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Being Fitted for a Dental Implant Bridge

Initially dental implants were only used to replace an individual tooth that was lost to severe tooth decay or deep fracture. Over the course of the past two decades, dental implant technology and techniques have continued to advance. Now they can also be used to implant a bridge to replace one or more lost teeth… Read more »

The Different Types Of Dental Implants

Dental implants are an excellent restoration solution, permanently replacing both the root and crown a missing tooth. Another benefit of dental implants are the different options available to suit your unique needs. Take a look at the many types of dental implants. Endosteal Implants These are the traditional dental implant option. The process of placement… Read more »

5 Tips on Recovering Properly After Wisdom Tooth Extraction

After you have extracted your wisdom teeth, it’s very important that you heal properly. If you don’t, major dental problems could occur and your smile would be in grave danger. So, to help you heal properly and take advantage of the recovery process, we recommend doing the following things: · Reduce the bleeding as much… Read more »

5 Ways to Overcome Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is real and it destroys more smiles than you might realize. This is a problem that can be treated if you let it. So, if you are afraid of the dental office, stop avoiding appointments and do the following things: Talk to the Dentist Tell your dentist how you feel when you are… Read more »

Insights on Bone Graft Surgery

Multiple extractions, injuries and advanced gum disease can result in a loss of material in the bones that anchor your teeth to your jaw. If you are interested in having a dental implant to replace a lost tooth your dentist might require a bone graft surgery performed in advance. The graft will insure that there… Read more »

Preparation and Aftercare Tips for Recovering from Multiple Tooth Extraction

Injuries and advanced tooth decay can sometimes damage multiple teeth. Advance gum disease might compromise the integrity of several teeth which may require a partial or dentures in order to give you back the full function of your mouth. In these cases your dental professional will most likely suggest you have a multiple extraction procedure…. Read more »

Reasons for Needing Multiple Tooth Extractions

Multiple tooth extractions might be required after an accident or injury where several teeth have been severely fractured or knocked out. If left unchecked, tooth decay can also damage a tooth so badly that even a root canal cannot repair it completely. Advanced periodontal disease, also known as periodontitis, can cause a loss of material… Read more »

Tips to Help Prevent Dental Emergencies

Accidents and emergencies can happen to your mouth just like any other part of the body. While there will always be unpredictable situations, there are some things you can do to reduce the chances of oral injury and emergencies. Contact sports or rugged recreational activities are one of the more common causes of teeth being… Read more »