Answers to your Dental Implant Questions

If you are missing more than one tooth, have dentures, or need multiple teeth extracted, you may be considering getting dental implants. We understand that your lifestyle is hindered in many ways, from the foods you can eat, to your overall health and even self-esteem.

To help patients understand the treatment, our doctors have created a helpful dental implant FAQ list to answer some of the most common questions. If you have additional questions or want to discuss how dental implants can change your smile and your life contact us to schedule a complimentary dental implant consultation with our team.

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Replacing Missing Teeth and Solving Major Dental Problems

As we get older, we begin to start taking better care of ourselves. Routine trips to the doctor, changes to our diet, and exercising enough to extend and improve our lives are all factors we consider. However, many people forego one of the most important aspects of their overall health: properly caring for their teeth, tomorrow. Replacing Missing Teeth and Solving Major Dental Problem is a huge concern. No matter the cause, a mouth full of bad or missing teeth

What is the most permanent solution for missing teeth?

As Americans live longer, over one-third of us will suffer from missing and failing teeth.  Our largest generation to date, the baby boomers (born between 1945 and 1964) consumed huge amounts of sugary foods and drinks, which lead to tooth decay.  The fillings and treatments they received as teenagers and twenty-somethings are over 40 years old, with more and more failing every day. Twenty-first century advances in dental techniques and products provide the basis for creating a truly permanent solution

Should I have my teeth extracted and a bridge put in all in one day?

You’ve probably seen lots of ads for bridges delivered in one day. Many people think that ‘if you can get it done in a day, it must be good’. But, the real difference is in the final result, and what a difference a day makes. With one-day procedures, you have your teeth taken out, dental implants put in, and a temporary bridge fitted over the course of an entire day. Swelling that results from oral surgery doesn’t decrease before the