zirconia prostheses

Complete Rehabilitation of a Generalized Chronic Tooth Sensitivity and Rampant Caries of a Clinical Situation Using Implant Supported Fixed Zirconia Prostheses. Background and Purpose Complete-arch implant-supported restorations are widely accepted as a treatment option for completely edentulous patients and have been documented to have a success rate greater than 90%1. Many combinations of materials have…

tooth loss

Today, dental implants are most people’s preferred method of tooth replacement. In fact, according to the American Dental Association, over 5 million implants are placed each year in the U.S. alone—and that number is growing steadily every year. It’s often possible to have a severely damaged or diseased tooth removed and replaced with a dental…

tooth replacement

Let’s face it; no one likes to have a tooth missing, especially when it involves a front tooth. However, a missing back tooth is not fun either, since it can affect chewing. This article will help you learn about what your options are for replacing one or more missing teeth, specially the option of dental…

For limited time, our doctors offer a free consultation for dental implants. During this appointment, our doctor will review your medical history, assess your oral health, and determine whether you would require any preparatory procedures prior to placing your implants. After evaluating your needs and goals, the doctor can provide a detailed treatment timeline and estimate…

dental implant success

If you have just lost one or more teeth, you may be considering dental implants as a solution. Gaps in teeth can affect your bite, lead to the movement of adjoining teeth, and even cause pain and discomfort so many patients opt for implant surgery for a lasting solution to their problem. Sometimes, insufficient bone…

biocompatible material in dental treatments

Biocompatible material? Soon you may no longer have to worry about how long your dental repairs will last. A new dental reconstruction material developed at Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology offers unprecedented improvements over existing acrylate-based fillers, according to its researchers. Adapted from bone fracture glue research, the material can be molded in a clinical setting and…

if permanent teeth don't grow

What happen when permanent teeth don’t grow. According to recent estimates, some 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth—that’s around three quarters of U.S. adults over age 20. Some teeth are lost due to decay or accidents, while others may have been extracted to resolve dental issues such as crowding in the jaw…

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