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Dental Bridge vs. Implant: What's the Best Way to Replace a Tooth?

Dental Bridge vs. Implant: What's the Best Way to Replace a Tooth?

Have you lost a tooth? Whether you're missing one tooth or several teeth, your dentist will recommend filling the gap. As well as affecting your appearance, a gap in your smile could make it more it difficult to eat, affect your speech or lead to the surrounding teeth shifting position and going cro..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

Are Dental Implants Safe?

Are Dental Implants Safe?

If you need to replace one or more missing teeth, your dentist may recommend dental implants as a more permanent alternative to dentures. Dental implants have a high success rate and can last for many years when you take good care of your oral health, but things still sometimes go wrong.[1] Your den..... Read more

Category: Restorative Dentistry

Am I Too Old for Tooth Implants?

Am I Too Old for Tooth Implants?

Gaps in your smile aren't just a cosmetic issue. Missing teeth can make it more difficult to eat certain foods, which can affect your diet and nutrition. That's why dentists always recommend replacing a lost tooth to fill the gap and help restore the appearance and function of your smile.[1]If you'r..... Read more

Category: General Dental

5 Tips for Post Dental Implant Treatment

5 Tips for Post Dental Implant Treatment

After you have dental implants, it is important to make sure that they remain firmly rooted in your gums as well as to maintain the natural aesthetics of the prosthetic teeth. While it is true that dental implant treatments enjoy a high success rate – which partly accounts for its healthy take up ra..... Read more

Category: Restorative Dentistry

5 Reasons You Should Replace Your Missing Teeth!

5 Reasons You Should Replace Your Missing Teeth!

There are short-term as well as long-term effects to losing one’s teeth. Not only can missing teeth affect the appearance of your smile, it can hamper the normal functions of your teeth – anything from speech to chewing and biting. Missing teeth can also be frustrating and embarrassing. It can make ..... Read more

Category: Restorative Dentistry