Category: Implant Restorations

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 »

How Implants Change Conventional Dentures

When you’ve lost most or all of the healthy, functional teeth on your dental ridge, the impacts can be significant, and spread to nearly every aspect of your life. Fortunately, many patients can bounce back successfully from such loss with the help of a custom-designed, full-arch restoration that replaces all of their lost teeth with… Read more »

What Dental Implants Can Mean for Your Smile in the Long Run

Replacing lost or extracted teeth is an immediate need. The longer your smile remains with empty spaces in your dentition, the longer the loss of your teeth can create additional concerns with your health. However, the considerations that go into replacing your lost teeth, and the consequences that replacing them has on your oral health,… Read more »

Maintaining Your Dental Implant Restoration

The goal of replacing your lost teeth and their roots with a dental implant restoration is to improve the long-term health and integrity of your smile, as well as restore its immediate appearance and function. Dental implants accomplish this goal more effectively than traditional restorations thanks to their unique design, which allows them to mimic… Read more »

Dental Bridges vs. Dental Implant Crowns

For many people who’ve lost a tooth or have had one extracted, a dental bride has long been the most effective solution for replacing the tooth. Dental bridges support a lifelike tooth replacement, or pontic, that fills the space left in your smile after having lost a tooth. With the pontic securely in place, the… Read more »

Dental Implants and Severe Tooth Loss

After losing one or a few teeth, many patients recognize the benefits of replacing them with the right dental implant-supported restoration. Replacing the one or several lost teeth roots with implant posts can give the restoration a significantly enhanced level of support and comfort. However, in cases of more severe tooth loss, the process of… Read more »

Why It’s Worth Implanting Your Dental Restoration

These days, modern dental bridge and dentures are designed with such realism that they’re nearly indistinguishable from the healthy, natural versions of the teeth they replace. Because of this, patients who wear a conventional bridge or denture may not always see the point in upgrading it to a dental implant-supported restoration. However, dental implants provide… Read more »

What Replacing Lost Teeth Really Means for Your Smile

Unlike some dental health concerns, tooth loss is hard to ignore. Even if you can’t see the empty space in your smile because the tooth is at the back of your dental ridge, you’ll likely feel the difference when you speak, and when you bite and chew your food. When you replace your lost tooth… Read more »