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What You Need To Know Before Dental Surgery

Getting dental surgery can be a little scary and being prepared can help. Wondering what to expect for your next dental surgery? Here’s what you need to know. What Is Oral Surgery? Oral surgery refers to any surgery involving your mouth, teeth, jaw, and face. Dentists perform small oral surgeries, but oral and maxillofacial surgeons

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A Patient’s Guide to Sinus Lift

If you’re thinking about getting dental implants but don’t have enough bone in your upper jaw area, your dentist may recommend a sinus lift, and you probably have a lot of questions about this type of dental reconstruction. To help you prepare, here’s a look at the details. What is a Sinus Lift? A type

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Don’t Stress Over Dental Reconstruction

Dental reconstruction is the process of replacing all the teeth in your mouth. This process restores the beauty and functionality of your mouth, and it can be life-changing for people who are missing multiple teeth, suffer from extensive decay, have severely worn teeth or are born with conditions that necessitate full mouth reconstruction. Many people

Teeth in an Hour Dental Implants

Like most people who have lost some or all of their natural teeth to dental disease or trauma, you want to have a restoration placed as soon as possible. Perhaps having a gap in your smile makes you feel self-conscious or you find it more challenging to care for your oral health. From the perspective

Dental Implants for Children

Dental implants are a permanent restoration for missing teeth that replace the root as well as the tooth. Because children younger than teenagers do not yet have their permanent teeth, this option is generally not appropriate for them. However, older children who have lost teeth due to an accident or who have experienced inhibited growth

Dental Implants vs. Bridges

You have various options for tooth replacement when you lose a single tooth or several teeth to dental disease or trauma to the mouth. Two of these options are dental implants and dental bridges. While each has pros and cons, dental implants tend to be the more durable and aesthetically pleasing of the two. We

Will Anyone Notice My New Dental Implants?

One of the common concerns that patients have when receiving new dental implants is whether others can notice that they have replacement teeth. It is easy to understand this concern when you consider that other tooth replacement options, such as dentures, retainers, and bridges, are often visible to others. This is especially true when the

How Long Can You Wait to Get a Tooth Implant?

If you are missing one of your natural teeth, a tooth implant makes an attractive and realistic looking replacement. Your oral surgeon also replaces the missing roots of your tooth to provide better stabilization of your jaw. People often feel interested in the idea of getting a tooth implant but delay scheduling oral surgery for

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Can You Get Dental Implants if You Have TMJ?

We all realize the importance of maintaining healthy teeth, but many people are unaware of the fact that one of the risks of missing one or more teeth and not replacing them with dental implants or another restoration as soon as possible is the development of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, which causes pain in the

How Do Implant Teeth Change the Shape of Your Face?

Whether you are missing one or several of your natural teeth, you may be considering implant teeth to replace them. Dental implants are a popular choice and an excellent option for teeth restoration for several reasons. Some of the most common ones include that they look and function like natural teeth and the procedure replaces