Single Tooth Dental Implant

SINGLE TOOTH DENTAL IMPLANT Dental implants offer the best solution for replacement of missing or failing teeth. Dental implants are now considered as the only natural way to replace teeth. This is because dental implants function precisely the same way as natural teeth do. Dental implants are titanium screw that  are surgically placed into the jaw bone in place of the missing tooth. Because they are biocompatible with human body, dental implants bond strongly with

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Upper Missing Front Tooth Case Study

REPLACEMENT OF AN UPPER FRONT TOOTH Replacement of an upper front tooth is by far one of the most challenging implant treatments of all. This is due to the esthetic consideration in front of the mouth. Upper front teeth are the most prominent facial feature when you smile and an attractive smile is the most important asset in your personal and professional life. Replacement of a single tooth in the front of the mouth requires

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Dental implant treatment considerations

Dental implant treatment considerations for patients taking Bisphosphonates   Bisphosphonates (both oral and intravenous) are used to manage osteoporosis as well as certain types of cancers. These compounds are potent inhibitors of osteoclastic-mediated bone resorption. Therefore, physiologic bone resorption and remodeling are severely compromised in patients receiving bisphosphonate therapy. Additionally, bisphosphonates have antiangiogenic properties and may be directly tumoricidal, making them an important agent in cancer therapy. All bisphosphonate compounds accumulate over extended periods of

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Postoperative Instructions

Postoperative instructions following dental implants Placement of dental implants usually does not create a great deal of pain. However, carefully reading and following these instructions will ensure smooth and easy healing. Please read the following instructions before surgery. If you have any questions or concerns, discuss those with Dr. Khazian or his surgical assistants.If you have extreme pain and/or swelling which can not be controlled with your prescribed medications, please call our office immediately. After

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Dental implants in adolescents

Dental implants in adolescents The World Health Organization defines an adolescent as being between the ages of 10 and 19. The jaw bone undergoes dynamic growth activity during these years. Placing dental implant in such an environment can lead to unpredictable results. A major concern in placing dental implants in adolescents is the possibility of relocation or displacement with time with respect to natural dentition. In addition, the placement of a rigid implant-born prosthesis may

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