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Choosing an implant dentist is one of the most important decisions in the steps to having an implant. This can make the difference between a successful treatment and a dental implant failure, which may happen some time later, if not done correctly.
A veneer is a thin casing of either porcelain or composite resin that is bonded to the front surface of a tooth to improve its appearance. It can be used to eliminate the problem of stained or dark teeth, close spaces between teeth or reshape a tooth that is shortened by wear.
We understand you want simple direct answers regarding costs and we will always provide a detailed treatment plan after your consultation which lists every
charge for your case so there are no hidden costs. Your dentist will offer you the options that are available to you and can show you real life examples
of patients who have had implants in order for you to make an informed choice.
Your gums are the foundation for your teeth and implants.
Imagine a tree that is planted in the earth. Without the earth surrounding the roots to support them, the tree would eventually fall. Gums act
similarly as the support structure for your teeth and, with correct care at home and regular visits to your dentist, healthy gums can help you retain
your teeth and implants for life.
Caring for your dental implants is very similar to caring for your own teeth. Brushing twice a day with a soft toothbrush and flossing daily, together with regular professional hygiene visits that match the maintenance of your natural teeth, are the key to implant longevity.
Just as your natural teeth, if not cared for adequately, can develop periodontitis (gum and bone recession), neglected dental implants can develop peri-implantitis which can cause soft tissue and bone loss. In some cases this can lead to the loss of your implants.
There are 3 easy steps to maintain your dental implants:
Your dental implants will last a long time if you take care of them.
Did you know the cause behind loose teeth is often periodontal disease? We have seen many patients lose their teeth due to periodontal infections, and, after periodontal treatments, they were able to restore their smile with dental implants.