Dental Implants

Will a Dental Splint Save a Traumatized Tooth?

If one of your teeth suffers a trauma that causes it to become loose or even come out of the socket, we will often use a dental splint to hold it in place and allow it to heal. If you’re wondering what a dental splint looks like, there are several different types for [...]

Replacing Crowns on Your Dental Implants

One of the key benefits of dental implants is that they have the potential to last forever. Once an implant successfully integrates into your jawbone, there’s no reason to believe it won’t last 20, 30, even 50 years or more with proper care.  Unfortunately, the same is not always true of the [...]

Smiling Can Help You Avoid Loneliness

There’s a big difference between being alone and feeling lonely. Many people can spend hours, even days alone and never feel lonely. Other times, you might be in the middle of a crowd, but still feel isolated and lonely. So, what’s the difference? While we can’t eliminate individual variability, it turns out that one big [...]

How Dental Implants Offer a Dignified Retirement

Born between 1946 and 1964, the baby boomer generation is considered one of the most significant generations in the history of the United States. Much larger than generations before and after, this group stimulated the economy and rode a long wave of economic prosperity. Now this generation is facing a new adventure: retirement. According to [...]

Gum Disease Less Common with Implant Dentures

Dental implants are the tooth replacement that is most like your natural teeth. They look like natural teeth. They bite like natural teeth. And you care for them just like natural teeth: brush, floss, and make your regular dental visits. But dental implants have some of the same weaknesses as natural teeth, [...]

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