Dental Implant

What to Expect When Getting a Dental Implant to Replace a Missing Tooth

Dental Implant are artificial tooth roots that an implant dentist places in the jawbone so it can bond with the natural bone. This screw-shaped implant acts as a strong foundation to reinforce a replacement tooth. Modern dental implants have been used for over 30 years and are a great solution for missing teeth. Dental implants are an option for people who want their replacement teeth to look, feel, and function naturally and comfortably.

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Laser Dentistry and Root Canal Procedures

Laser dentistry is a dental practice that can be used to treat both restorative and cosmetic conditions. One of the most common procedures that laser dentistry is capable of taking over is root canals. For the longest time, root canals have been done one way. However, modern-day dentistry has allowed for the evolution of better technology, which is proving to be successful.

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What to Ask an Implant-Supported Dentures Dentist Before the Procedure

As the popularity of implant-supported dentures continues to increase, an increasing number of dental practices are offering them to their patients. Implant-supported dentures are a distinct prosthetic since they combine implants and dentures to create an excellent solution for those who have lost most of their real teeth.

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3 Signs Your Dentures Need an Adjustment

3 Signs Your Dentures Need an Adjustment

You wear dentures and you cannot help but wonder if you need a denture adjustment. You have heard that adjustments are common, but you do not know the signs that an adjustment is needed. Learn the common signs that indicate it is time for an adjustment. If you experience any of these signs or other issues with your dentures, make an appointment with a general dentist.

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Is Bacteria In Your Mouth Increasing Your Cancer Risk?

According to the CDC, cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States behind heart disease. To better understand cancer, researchers are now looking for clues in the mouth. As a result, they have found a connection between the tiny organisms that make up your mouth, aka your oral microbiome, and the risk of this disease.

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10 Ways to Help Others During COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has put our world into pandemic and left many of us feeling helpless and wondering, “How can we help?” Health and safety are top priorities for a great deal of Americans. Spending time in a large crowd or doing hands-on volunteering may seem risky, so it’s time to get creative! There are many ways you can help while remaining safe and socially distant.

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Workplace Burnout Is Real. Here’s How It Affects Women Employees

Workplace Burnout Is Real. Here’s How It Affects Women Employees

Pandemic-related stress has affected working women and the results are clear. They are burned out. According to the CDC, two out of every three caregivers are women who provide regular support to family members. Caring for others on top of working and managing a home during the pandemic is causing an increase in undue stress.

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