Replacing missing teeth can improve not only your appearance, but your overall oral health as well. We recommend a long-lasting alternative to traditional dentures and bridges: dental implants. How long does receiving dental implants take? How much time is needed to obtain a strong and sturdy implant-supported prosthetic?
Month: May 2017
We often speak with patients interested in replacing their lost teeth with implants, but aren’t sure if they’re viable candidates. What makes a patient qualify for dental implants? We’re going to look at a few factors that can decide if this is the best choice for addressing minor or advanced tooth loss.
What should you do if you lose a single tooth? In the past, a dental bridge would be your only option. However, we can now replace single missing tooth with a lifelike dental implant. Do you need an implant and crown? What does placing one and maintaining it involve?
Many people assume replacing multiple missing teeth with dental implants means placing a single tooth implant one at a time. However, we can use multiple posts to secure a prosthetic, such as a denture and yes, even a dental bridge. Doing so can provide greater stability, as well as a host of other benefits. Do… Read more »
We’ve discussed single tooth dental implants multiple times. We use these options to replace a single missing tooth one at a time. But what about cases of advanced tooth loss? Fortunately, we can help restore the function and appearance of your smile with implant-retained dentures. Implant dentures offer a number of different benefits.