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Archive for December 2019

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Dental Implants: Qualifications and Benefits

Dental Implants: Do I Qualify? Dental implants are considered the leading tooth restoration option, and this is mainly because they offer patients who are suffering from missing teeth a permanent solution. Also, they have a unique number of benefits and if they are taken care of properly then they can last a lifetime. Essentially, when you make an investment in dental implant you are investing in your future and improving your quality of life. Here at our office we utilize advanced technology to provide our patients with quality and customized dental implants, but the question of how do you know if you qualify still remains to learn about this read more below:

Do You Meet the Conditions For Dental Implants? In order for dental implants to remain affixed to your jaw, these ideal conditions must be present:

• Healthy gum tissue: Implants need to be maintained in the same manner as regular teeth. Diseased or unhealthy gum tissue can compromise the integrity of your implants much the same way they do with your normal teeth, such as loosening the connective tissue the secures the implant to the jawbone.

• Adequate jaw bone density: Because dental implants are rooted into your jaw bone, you need to have sufficient bone density for your dentist to work with. Once you have lost a tooth, the underlying jaw bone can deteriorate. Thus, it is important that you seek treatment soon after losing a tooth.

• The time to complete the process: The entire process of receiving your dental implant screws to having your permanent crowns placed can take up to six months. Therefore, you need to be committed to actively participating in the placement and recovery process in order for your procedure to be successful.

Schedule An Appointment In order to know for sure if you qualify for dental implants the best thing to do would be to make an appointment. Doing so will allow your dentist to examine your mouth and tell you whether or not you would be a good candidate for dental implants or what might need to be done to make you one. For example, if you need bone grafting to support your dental implants your dentist would inform you.
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Cosmetic Dentistry: Enhance Your Smile

Cosmetic Dentistry: Enhance Your Smile Advancements in cosmetic dentistry have made it so that anyone who is unhappy with their smile can have access to a cosmetic procedure that help to create a new whiter and brighter smile for them. If you are unhappy with your smile, then there is a cosmetic procedure available for you. Here are a few different cosmetic treatments that are available to you read below to learn more about your options.

Teeth Whitening Getting your teeth professionally whitened is the most efficient way to whiten your teeth effectively. This is because your dentist has the advanced technology as well as the skills to improve your smile. Also, professional whitening will offer you quick results and a whiter smile means a confidence boost.

Porcelain Veneers Porcelain Veneers are a great option if you have any minor dental flaws such as tooth discoloration, misaligned teeth or gaps in your teeth. The porcelain veneers are designed to fit directly over your natural teeth. Also, they’re used to help cover up imperfections and add a protective layer to your teeth.

Dental Implants Dental Implants are a permanent solution for patients who are suffering from missing teeth. They are a great tooth restoration option because they promote bone growth and are great for a patient’s jawbone health. Dental implants improve the aesthetic appeal of a patient’s smile and increase their confidence.

Schedule a Consultation If you are considering receiving a cosmetic procedure then it would be beneficial if you contacted our office to set up a consultation with our dentist. This will allow you to get all of your questions answered and to work with your dentist to explore your options as well as deciding what’s right for you.  
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