possible, and in a way that helps you… Read more »

How Fast Can You Start Enjoying Your Dental Implants?

The good news about experiencing tooth loss these days is that bouncing back from it isn’t nearly as difficult as it used to be. While addressing every potential consequence of tooth loss can be challenging, it’s more than possible with the help of a modern dental implant restoration. The biggest challenge to receiving dental implants… Read more »