Avoid a Lengthy Wait with Same Day Dentures

While many patients prefer dental implants that support crowns and bridges, the recovery period for multiple dental implants can take quite some time. Theoretically, those who have suffered with total tooth failure would require extensive treatment and a long recovery time to replace every lost tooth with a single dental implant. Edentulous patients can benefit…

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FAQs About Dentures

If you need to replace an entire arch of missing teeth or need to restore a complete smile, you may have some questions about dentures and how they might be beneficial in your case. Here are some common questions that patients may have when considering their treatment options for dentures. What are my different options…

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Benefits of Implant-supported Dentures

Patients who are dissatisfied with conventional dentures that feel uncomfortable with a poor fit have a better option that offers a wide range of benefits: dental implants. Implant-supported appliances are more durable and functional for starters. Here’s a review of some of the advantages for patients who choose dental implants. Because the patient’s jaw forms…

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What do I need to bring to my dental implant consultation?

If your general dentist has referred you to an oral surgeon to be evaluated for dental implants to replace your missing teeth, the first step in the treatment process will be a consultation. At this initial appointment, the surgeon will examine your teeth and jaws to determine the best course of action regarding treatment. This…

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Dental Implants: Enjoy the Health Benefits of a Complete Smile

Tooth loss doesn’t just make your smile less attractive. It can also have a negative effect on your health. Fortunately, dental implants can help patients overcome the challenges presented by tooth loss. A complete smile is more effective at chewing the variety of food needed to provide all of the nutrition you need, and it…

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Questions to Ask During a Dental Implant Consultation

To make the most of your dental implant consultation, you should be prepared to get all of the information you need to make a decision about your treatment. The following questions give you a good guideline of what you should ask at the consultation. How do dental implants work? The dental implant consultation presents a…

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How Our Oral Surgeons Stay Updated On the Latest Technology

New treatment techniques and technologies are always being introduced in oral surgery, and it’s important for the specialty’s practitioners to make sure that they are in the know about the latest and greatest developments in their field. Doing so can improve a patient’s care whether they will be undergoing a dental implant placement, surgical extraction…

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Preserve Natural Teeth with Dental Implants

When you lose a biological tooth, the tooth replacement method that you choose can have an impact on your remaining natural teeth. In order to reduce the risk that they, too, will be lost, patients can consider dental implants as a treatment option. To replace a single tooth, an oral surgeon can insert a dental…

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Am I a candidate for mini dental implants?

Mini dental implants are a smaller version of traditional dental implants and can be used in the same way as dental implants. That is, an oral surgeon places mini dental implants in the jaw and over the course of several months, the bone forms a bond with the implant’s surface and makes the implant a…

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All-on-4 Dentures: Options for Restoring Your Smile

All-on-4 is a method of securing dentures to sturdy dental implants. This revolutionary method for stabilizing prosthetics can greatly improve a patient’s quality of life after tooth loss. All-on-4 is also beneficial to patients who have worn conventional dentures for years. Our oral surgeons have experience placing dental implants for both single and multiple tooth…

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