If you've only lost one tooth, you may wonder if it's really worth replacing that tooth. You can still chew and talk. Unless it's a front tooth, most people won't realize you are missing it. Can't you just leave that space empty? Well, you could — but that's not usually your best option. There are a few reasons why single tooth implants are generally recommended. To protect your other teeth [Read More]
6 Benefits Of Mini Dental Implants
Mini dental implants are similar to traditional dental implants, in that they are made of titanium and they screw into the jawbone. But as their name suggests, mini dental implants are smaller than traditional dental implants. Their small size comes with many benefits. 1. Less Bone Necessary Even if you have some bone loss, you can still have mini dental implants because mini dental implants require less bone than traditional dental implants do. [Read More]
Three Things You Should Know Before Getting Same-Day Dental Implants
Getting dental implants is typically a months-long process. Technology has advanced so much, however, that you can now have dental implants installed the same day and start using them right away. Before you rush to make an appointment, though, here are three important things you need to know about the procedure. Everything Is Done the Same Day Same-day dental implants save massive amounts of time, but the procedure is only able to do that because everything involved with it is done in one appointment. [Read More]
Bumpy Teeth Since Childhood? It's Not Your Fault.
Most people have smooth but porous teeth. However, some people have noticeable pits and bumps on the surface of their teeth. If your teeth are like this and have been for as long as you can remember, it's understandable if you're not happy about it. The good news is, this condition isn't your fault, and there is a fix for it. Read on to learn about both of these things. [Read More]