Category: Dental Implants

Can Implants Really Prevent Your Denture from Moving?

For many people who wear conventional dentures, one of the common drawbacks is waiting for the restoration to eventually lose its grip and become loose. While modern dentures can be designed to closely match the contour of your dental ridge for a comfortable, secure fit, this fit can change over time, causing the restoration to… Read more »

Should Your Replacement Tooth Include a Dental Implant?

The healthy, natural form and function of your teeth are optimal for their long-term health and integrity. Unfortunately, several different conditions may impact the overall function of your teeth, and the loss of one of them can be a significant one. When it comes to dealing with tooth loss, the best way to restore your… Read more »

How Dental Implants Become Part of Your Smile

There are many reasons why patients who experience tooth loss choose dental implants to restore their smiles. Most of these reason stem from the simple, but significant, difference between implants and traditional restorations – the ability to replace your lost teeth roots. Dental implant restorations include prosthetic dental crowns, bridges, and dentures that are supported… Read more »

How Bridges and Dentures Perform with Dental Implants

Many people who’ve experienced tooth loss rely on a custom designed dental bridge or denture to maintain their healthy smiles and bite function. This is important for many different reasons, including the positive impact it has on helping them regain their confidence in their smiles’ appearance. However, even highly lifelike conventional bridges and dentures have… Read more »

Replacing a Tooth With an Implant Before It’s Lost

After losing a tooth, the need to replace it can be a relatively obvious need. However, in some cases, your dentist or oral health specialist can determine when a tooth is going to be lost and can’t be saved. In such cases, waiting for the tooth to fall out could allow the condition that causes… Read more »

When Dental Implants Are the Best Next Step

The term, tooth loss, can seem pretty straightforward at first glance. However, the specifics surrounding your tooth loss and replacement can be vastly different than those of other people, and this may impact the details of your smile restoration plan. For many people who experience tooth loss, the best solution for addressing it is by… Read more »

Relying On Dental Implants To Secure Your Dental Bridge

In many situations, a patient receiving a dental bridge will have their restoration secured with the use of two dental crowns, These are located at either side of the actual replacement tooth (or replacement teeth). Once the teeth surrounding a smile gap have been capped, a person can enjoy the stability of a permanent dental… Read more »

What You Don’t Have to Worry About With Dental Implants

After successfully dealing with any oral health concern, you can ideally stop worrying about it and any potential affects it might cause your smile. The right oral health treatment can help you address most oral health concerns in a way that stops their progression entirely and helps you restore any natural tooth structure or oral… Read more »

How Dental Implants Perform Long-Term

The appearance of your smile is an important aspect of your oral health, but healthy and attractive teeth are much more than just accessories. They play several vital roles in your everyday life, and when you lose a tooth, the consequences can be more complex than you realize at first. Because of this, many patients… Read more »

How Implants Stop Your Restoration from Moving

Today’s modern dental restorations, such as bridges and dentures, have advanced significantly from their traditional versions. For instance, today’s bridges and dentures can replicate your healthy, natural tooth structure so well that they remain virtually indistinguishable from the rest of your smile. However, if you’ve worn a dental bridge or denture for a while, then… Read more »