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3 Bone And Gum Procedures That Can Aid Your Overdenture Treatment

Posted by on Nov 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Bone And Gum Procedures That Can Aid Your Overdenture Treatment

Partial dentures offer a dental replacement option when you have several teeth missing in an area but have some natural teeth present. The artificial teeth are attached to a plate that has holes to accommodate existing teeth. Full dentures have plates filled with enough artificial teeth to completely fill your mouth. Traditional partial or full dentures sit on your gums with little support. Overdentures are a more secure alternative due to the support of dental implant roots. The dental implant roots go into the jawbone, which heals around the metal screw-shaped root. Your dentist will implant a few of these roots depending on the type of dentures you require. The roots require healthy jawbone to succeed, and the overdentures look better when paired with healthy gums at the base. What are some of the bone and gum procedures that...

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2 Key Characteristics Of Patients Well Suited For Subperiosteal Dental Implants

Posted by on Oct 5, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 2 Key Characteristics Of Patients Well Suited For Subperiosteal Dental Implants

Cosmetic dentistry specialists tout dental implants as one of the most natural feeling and looking artificial teeth on the market. The traditional dental implant involves implanting a metal root within the healthy jawbone, which will then heal around that root to secure it in place. If you don’t have healthy jawbone, you can undergo a lengthy bone graft – or you might qualify for subperiosteal dental implants. What are two key characteristics of patients who are well suited for subperiosteal dental implants? Lessened Jawbone Health but Strong Ridge If you had a completely healthy jawbone, you would qualify for a traditional dental implant and wouldn’t need to consider a subperiosteal implant, so it is assumed that you have at least lessened jawbone health. But you do still need a certain degree of jawbone stability in the ridge in order...

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Three Bad Habits To Break Before You Spring For Porcelain Veneers

Posted by on Oct 5, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Bad Habits To Break Before You Spring For Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers can truly transform your smile, but they can be costly. If you’re going to go through the expense and hassle of getting veneers, then you want to be sure you don’t do anything that’s going to compromise or break them. If you have any of these three habits, the time to break them is now – before you have the veneers put in place. Bad Habit: Biting your nails. Chewing on your nails isn’t good for your natural teeth, either, but it is a habit that’s especially likely to lead to chipped veneers. You don’t want to have to replace your veneers only a year or two into their use, so take the time to break your nail biting habit now. Some tips that may help include: Wearing gloves throughout the day so you can’t reach your...

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Helpful Information About Removable Dentures

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Helpful Information About Removable Dentures

Are you undecided as to whether or not wearing removable partial dentures is right for you? If you think the removable dentures will feel and look strange in your mouth, you might actually be surprised at how satisfying they can be. You can get removable dentures without having to go through a lot of pain in the process. Below, you will find information that will make your decision about removable dentures a lot easier. 1. The Examination of Your Mouth When you visit a dentist, he or she will look inside of your mouth to determine the condition of your oral health. Any conditions that are of a concern will be treated before the denture process begins. For instance, if you have gingivitis, you will have to take antibiotics to get rid of the infection before anything else is...

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4 Ways To Protect Your Teeth Implants

Posted by on Jul 25, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4 Ways To Protect Your Teeth Implants

Dental implants can replace teeth that have been lost for numerous reasons, including tooth decay or a blow to the mouth. Once implants have been positioned in your mouth, they tend to look natural and are difficult to discern from your other teeth. Still, a dental implant restoration does require care in order to prevent implant failure. Here are a few things that you can do to protect your teeth implants: Brush and floss around the implants. Although an implant is not a natural tooth and cannot develop a cavity, the gums around dental implants can still develop gum disease. A serious case of gum disease, which is called periodontitis, can result in implant failure as the connective tissues that support the implant are diminished by the disease. Additionally, severe gum disease can cause a loss of jawbone material....

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3 Things You Can Do At The Office To Keep Your Gums In Good Shape

Posted by on Jul 25, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Things You Can Do At The Office To Keep Your Gums In Good Shape

When you are away from home at the office, you may be concerned that your oral health is suffering, especially if you have already had problems with the state of your gums. Since the gums support the teeth and their inflammation affects underlying bone, it is important for you to observe good periodontal care even when you are at work. Here are a few things that you can do at the office to help keep your gums in good shape: Sip water throughout the day. At work, there is likely access to water throughout the day. If water is not provided in the common area of your office, you can simply bring a couple of bottles from home. By sipping on water periodically, you rinse away oral bacteria and food particles that could inflame the gums. Sipping or rinsing...

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