Category: Small Diameter Implants

When to Consider Small-Diameter Dental Implant Posts

For several decades, dental implants have helped people who’ve lost teeth regain more of their oral health and bite function than more conventional tooth replacement options. This ability to restore more of your healthy, natural smile stems from dental implants’ unique ability to replace the roots of your lost or extracted teeth. However, for some… Read more »

When Smaller Dental Implants Might Be a Good Idea

These days, many people who experience tooth loss choose dental implant restorations as their solution of choice. With one or more dental implant posts to support their replacement teeth, they can enjoy a more comfortable and secure restoration, as well as preserve their healthy oral structures more effectively. However, there are many people who have… Read more »

Why Some People Benefit More from Smaller Dental Implants

While dental implants are a highly successful option for replacing lost teeth, there are sometimes certain considerations that come with receiving them. For example, some patients may have lost a significant number of teeth, or have lived with tooth loss and its consequences for many years. In some cases, this can lead to a weakened… Read more »

What Small-Diameter Implants Can Do for Your Restoration

Dental implants have long been a preferable solution for patients who’ve experienced tooth loss, whether that loss has included a single tooth, multiple teeth, or all of the teeth on your dental ridge. However, receiving dental implant posts and the custom restoration that rests on top of them isn’t always the same process for everyone…. Read more »

Can You Benefit from Small-Diameter Dental Implants?

As dental implants have grown increasingly more popular over the last several decades, more patients have experienced the advantages of utilizing them to support their replacement teeth. However, not everyone who loses one or more teeth chooses to replace them with dental implants at first. The advantage of utilizing dental implants is that, by replacing… Read more »

Are There Advantages to Small-Diameter Dental Implants?

Since they first became mainstream, dental implants have introduced an important level of variation in dental treatment. Their unique ability to replace your lost teeth roots means you have a choice in more lifelike restorations after you’ve lost one or more teeth. Typically, however, there hasn’t been much variation in the dental implant posts themselves…. Read more »

Should Your Dental Implants Be Smaller?

To successfully replace your lost teeth roots and support your custom restoration, dental implants should be a lot of things – biocompatible, durable, comfortable, and expertly placed, to name just a few. Yet, not many people consider how big or small their dental implant posts should be, or why that matters to their overall dental… Read more »

A Few Things About Small-Diameter Implants

Though they’re relatively new compared to more conventional tooth replacement options, dental implants have helped people rebound from tooth loss for several decades. Over the years, the materials, technologies, and techniques involved in dental implant placement and restoration have evolved in several important ways. For example, many tooth loss patients today can enjoy even further… Read more »

When Are Small-Diameter Dental Implants a Good Idea?

After deciding that dental implants are the best way to rebuild your smile following tooth loss, you may not realize that you still have other options to consider. For example, at our office, we can customize your treatment to include a variety of types of dental implant posts, including small-diameter dental implants that are specifically… Read more »

Why Some Dental Implants Are Smaller in Diameter

Dental implants have long been a preferable solution for rebuilding smiles after patients experience tooth loss. The preference stems mainly from the fact that dental implants are the only way to replace the roots of missing teeth. This has a significant impact on the quality of your restoration and the long-term state of your oral… Read more »