Keeping Your Dental Implants Healthy

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Missing teeth? Wondering if dental implants are right for you? Patients who used to wear dentures usually find dental implants more comfortable. The implant looks realistic and can last a lifetime. Here are a few tips on caring for your dental implants: Treat your dental implants like your other teeth. Brush and floss regularly. Make…

Types of Dental Implants

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Welcome to the Dobro Dental Implants‘s dental blog. Today’s post takes a look at the different types of dental implants: endosteal and subperiosteal. The type of implant you need depends on the size and shape of your teeth and jaw. Endosteal dental implants attach to your jaw bone with screws or plates. Subperiosteal implants avoid…

Dental Implants: A Cosmetic Dentistry Breakthrough

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If tooth decay or gum disease has caused you to lose teeth, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans live with the health difficulties and lack of confidence in their smile. Until recently, dentures and bridges were the most common options to replace teeth. Some patients decided to switch to dental implants because they are a…

The Future of Dental Implants

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Dental implants are usually the ideal restoration for those who want to replace a missing tooth. There is a problem, however, if the jaw bone is too thin at the implant site. Unlike a dental bridge, a tooth implant consists of a titanium post inserted into the jaw bone. The bone meshes with the post…

Dental Implants and Dentures

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The condition of your teeth significantly impacts your quality of life. Fillings and root canals are costly and inconvenient. If the teeth can’t be saved, tooth extraction brings more physical and psychological pain. Extraction is usually followed by bone recession. While dentures are preferable to having no teeth at all, they come with a host…

Keep Your Dental Implants Clean

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You might think that because your dental implant is made out of metal and covered with a synthetic crown, you don’t have to worry too much about care. That’s not quite right. It’s still very important to take care of dental implants just as well as your natural teeth. While it’s true that bacteria in…

History of Dental Implants

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Believe it or not, the history of dental implants goes back as far as thousands of years. Archeologists have discovered ancient Chinese remains with tooth replacements made from bamboo and hammered into the bone—and the remains are 4,000 years old! Some 2,000-year-old Egyptian mummies have been found with implants of precious metals, ivory, and even…

After Dental Implant Surgery: What To Expect

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Patients who undergo the dental implant procedure frequently have questions afterward. Here are some of our most common questions for patients who have just undergone dental implant placement. Will I be in pain? At Dobro Dental Implants, we take care to keep our patients as comfortable as possible. As with any surgery, some patients will…

The Domino Effect of Tooth Loss

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So, you’ve lost a tooth. Those wonderful, enamel-strong little pearly friends who are supposed to serve you for the rest of your life—you’ve lost one! What now? You may be tempted to leave the gap in your mouth alone, especially if the tooth was in the back of your mouth and can’t be seen as…

New Teeth for a New Smile

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Are you missing one or more teeth? In the past, the only solution for a missing tooth was either a bridge or a partial removable denture. Both of those options leave much to be desired. The bridge will require the removal of healthy tooth structure and the removable denture is uncomfortable and leaves the remaining…