Patients are often curious about dental implant removal, which can evoke a long list of questions. For instance, can you have an implant removed after placement, you may wonder? What’s the process like and why might the removal of an otherwise “forever” tooth replacement become necessary? We have some answers to help you understand this… Read more »
Month: October 2016
Protect Your Implants With Safe Flossing
After your smile is restored with dental implants, you may discover that flossing your smile is a bit different than it used to be. You continue flossing your natural teeth the way you always have but getting down around your implant brings with it the need for a new technique. When this moment presents itself,… Read more »
Halloween Quiz: Can You Keep Your Smile Safe?
Are you ready to protect your oral health from the scary, the spooky, and the truly frightening? While Halloween can certainly bring with it some dangers, it’s also a time to have fun and enjoy yourself with friends and family! Rather than allow yourself to feel conflicted about taking part in the celebration, we’d much… Read more »
Tips: Buying Care Products For Dental Implants
Is there something about purchasing products that you’ll use to care for your dental implants that causes you some stress? Do you occasionally find that even purchasing a new toothbrush can leave you wondering if you’re making a great choice or a horrible choice? Rather than allow this simple experience to become a complicated one,… Read more »
3 Ways An Electric Toothbrush Can Benefit Implant Wearers
Do you ever take a look at the electric toothbrushes on the market, wondering if they would make a good choice for you and your dental implants? If so, you may be happy to hear that the answer is most often a big, “Yes!” If you have other concerns or questions, we certainly always suggest… Read more »
Bone Grafting Q&A: Am I Ready?
If you are an individual who is hoping to improve your candidacy for dental implants, you may first require bone grafting. This is something that occurs when a patient’s jawbone is deficient in some way, such as in width or volume. As a result, the jaw is not immediately prepared to support the placement of… Read more »
Celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month With Us
Are you aware that October is none other than National Dental Hygiene Month? Along with every other dental professional, we enjoy recognizing this month because it puts into perspective how easy it can be to keep your smile healthy (while avoiding serious problems). Interested in finding a way to avoid future tooth loss? Hoping to… Read more »
Tooth Loss: 2 Reminders You’re Not Alone
Are you thinking it’s time to do something about your tooth loss but you just feel like you want to hide out? Do you find yourself feeling isolated, as though you’re one of the only people in the world who is experiencing a need for dental implants? You will be thrilled to discover that based… Read more »
Quiz: Preventing Facial Collapse
When you’ve experienced tooth loss, the last thing you probably think about is the eventual collapse of your facial structure or your bite. However, this is a very real threat that becomes a potential hazard the moment you lose a tooth. As a result, it’s very essential that you understand why it’s so important to replace… Read more »
How Do I Get Used To My Implants?
Are you worried that you won’t be able to feel like yourself with implants? Do you assume that you’ll be happy to have them in place but that becoming familiar with wearing dental implants is going to take a very long time if not forever? We understand that the thought of replacing your natural teeth… Read more »