Category: Implant Restorations

Choosing Dental Implants to Upgrade Your Restoration

There are many reasons why you might choose to upgrade a current dental bridge or denture to one that’s supported by dental implant posts. Unlike conventional restorations, dental implants give your replacement teeth the kind of stability and comfort that can only come from supporting your restoration on root-like posts. Today, we take a closer… 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 »

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 »

The Performance of a Dental Implant Restoration

Recovering from tooth loss is a more efficient and effective process than ever before, thanks largely to the increased use of dental implants in advanced tooth replacement procedures. Unlike more conventional tooth replacement designs, dental implant restorations come with one or more biocompatible posts that mimic the function of your healthy, natural teeth roots. The… Read more »

How Implant-Held Bridges And Dentures Address Tooth Loss

The loss of one tooth can create big problems for your appearance and bite function. When a person is missing several teeth, or an entire row of teeth, the difficulties can be even greater. If you are unaware of what the right treatment can do for your smile and dental function, you may take your… Read more »

Receiving A Replacement Tooth When Your Implant Is Placed

With dental implant support, a person who has experienced tooth loss can enjoy a confidence boost as well as better support for biting and chewing. If you have looked into this work in the past, you may have been informed that this process of restoring your smile would require a frustrating waiting period before a… Read more »

Why Dental Implants Are More Lifelike

The best dental treatments are the ones that you don’t notice, and when it comes to replacing one or more lost teeth, that can have several different implications. When you lose a tooth, the impacts to your oral health can be significant, especially the ones that aren’t immediately obvious. The most effective way to avoid… Read more »

What Complete Tooth Replacement Means

The problem of losing one or more teeth isn’t exactly a difficult one to detect. Even if no one else can see the gap in your smile, you’ll likely notice it every time you eat, brush and floss your teeth, or run your tongue over the empty space. Your oral health also registers the loss,… 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 »

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 »