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What You Need To Know About Dental Implants

With the advancement of dental procedures and improvements to oral health today, there are many opportunities for you to keep your oral health in great condition. When you have teeth that are missing from injury or bad oral health, for example, dental implants can restore your teeth and your smile. Here are some tips and insight about what you need to know about dental implant surgery and what you can expect from it when you are ready for it to help improve your life. Read More 

Answers To Common Implant Bone Grafting Questions

Dental implants must be placed in hard, strong, and dense bone material. If you are lacking density and thickness, then your dentist may suggest the placement of a bone graft before the implant root is secured. Bone grafting can sound a bit scary. After all, it does involve one or several invasive procedures. To calm your nerves a bit, keep reading to learn the answers to a few common bone grafting questions. Read More 

Nursing A Sore Jaw After A Dental Procedure? Here Are Some Things To Try

After a dental procedure, you may notice some sensitivity in your teeth or some discomfort in your gums for a little while, but these sensations will quickly go away. Another feeling of which you might be aware is a sore jaw. During a lengthy dental procedure, you need to hold your jaw widely open for an extended period of time, and this can lead to it feeling sore later that day and perhaps the following day, too. Read More 

Why Is Early Orthodontic Treatment Ideal?

While many people believe the best time to see an orthodontist is during the teenager years, early orthodontic treatment is quite beneficial for children and can easily put a stop to certain issues that are starting to occur with the teeth, such as overlapping and overcrowding. Although it is not as common to see younger children with braces, this earlier orthodontic treatment is becoming more popular than ever before because it allows children to have their teeth properly aligned much earlier in life while putting a stop to different issues that can negatively impact the children as they get older. Read More 

Three Simple Tips For Maintaining Your New Dental Implants

When dental implants are well taken care of, they can last for years, even decades. However, it's all dependent upon how good your oral health is and how you treat your new implants. Here are three easy tips to improve your chances of keeping your dental implants for even longer than average. Gum Health Dental implants are secured in your mouth just like real teeth - with a stem under the tooth that goes into your gums. Read More