Customizing Dental Implants: How This Works And Why It's Not A Strange Request

Posted on: 10 January 2018

Okay, so, dental implants are fake teeth that are permanently installed in your mouth. Most dentists just create teeth to fit the holes and create them to look like the teeth that should have been in these open spaces. Yet, there are people who request customized dental implants. This seems really strange, considering that implants are already, technically, customized to fit your mouth. Here is more on this subject, how it works, and why it is not so strange a request as you might think. [Read More]

Do You Need To Run To The Dentist? Here's How To Find Out

Posted on: 8 December 2017

Too many people make the mistake of not understanding just how important it is for them to get to the dentist as soon as they start to experience some dental issues. This is not to say that there are not issues that can wait, such as a small amount of cold sensitivity, but the following issues will need to be brought to the attention of your trusted dentist right away. [Read More]

3 Guidelines For Getting Dentures

Posted on: 13 November 2017

When you need your dentistry to serve you, the best thing you can do is get the help of the best dental professionals around. If you happen to be missing some teeth, it pays to reach out to a dental professional that can install your dentures. To be sure that you're learning all you can about dentures, it'll help you out if you follow the points below and get the help of a professional that can serve you. [Read More]

Dental Implants And Braces: Do They Go Hand In Hand?

Posted on: 18 October 2017

If you have an implant but need orthodontic work, or if you're in need of both at the same time, you may be wondering if the two can co-exist. For the latter, your dentist will simply need to determine which should come first. Here's how to know if, and when, braces and dental implants can go hand in hand. Dental Implants vs. Braces Implants are used to replace missing teeth. They're composed of a titanium post that's surgically implanted in the jaw. [Read More]