Missing Teeth? 3 Reasons To Get Dental Implants Instead Of A Partial Bridge

Posted on: 9 February 2015

When you laugh at a joke or huddle in for a group picture, the last thing you want to worry about is how your smile looks. Unfortunately, if you have missing teeth, it can be easy to feel self-conscious. To quickly remedy the problem, many people opt for partial removable bridges. However, that retainer-like device might not be the best solution. Here are three reasons to get dental implants instead, and why you won't regret your decision later:
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Tooth Decay Myths: What's True And What's False

Posted on: 29 January 2015

Cavities and tooth decay or tooth loss are never something that a person wants to deal with. Thanks to scientific advancements, dentists now know that brushing, flossing and seeing your dentist regularly can go a long way to preventing these issues. But what about the rumors you hear on a daily basis? While some are true, others are very false. Check out the sites and get the inside scoop on three of the most commonly confused facts right here.
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Go Custom Or Go Home: 2 Ways A Prosthodontist Can Prevent Dental Problems And Solve Existing Issues

Posted on: 20 January 2015

If your regular dentist finds themself out of their league with your teeth, they might refer you to a prosthodontist. These specialists endure an additional three years of training that focuses on in-depth head and neck anatomy, special dental conditions, the nature of the human bite, and cosmetic dental surgery. This extra education helps prosthodontists to analyze difficult dental situations and provide targeted, customized care. Here are two ways a prosthodontist can prevent dental problems and solve existing issues, so that you can be proud of your smile.
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Dental Implants And Sinus Lifts - How To Keep Stitches From Ripping

Posted on: 13 January 2015

If you have a dental implants operation scheduled for one or several of your front teeth, then your surgeon may also need to complete a sinus lift. The lift allows the oral surgeon to place bone material in the lower part of your sinus cavity. This provides better bone mass, so the dental implant root can be secured better within the jaw. Cuts must be made to the sinus cavity to place the bone, and stitches secure the incision.
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