Category: Dental Implants

A Few Things Dental Implants Can Help You Avoid

If you lose one or more teeth, then replacing it as soon as possible is the best way to protect your oral health from the many serious consequences of tooth loss. However, even with a lifelike dental bridge or denture, the loss of your teeth can continue to affect your oral health in several ways… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Improve Life With A Dental Prosthetic

Receiving a prosthetic for a missing tooth – or a larger prosthetic piece to address multiple missing teeth – can improve your appearance, and your dental function. That being said, if you want to enjoy prosthetic support that helps you regain confidence in biting and chewing, talk to your dentist about having dental implant support… Read more »

Why Your Dentist Suggests a Dental Implant

After you lose a tooth, your first step should be to visit your dentist as soon as possible to gauge the loss’ impact on your smile and determine the best replacement option. In most cases, that option is a lifelike dental crown supported by a dental implant post. A dental crown is a custom-designed replica… Read more »

Could a Dental Implant Restore Your Confidence?

Are you embarrassed by an old dental prostheses that no longer fits comfortably or stays in place securely, when you chew? Do you sometimes find yourself dreaming about an update that could inspire more confidence and comfort, both when you speak to friends and family, and especially when you eat? Fortunately, modern restorative dentistry provides… Read more »

Is a Dental Implant What You Need to Smile Again?

Have you grown embarrassed to spend time with friends, and even with your family, because of your incomplete smile? Tooth loss can be a frustrating experience as an adult, and one that can lead to struggles to maintain proper nutrition, as well as to enjoy time with loved ones, due to embarrassment about one’s smile…. Read more »

Dental Implants: Restoring Your Lost Teeth

One of the leading causes behind tooth loss is infection, such as periodontal disease and tooth decay. These infections are fortunately preventable, which may account for the decrease of tooth loss in recent years. However, when preventive measures aren’t taken to protect your oral health, these kinds of infections can drastically damage your teeth –… Read more »

How Dental Implants Improve Your Smile

In the best of all worlds, we’d all have beautiful teeth, and they would stay with us throughout our life.  But life isn’t always that way. Your smile can change over time. Teeth can be lost through accidents, tooth decay or planned removal.  However a gap comes about, it is important to replace a missing tooth. … Read more »

Stop Facial Collapse with Dental Implants

When you are missing teeth, your jawbone will actually begin to shrink. Your face will take on an aged appearance and sunken cheeks. This is called facial collapse, and it isn’t an overnight process, but the change in appearance can be quite concerning. Facial collapse is not a purely aesthetic issue, either. Deterioration of the… Read more »

Differences Between Dentures and Dental Implants

Whether you lose a tooth naturally, or have to have one (or more) extracted, you will have to grapple with what to do for a replacement. If you leave the space in your mouth without any structure, eating and speaking can become challenging. Beyond that, your body will stop sending nutrients to that area of… Read more »

Top Reasons for Dental Implants

Dental patients with missing teeth have several options to restore form and function. Traditional dentures have served a great purpose in tooth replacement for a long time. However, new technology and advancements in dentistry allow dentists to provide patients with the means of replacement which most closely mimic natural teeth. Dental implants are increasingly popular… Read more »