If you’ve lost one or more teeth, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans must cope with this serious oral health issue. We’ve prepared the following infographic to provide you with some basic facts about the prevalence of tooth loss throughout the United States.
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There are more options than ever before to replace missing teeth. While dental implants remain the most effective solution, modern implant technology now gives you the option of receiving your new replacement teeth the same day that dental implants are inserted into your jawbone. This option,... Read Full Post
If you have significant problems with multiple teeth as well as gum or oral health problems, you could be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. No one's smile is beyond help - no matter how many issues you have, we'll take it step by step until your reconstruction is complete and your goals... Read Full Post
The dental implant process can take up to 6 months to complete. While this is a long time to wait for a new replacement tooth, there are important reasons the process takes so long. After Dr. Binon inserts your dental implant, it takes several months for your bone to heal and fuse with the implant... Read Full Post
If you're missing teeth, dental implants are by far the most effective replacement option. Traditional dental implants are an ideal solution if you only need to replace one or two teeth. However, this process is very time consuming and can require as long as 6 months to complete. For people who... Read Full Post
Dental implants are by far the most effective option to replace a missing tooth. As long as you're a suitable candidate for the procedure, it's worth choosing dental implants over alternatives such as dentures or dental bridges. However, it's important to understand that you're committing to a very... Read Full Post
You may not know this, but diabetes and oral health are very closely linked. If you have diabetes, you are at a higher risk for gum disease and other oral health problems. This may lead to the loss of teeth if you aren't careful about maintaining good oral hygiene habits and visiting the dentist... Read Full Post
October is National Dental Hygiene Month. A fitting time to observe the necessity of taking care of your oral health. As the Halloween candy fills our homes, and we prepare goodies for spooky festivities, this is the best occasion to take stock of your teeth and gums. A healthy smile requires daily... Read Full Post
A healthy mouth equals a healthy body. It’s tempting to skip bi-annual dental cleanings, but you’ll likely face costly dental treatments in the future. Restorative dentistry involves more than rebuilding a beautiful, oral disease-free smile—it entails prevention and early diagnosis as well. One... Read Full Post
Tooth loss can occur for many reasons such as a mouth injury, severe gum disease or infection. Losing a tooth can be embarrassing and impact your social and work life, but it also has an immense impact on your oral health. Whether you’ve lost a front tooth or one of your back molars, you need to... Read Full Post
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