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Unlike traditional dentures, which rest on the gums, implant supported dentures in Miami, FL are anchored by dental implants. These tooth implants, typically made of titanium material, are surgically placed into the patient’s jawbone, giving them a sturdy base for the dentures to be attached to. This means that implant supported dentures are more stable and …
ceramic prosthesis with artificial gums, upper and lower jaw on black glass
full arch dental implants in Miami, FL, are an effective and permanent solution to replace a full arch of missing teeth with. The dental implants used in a full mouth dental implant procedure restore the look and function of the patient’s smile. Unlike traditional dentures, full mouth dental implants give patients a stable and comfortable …
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Traditional dentures can be used to restore missing teeth or damaged teeth. However, over time, they can become loose or ill-fitting. dental implants in Miami, FL, however, give patients a stable and comfortable new smile because they are placed securely in their jawbone. Not only are dental implants super versatile, they can give patients a …
Close-up 3d model of a dental implant
A dental implants in Miami, FL is a prosthetic dental device surgically placed into the jawbone to replace a missing tooth. It consists of an artificial tooth root, made of titanium, on which a crown or bridge is attached. Dental implants can be used to replace one or more teeth and are considered the most …
model of a bone grafting and dental implant procedure.
When people have had one or more missing teeth for a long period of time, then they may need a bone grafting procedure before they can get treated with dental implants in Miami, FL. A bone grafting procedure restores the patients jawbone density so it can support their new smile. Those who do not get …
a digital model of a dental implant post and crown.
When people have a full arch of severely decayed or infected teeth, then they will want to go get those teeth extracted. After the damaged or infected teeth have been extracted, they will need to be replaced with full mouth dental implants. People will want to replace their extracted teeth with full arch dental implants …
a dental implant patient smiling during an exam.
Dental implants in Miami, FL are considered to be the gold standard tooth replacement option. One of the main reasons dental implants are a gold standard tooth replacement option is because they give patients a biocompatible smile. With biocompatible dental implants, patients will have a permanent and reliable new smile. Here is more on how …
a dentist showing an implant patient a dental implant model.
When people have a full arch of missing teeth, they may be an immediate candidate for full mouth dental implants. But what happens when people are not immediate candidates for full mouth dental implants? Luckily, there are additional procedures people can have so they can become candidates for full arch dental implants in Miami, FL. …
a digital model of a lower arch after an implant supported denture procedure.
Those who have missing teeth may turn to traditional dentures to replace them. While traditional dentures can be effective in restoring people’s ability to smile and speak with confidence, over time, they can become loose and cause them discomfort. This is because the jawbone is not being stimulated with traditional dentures. In order for people to …
A model showing dental implants.
When people have multiple missing teeth, their daily activities, quality of life, appearance, and even oral health can be impacted. While every person’s multiple dental implant procedure will be customized to fit their specific smile needs and wants, there are parts of the procedure process that everyone gets to go through. Here is what a …

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