Tooth loss can mean difficulty eating your favorite foods, trouble speaking clearly, and embarrassing gaps in your smile. In serious cases, tooth loss has also been linked to an aged appearance (due to loss of jawbone density). In order to regain your ability to eat, speak, and show off a full smile, you need a… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry
Traditionally, a dental implant placement involves surgically inserting the implant portion. The implant, made from a biocompatible material (titanium), bonds with the jawbone and heals over a period of three to four months. We then add the abutment and restoration to complete the tooth. However, what if the entire procedure could be done in one… Read more »
There are a number of different options available for replacing missing teeth, such as dental bridges or a full or partial denture. However, few offer the same number of benefits as dental implants. What benefits does this tooth replacement option offer over more traditional dental prosthetics?
Let’s say you’ve avoided the dentist for several years. Some minor underlying health issues have now bloomed into serious problems, including tooth loss, misalignment, severe stains, or other problems. Even if the problems with your smile seem daunting, remember that we can completely reconstruct your smile. Would you like to learn more about our full… Read more »