Month: August 2020

Why Choose to Restore Your Implants In Just One Day?

Placing and restoring dental implants takes time. The goal of dental implants is to mimic the way in which healthy teeth roots support your natural teeth, which requires that the implant posts be surgically placed within your dental ridge. Traditionally, this means waiting up to 3-6 months for the bone structure around the dental implant… Read more »

What to Know if You Wear a Conventional Bridge or Denture

After years of wearing a conventional dental bridge or denture in place of your lost tooth or teeth, you can become so accustomed to the feel of it that you almost forget what it felt like to have natural, healthy teeth in their place. Because of this, the more lifelike comfort and function of the… Read more »

Common Ways to Prepare for Dental Implants

For people who experience tooth loss and understand its significance to their oral health, the ability to replace their lost teeth roots makes dental implants the obvious choice for rebuilding their smiles. Their high biocompatibility also means that dental implants can be the optimal solution for most tooth loss patients. However, the many different consequences… Read more »

Can Dental Implants Lower Your Risks of Losing More Teeth?

Depending on the state of your oral health, there could be multiple things that contribute to your overall risks of tooth loss. However, if you’ve already lost one or more teeth, then the risks of losing more are already higher, even if you don’t realize it just yet. Today, we examine how tooth loss leads… Read more »

Gum Disease’s Role in Losing Teeth (and Replacing Them)

Not everyone who experiences tooth loss also has gum disease, and not everyone who has gum disease will experience tooth loss because of it. However, the progressive destruction of your gums that the disease causes is one of the leading factors in most cases of tooth loss, which makes it an important factor in many… Read more »

How Can Dental Implants Be Minimally Invasive?

The nature of dental implants can make it difficult to imagine them being minimally invasive. By design, dental implant posts are made to be inserted into your jawbone structure, which requires oral surgery, then restored with a custom-designed restoration. However, conventional dental implant treatment processes leave room for improvement in a few key areas. In… Read more »

The Real Advantage to Receiving Dental Implants

After you’ve lost one or more teeth, rebuilding your smile as soon as possible is important to your long-term oral health. It requires not only replacing one or more lost teeth, but also addressing the impacts that losing teeth can have on your oral health. The real advantage of dental implant restorations is that they… Read more »

Save More Teeth by Extracting a Compromised One

The most striking thing about tooth extraction is the fact that it involves choosing to remove your healthy, natural tooth structure. However, it’s important to note that tooth extraction is only recommended in severe circumstances, when the tooth itself poses a threat to the rest of your oral health. When this is the case, extracting… Read more »

What Good Dental Hygiene Means when You Have Dental Implants

When most people consider the benefits that come with dental implants, the main aspects they think of involve the way the restoration is supported to the dental ridge, and the confidence that comes with greater comfort and stability. These and the many other benefits of dental implants are essential to the long-term performance of your… Read more »

The Parts of Your Smile that Dental Implants Restore

Restoring the appearance of your smile and balance of your bite are two of the most important goals when it comes to replacing the visible parts, or crowns, of your lost teeth. These impacts are among the most noticeable, and addressing them is often the motivating factor in people’s choice to replace their lost teeth…. Read more »