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Denture Options

One denture option is partial dentures. Partial dentures are specifically crafted to replace only a few missing teeth. Partial dentures are a great option if you are missing prominent front or back teeth; the teeth vital for eating.

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A Dentist Vs A Periodontist

While they both oral health care professionals, a periodontist is specially trained to deal with problems specifically affecting the soft tissues in your mouth. They also can perform a variety of oral surgery procedures. While a dentist is trained to meet all general oral health care needs by diagnosing, preventing and treating oral diseases and conditions.

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A Dentist Vs A Periodontist

While they both oral health care professionals, a periodontist is specially trained to deal with problems specifically affecting the soft tissues in your mouth. They also can perform a variety of oral surgery procedures. While a dentist is trained to meet all general oral health care needs by diagnosing, preventing and treating oral diseases and conditions.

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Dental Implants: Finding An Efficient Dentist You Can Trust

Dental Implants are great for replacing a missing tooth and they can improve your self esteem and confidence by making your mouth more aesthetically appealing. However, when you are considering dental implants it’s very important to choose a dentist who you feel is fully qualified to conduct the procedure. All dental implant dentists are not the same and they vary specifically in their skills set. In order to ensure that you receive the best quality care and avoid negative experiences it’s best to really take your time when choosing a dental implant dentist. Review the tips below for assistance:

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Cosmetic Dentistry: Procedures and Preparation

When it comes to learning more about cosmetic dentistry it is important to note that this type of dentistry is guaranteed to improve aesthetic appeal of your teeth. Everyone wants to have a bright
and white smile and often the case is that to achieve this there are some procedures that need to be done to help teeth get in the best shape. If you have a cracked tooth, discolored teeth, or you need bone grafting, a crown or a veneer, then choosing cosmetic dentistry would be the best decision for you to make. Above all the main thing you want to do is find the best cosmetic dentist you feel comfortable with.

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7 Fast Facts About Gum Disease

Do you know about gum disease? Find out these seven surprising facts in today's blog post.

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How Painful Is a Root Canal?

Even after someone or something changes, it can take a while before perception catches up with reality. This is especially true of one of the most common procedures you’ll find at a dentist’s office: the root canal. Modern medicine has virtually taken all the discomfort out of having a root canal performed, but perception still needs to catch up. Find out exactly what a root canal is and how much discomfort you can expect from the procedure.

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Can I Still Get Dental Implants If I Have Periodontitis?

While the core part of the dental implant placement process won’t vary much between patients, the work to ensure that an individual is a strong candidate for dental implants varies a bit more. Some people will need procedures others won’t require for dental implants.

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Is Anesthesia Required for Implant Surgery?

What does it feel like having a dentist drill into your jawbone and insert titanium bolts? Thanks to anesthesia, you won’t have to find out in order to get dental implants. Anesthesia will play a key role in making sure your dental implant procedure only involves a minimal amount of discomfort. Find out what type of anesthesia you’ll undergo to have your implants placed. Local Anesthesia Options For most people, local anesthesia will be all that’s required for them to have a comfortable experience having their dental implants placed. Typically, the local anesthetic is administered via syringe. After a quick prick to the gums, you won’t feel anything at the implant site until after the dentist has finished the procedure. After the implant placement procedure, you might experience mild to moderate discomfort originating from the implant site. However, you can mute the discomfort with over-the-counter pain pills. If you have a fear of needles, talk to your dentist about oral s ...

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Your Bone Grafting Options

There are multiple types of bone grafting options, one of which ensure your candidacy for dental implants!

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