We can use implant dentistry to replace one or more missing teeth. But can anyone suffering from tooth loss obtain dental implants? In today’s blog, we’re looking at who qualifies for dental implants, as well as the placement and restoration process.
Category: Restorative Dentistry
We have a number of options available to repair damaged teeth, such as crowns for fractures or veneers for misshapen teeth. However, should you chip a tooth, we can often fix it in one visit using dental bonding. How does the bonding procedure work?
Do you have multiple issues with the health and appearance of your smile? If you have everything from damaged to missing teeth, as well as serious underlying oral health issues, then you may be ready for a full mouth reconstruction. Let’s look at a few common questions about this unique treatment option.
Did you know that we can create a restoration in a single visit? In the past, placing a crown meant at least two to three visits. However, we can use CAD/CAM technology to create and place them in one visit, restoring your smile without interrupting your already hectic schedule.
We have a number of options for replacing missing teeth. Many our patients are familiar with, such as bridges or removable dentures. However, we can also provide a natural looking and longer-lasting option with implant dentistry. What makes dental implants so lifelike and last so much longer than traditional tooth replacement options?
If you chip a tooth, you may assume the issue is barely noticeable and thus, not worth the effort to have repaired. However, even minor damage to your tooth could lead to the onset of decay or other oral health concerns. We always recommend having a chipped tooth fixed as soon as possible!
Do you have a tooth that hurts and has for more than a day? If so, then you may need to see the dentist. A persistent toothache could be a sign of a cavity that requires treatment. Fortunately, we can offer restorative treatments to address pain in or around your teeth.
What happens when you avoid dental care? We’ve talked with patients that have put off dental visits for one reason or another, often for several years, until minor problems have cascaded into serious issues with the health and appearance of their smiles. Fortunately, it’s never too late to help, especially with a full mouth reconstruction.
We often talk about the need to replace your missing teeth. We discuss options that range from dental bridges to dentures and even advanced dental implants. But what makes tooth loss so bad for your smile? In today’s blog, we’re going to take a look at the dangers that missing teeth can pose for the… Read more »
When we see patients that have lost one or more teeth, we urge them to receive a tooth replacement, such as a dental implant. However, in some cases the patient may ask if dental implants are really necessary to fill the gap in their smile. What’s the big deal about a space in their smile?… Read more »