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Are you looking for a quick guide to tell you more about the implant process? Are you wondering which steps are involved? Youʼve come to the right place. Sure we could get technical when answering these questions, but youʼd probably be falling asleep on your keyboard because of the extensive dental verbiage. Weʼll spare you. Instead, weʼll give you a…Continue reading
You can benefit from dental implants in many ways. As a matter of fact, we recommend dental implants for our patients who are most likely to benefit. One of the best things about implants: they have a 98% success rate. That means once you have dental implants, you won’t have to worry about failure or fixing them (if you take…Continue reading
If you’re interested in dental implants to restore your teeth, you probably already researched the basics of dental implants; but how much do you really know about dental implants? Well, our implant dentists are here to share some fascinating statistics from the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Dental implants statistics and facts The scientific literature suggests that dental implants have…Continue reading
How important are patient medical histories when it comes to the success of dental implant procedures? Well, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry says thorough medical histories are very important to dental implant success. Dental implants for older patients Those who receive tooth implants are typically of the older population. Patient medical histories are critical for older patients, especially since…Continue reading
People who are missing teeth have two options for replacing them: dentures and dental implants. In the past, dentures were considered the go-to treatment for people who needed to restore their ability to eat and speak, and to improve the appearance of the smile. Now, however, dental implants are the gold standard of replacing missing teeth and restoring the patient’s…Continue reading
For seniors who are missing teeth, dentures are often considered the standard treatment. However, for many patients, dental implants are a much more convenient and preferable option. Dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth, and there are many benefits to choosing dental implants over dentures. The Limitations of Dentures Though dentures are often used to replace seniors’ missing…Continue reading