Benefits of Dental Implants Compared to Other Treatments There are many reason whyÂ implant teethÂ are considered to be the standard of care in comparison to other options for restoration of missing teeth. For example: â€¢ Â Â Â Implant teethÂ provide a long term solution for replacing missing teeth. Traditional dental bridges have a typical life span of five to ten years. Dental implants are designed to last a lifetime when properly cared for. â€¢ Â Â Implant teethÂ restore missing teeth
Dental Implantologist As An Artist Replacement of failing or missing teeth in the upper front section of mouth, particularly in young adults is one of the most challengingÂ dental implantÂ procedures in dentistry. This area of the mouth is called the â€œesthetic zoneâ€ and any deviation from sound surgical and cosmetic techniques, while operating in this areaÂ may produce an end result which would not be favorable to the patient and the implantologist. Maintaining the overall gum
Is flossing A waste Of Time? Not Really You may have read in the news recently that flossing is no longer recommended in the recent Federal Dietary Guidelines. When I came across that, I was pretty shocked because there is absolutely no doubt in my mind, as a dentist with 26 years experience, that flossing is critical to a good oral hygiene. As I read more about this I found out that the flossing was
Do You Have Denture Problems? Do You Have Denture Problems? Dental Implants Offer The Best Solution Â What Is A Denture? DenturesÂ are removable prosthesis that replace missing teeth. FullÂ denturesÂ replace all teeth in one or both jaws. PartialÂ denturesÂ replace several teeth and are usually anchored to some remaining natural teeth. FullÂ denturesÂ have been used for many decades by people with missing teeth and although a valuable treatment option, it has also had quite a few draw backs.Â DenturesÂ are quite
Root Canals â€“ Dental Implant Centers My Root Canal Failed. Now What? This is quite a common scenario which may happen to anyone who has had a root canal on one or more teeth. As a matter of fact I see quite a few patient who present with failed root canals. Of course such failure is a big disappointment to a patient who probably paid a considerable amount of money for the root canal.