Category: Dental Implants

Can Dental Implants Really Do It All?

When you first learn about dental implants as a tooth replacement, your takeaway will likely include a general sense of awe. “Wow!” you may think to yourself, “They really can do it all!” Then, as is the usual case when something seems too wonderful, you may find yourself wondering if there’s some drawback. Or, if… Read more »

What Dental Implants Can Do That Nothing Else Can

Choices make life interesting. Choices also make your dental treatment more effective. Treating your oral health issues requires a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific situation. One thing that remains constant, however, is the need to preserve as much of your healthy tooth structure as possible, or effectively replace as much of it as… Read more »

The Dental Implant Process

Are you curious about what to expect when receiving dental implants? While most patients will quickly agree that the benefits are impressive and quite attractive, there’s more to consider when you are thinking about choosing implants to address your tooth loss. For instance, the process required to receive implants is quite different than those required… Read more »

Implants: Jaw Health And Candidacy

Have you been thinking about replacing the teeth you have lost with dental implants? What is causing you to wait? In many cases, we find that patients are worried about their not-so-great jaw health because they know it may affect their candidacy for implant placement. The bad news is that by avoiding a consultation, your… Read more »

How To Care For Implants

Dental implants are extremely appealing to many patients because of their extensive list of advantages. However, we often see patients quickly shy away from implants for a variety of reasons. Some are unsure about candidacy, others are looking for an immediate tooth replacement solution, while many are simply worried about what daily maintenance will require…. Read more »

Types Of Denture Support

If you know anything about dentures, you know that they act as removable dental prosthetics that can replace partial tooth loss or even complete tooth loss. If you’ve learned a lot about dentures, you may think that once you become familiar with the differences between full and partial dentures, you’ve learned all you need to… Read more »

Time To Learn Dental Implant Terms

If you are looking for an exceptional way to replace your missing teeth, you may have stumbled across the long list of advantages associated with dental implants. You may be thinking a couple things at the moment. First, “Hooray!” may be one of them, since implants offer long-term replacement options for both the visible portion… Read more »

Dental Implants: A Patient’s Guide

If you’ve recently lost a tooth, whether to an accidental injury, gum disease, tooth decay, or any other cause, your family dentist has probably suggested that you get that missing tooth replaced as quickly as possible. And he’s got good reason to do that: missing teeth can seriously impact your ability to eat and speak… Read more »

3 Embarrassing Problems Caused by Missing Teeth

Whether you lost a tooth falling off your bike, taking a softball to the face, or by simply not taking care of your smile properly, that missing tooth is probably a source of embarrassment. Maybe you hide your mouth behind your hand when you smile, or you refuse to laugh loudly or yawn in front… Read more »