Category: Implant Restorations

How to Improve a Bridge or Denture with Implants

Bouncing back from tooth loss involves a lot. Though the most obvious impacts may be the visible ones, such as the gaps in your smile where your teeth are missing, others can more directly impact your oral health and bite function. Fortunately, modern dental bridges and dentures are designed to address most of the consequences… Read more »

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 »

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 »

Should You Choose Implants if You Already Have a Restoration?

The thing about tooth loss is that you can’t see all of the effects it has on your smile right away. In fact, many of those effects involve the loss of something you can’t see at all under normal circumstances – the roots of your natural teeth. After replacing your lost or extracted teeth with… Read more »

The Unique Abilities of Dental Implants

For patients who’ve lost one or more teeth, there are several options for replacing them. However, for most conventional tooth replacements, the choice mainly boils down to how many teeth you’ve lost, and whether a dental bridge, partial, or complete denture is best for replacing them. Today, however, patients who want to rebuild their smiles… Read more »

A Dental Restoration that Closely Mimics Natural Teeth

Restoring your smile means helping it regain its good health and full function, as well as its healthy and natural appearance. To do that, modern restorations must closely replicate the healthy and natural forms of your teeth, especially when that restoration’s goal is to replace one or more of them. While most modern dental restorations… Read more »

What a Custom, Dental Implant Restoration Can Do

Until the last few decades, replacing lost teeth typically meant designing a restoration that fills the gaps in your smile, but only the part that you can see. Known as your teeth crowns, the parts that rest above the gum line are the parts responsible for biting and chewing your food, helping you enunciate your… Read more »

3 Times When Dental Implants Are the Best Option

In general, dental implants can often provide the most comprehensive way to rebuild your smile following tooth loss. However, everyone’s oral health is different, and the specific benefits that implants provide for your immediate and long-term oral health depend largely on your specific oral health concerns. Today, we explore three times when choosing dental implants… Read more »

3 Benefits Only Implant Restorations Can Provide

For people who’ve already restored their smiles after tooth loss with a conventional dental bridge or denture, the improvements that dental implants can provide might seem like a luxury. If you already have a full row of teeth, what else could your restoration do? The truth is that dental implants differ greatly from traditional restorative… Read more »

Is It Worth Upgrading Your Restoration with Implants?

The fact that you’ve lost one or more teeth may not seem like such a big deal now that you’re used to wearing a custom restoration to replace them. Today’s dental bridges and dentures are often crafted with such realism that they’re nearly impossible to distinguish from healthy, natural tooth structure. However, if your current… Read more »