A Patient's Guide to The Dental Implant

A Patient’s Guide to The Dental Implant Procedure

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Today, most practitioners consider dental implants the gold standard for tooth replacement. Implants look and feel natural, enabling patients to smile, talk, and eat normally. Many patients may feel intimidated by receiving dental implants, but …

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Fixed Dental Implant Bridges vs Snap On Dentures

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When you need multiple teeth replaced, there are a few options available to you. If you are missing a few teeth in a row or even the majority of your teeth on the upper or …

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Dental Implant Pain and Recovery: What to Expect

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If you have broken, damaged, or missing teeth, it is likely that your dentist will suggest dental implants. They are artificial replacements for your teeth that require a surgical procedure to install them. The recovery …

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4 Reasons to Invest in Cosmetic Dentistry

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Cosmetic dentistry can have a drastic impact on a person’s life. From resolving long-term dental issues to restorative dental procedures, cosmetic dentistry has many benefits aside from the final appearance of your smile. If you’re …

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Dental Implant and Crown: Is This Combination Right for You?

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Archeological records show that early dental implants were in use in prehistoric times. Modern dental implants were invented in Sweden in the 1960s, and they became extremely popular starting in the 1990s. Today, dental implants …

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4 Myths About Dental Implants

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Archeological records show that primitive dental implants may have been in use during the prehistoric age, and implants were surprisingly widespread by 600 AD. Modern dental implants were developed in the 1970s, but they did …

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A Step by Step Guide to Dental Implants

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For centuries, dental bridges and dentures were the treatment of choice for missing or failing teeth. Today, though, dental implants have become the gold standard. One dental implant can replace one tooth, while fixed implant …