Mistakes You Shouldn't Make With A Dental Implant

Posted on: 15 September 2022

Has your dentist recommended getting a dental implant to restore your fractured, decayed, or missing tooth? This artificial tooth functions like natural teeth and will improve your smile, help you retain your facial features, and prevent jawbone loss.  If the dentist confirms that you can undergo this oral surgery, you will need to educate yourself on these implants, what to expect, and how to ensure your surgery is successful. This post will share common blunders that may derail dental implants, so avoid them at all costs.
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Can You Replace Your Dental Bridge?

Posted on: 10 August 2022

Dental bridges are a long-lasting option for replacing one or more teeth in a single arch. But eventually, dental bridges may begin to fail. Using a failing dental bridge for eating and speaking is difficult and sometimes painful. Fortunately, if the conditions are right, your dentist can replace your failing dental bridge with a new bridge. Failing dental bridges can sometimes be repaired If the main issue with your dental bridge is that it is loose, then in most cases, your dentist will be able to remove the bridge.
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Corrective Jaw Surgery: Do You Need It Soon?

Posted on: 7 July 2022

If your upper jaw is out of line with your lower jaw, you may find it difficult to chew food, speak, or even close your mouth at times. You may even struggle to breathe at night because of your jaw problems. You can repair the problems with your jaw through corrective surgery. Learn more below about jaw problems and how corrective surgery can repair your jaw. What's Wrong With Your Upper and Lower Jaw?
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No Symptoms? Wisdom Teeth Extraction And Your Healthy Mouth

Posted on: 25 May 2022

Do you need a wisdom tooth extraction if you don't have symptoms? You have wisdom teeth—but you don't have pain, swelling, or facial pressure/discomfort. If you're not sure whether your pain-free wisdom teeth should stay or you need to schedule an extraction, take a look at what you need to know about this common dental procedure. Can You Keep Your Wisdom Teeth? Yes, you can live with wisdom teeth. These teeth are the third molars—and can cause problems for some people.
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