Despite the fact that modern-day dental implants are extremely successful, problems with dental implants can and do occur. While some implant issues may be down to things like bad planning/execution an incomplete assessment of the patient’s condition, or (in even lesser cases) a poorly made dental implant, the vast majority of common problems with dental implants are caused by the patient themselves. With these in mind, let’s take a closer look at some of the causes of dental implant problems and more importantly, how they can be avoided.
Google the term ‘teeth whitening strips review’ and it returns over 11,300 perfect match search results. While that will be enough to keep you busy, how do you know if they’re all genuine; and ultimately if you are seeking ways to whiten teeth, how do you then know the right product to buy?
Bone grafting for dental implants is a surprisingly common procedure for many people seeking dental implant placement, especially in those who have had missing teeth for any length of time. While most people focus on the cosmetic effects of an implant based-restoration it’s important to understand the various types of oral surgery associated with an implant procedure and how it will affect treatment times. So without further ado, here’s all you need to know…
Gingivitis isn’t just for adults. When bad bacteria does decide to set up home in our mouths and we fail to evacuate them with a good regime of brushing and flossing, they soon start to settle down in their droves. Unfortunately, a teenager’s mouth is a desirable location for bacteria to thrive.
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Let’s face it, who doesn’t want a Hollywood smile? People with gleaming white smiles seem so confident and attractive so why wouldn’t you be keen to investigate teeth whitening options?
Getting your teeth whitened could just elevate your appearance and who knows what else it could bring.
If you’re not far from getting your first dental implant there may be several things keeping you awake at night. While most people worry about the dental implant procedure it’s just as important that you know how to care for your new smile, post-surgery. With this in mind let’s take a look at the type of foods you need to eat while your body heals.
If you’re considering teeth straightening then your timing couldn’t be better! Not so long ago, dentists were limited to 2 general methods of moving teeth. Braces that consisted of brackets and wire stuck on the outside surface of your teeth; or lingual braces that fitted to the inside of your teeth. If you really didn’t want a mouth full of metal, it was a question of put up or shut up!
Millions of people around the world can enjoy a higher quality of life thanks to the advances of dental implantology. Thanks to the different types of dental implants on offer, you can have a customised and permanent replacement for missing teeth. The benefits of dental implants ensure you can chew with comfort, and smile with confidence even if you no longer have all your natural teeth.
If you’re considering going under the knife for a dental implant restoration, then your initial reaction on reading about how the tooth implant process is carried may be “ouch!”. While the thought of having to drill through bone to place a metal implant in the mouth is enough to make anyone cringe, the fact is that it’s a pain free process. What’s more, any discomfort felt post surgery, usually ceases within 7-10 days.
Over the past 30 years, teeth replacements have come a long way. While some of the procedures may be familiar, the questions you need to ask will be different. Nowadays it’s more about exploring your options, so questions such as “What’s the difference between a dental bridge vs an implant?’”; “Which is the best treatment option for me?”; and..”How will it fit into my lifestyle?” should all be taken into account. The good news is that whatever you decide, all solutions will solve your gappy problem. So which option do you choose.
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