Do Teeth Implants Look Natural?

Between talking, eating, and smiling, our teeth are constantly on display, so you aren’t alone if you’re concerned about the look of the prosthetics used to replace your missing or damaged tooth. But do teeth implants look natural? Do Teeth Implants Look Natural? Fortunately, all professional tooth replacement options look quite natural, especially dental implants.…

Can You Break a Dental Implant?

Dental implants are the most reliable form of tooth replacement. They are the only option that mimics the aesthetic appearance of a real tooth as well as its function within the jaw. As a result of their complete integration into the jaw, dental implants have a 98% success rate with appropriate care. However, there is still a…

Can Dental Implants Be Replaced?

Dental implants have a design as a permanent tooth replacement option. As long as the procedure is performed correctly and the implant is properly cared for, it isn’t uncommon for the crown to last for twenty years or more. Even then, the post anchored in your jaw is usually doesn’t require replacement. By comparison, a…

How long is the Dental Implants Process?

When it comes to replacing missing teeth, dental implants are the gold standard. With adequate care, a dental implant can last upwards of twenty years. In addition, dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that stimulates the jaw bone, which prevents the bone loss and facial sagging that are typically caused by missing teeth. But…

How Long Do Teeth Replacements Last?

A dental implant is the optimal choice when it comes to replacing a missing tooth. But how long do such teeth replacements last? Implants are physically anchored in the jaw bone and outfitted with a sturdy porcelain prosthetic that is personally designed to mimic your natural teeth. This sturdy structure helps the implant function as…

What Are Your Options After Having a Tooth Pulled?

Many patients wonder: what are your options after having a tooth pulled? A tooth extraction is the medical term for having a tooth pulled. Your dentist may suggest an extraction if a tooth is damaged beyond repair. They may also suggest removing teeth if there isn’t enough room in your mouth for all of your teeth to…

The Connection between Gum Disease and Heart Disease

You probably already know that gum disease is a bad thing. It makes you more susceptible to tooth decay, can result in the loss of teeth, and can even cause severe infections that could threaten your life. However, did you know that having gum disease may also be linked to heart disease? Statistically speaking, Harvard Health states…

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