Congenitally Missing Teeth: Are dental implants an option?

Hypodontia, or congenitally missing teeth, tends to affect lateral incisors and premolars. When these teeth fail to develop, patients may pursue treatment options like braces to close the gaps between teeth or prosthetics to complete their smiles. Adults who have congenitally missing teeth may benefit from dental implants. If you are interested in finding out… Continue reading Congenitally Missing Teeth: Are dental implants an option?

Dental Implants: Will I be able to chew with the same force I use with my natural teeth?

Tooth loss can have a negative impact on your nutrition, limiting your ability to chew healthy foods like fresh fruits and vegetables that provide a variety of minerals and vitamins. If you choose dental implants to restore your smile, you can preserve nearly all of the chewing function of your biological teeth. Dental implants are… Continue reading Dental Implants: Will I be able to chew with the same force I use with my natural teeth?

Your Most Common Dental Implant Questions Answered

When you’re exploring your treatment options to replace missing teeth, you will want to gather as much information about all of your choices, including dental implants. It can be helpful to start with a general understanding of what is involved in dental implant placement. You may have more detailed questions that many patients have asked… Continue reading Your Most Common Dental Implant Questions Answered

Dental Implants: A Permanent Tooth Replacement Solution

When you’re considering your options for tooth replacement, you should think about how long the appliance will last. Of all of the possibilities, dental implants offer maximum longevity because they are structurally complete, consisting of an artificial root and crown. The durability of dental implants is just one of many appealing features of this treatment… Continue reading Dental Implants: A Permanent Tooth Replacement Solution

How To Determine If Dental Implants Are Right For You

When you need to replace a missing tooth, you have a number of treatment options, including getting a dental implant. It’s important to do your research to determine which restoration will be best for you. We recommend that you schedule a consultation with an oral surgeon to learn whether dental implants might be a good… Continue reading How To Determine If Dental Implants Are Right For You

Dental Implants: Advantages of Choosing A Structurally Complete Tooth Replacement

Patients have multiple options when they need to replace a missing tooth, and it’s important to investigate all of the possibilities to ensure that you choose the treatment that best meets your needs. For example, many patients find that the advantages associated with dental implants are appealing to them. We encourage any patient who has… Continue reading Dental Implants: Advantages of Choosing A Structurally Complete Tooth Replacement

Why Choose an Oral Surgeon for Dental Implant Placement

One of the best things you can do after tooth loss is to replace your missing teeth with dental implants. These sturdy prosthetics offer a structurally complete replacement tooth that closely replicates natural oral function. If you’re interested in pursuing dental implants for treating tooth loss, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our… Continue reading Why Choose an Oral Surgeon for Dental Implant Placement

Dental Implants: A Great Remedy for Tooth Loss

Dental implants make wonderful replacement teeth because they address the loss of both a tooth’s crown and its roots. This means that dental implants can look and perform like biological teeth. If you’re reviewing your tooth replacement options, we recommend looking into whether dental implants are right for your needs. What are dental implants? Dental… Continue reading Dental Implants: A Great Remedy for Tooth Loss

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