A permanently secured dental prosthetic can help you regain confidence in your smile, and help you regain a more natural dental function. It is important to recognize that even a single lost tooth can cause serious issues for your oral health. You can face difficulties biting and chewing when forced to work around an absence…. Read more »
Category: Tooth Loss
Of course, nobody ever strives to experience tooth loss. However, that doesn’t change the fact that it is quite common and can affect anyone! From accidental injuries to progressive oral illnesses, the causes of missing teeth span quite the spectrum (but that doesn’t mean you cannot prevent the loss of your teeth). As a matter… Read more »
Smile restoration can mean many things. If a tooth has a cavity, then the appropriate restoration might be a dental filling or a root canal treatment (depending on the cavity’s severity). If you’ve lost one or more teeth, then rebuilding your smile requires replacing them, often with the use of a custom-made dental bridge. Like… Read more »
If your smile is missing one or more teeth, then your confidence in smiling might have suffered from the loss. Yet, your teeth do more than fill out a beautiful smile; they also process your food, help stimulate your facial structures, and more. When one is lost, your bite loses some of its ability to… Read more »
If you’ve lost one or more teeth, you might already realize that replacing them is a necessity. Besides the appearance of gaps in your smile, missing teeth are a serious concern for the proper function of your bite. Until relatively recently, however, most people didn’t realize the importance of replacing the roots of their lost… Read more »
As the only choice for replacing your lost teeth’s roots, dental implants provide a more comprehensive and longer-lasting solution to tooth loss.
The loss of even a single tooth can devastate your smile’s integrity more than it can affect your confidence, regardless of how obvious or discrete the gap in your smile is.
Evidence suggests that the importance of maintaining a smile full of teeth has been common knowledge for longer than many people realize.