Month: April 2020

Things You Should Know About Jawbone Grafting

There are many aspects to your oral health and bite function that could become areas of concern before you realize it. In some cases, lesser known consequences of things like chronic periodontal disease or tooth loss can affect other structures, such as the bone structure in your upper and/or lower dental ridges. If your jawbone’s… Read more »

Why Dental Implants Are Great for Replacing Extracted Teeth

After losing one or more teeth, patients often realize that dental implants are the best way to fully restore their smiles. However, when you’re faced with the need to extract a tooth, replacing it afterward not be the first thing that comes to mind. While the tooth remains, the best thing for it should be… Read more »

Could Dental Implants Really Improve Your Oral Health?

Restoring your smile is about more than just making it look the way it did before you developed an oral health concern. For example, restoring a damaged tooth doesn’t just make it look healthy again, but also restores its health and structural integrity so you can fully bite and chew with it again. The same… Read more »