• 2 Teeth Replacement Options That Use Dental Implants

    If you need to have a large number of teeth replaced, there are multiple dental options available to restore your mouth. Many of these options include the use of a dental implant. A dental implant is a specialized dental device that is surgically positioned in your jawbone to take the place of a natural tooth root. The implant is stabilized in the bone through osseointegration, a healing process that results in the fusing of the jawbone with the implant.
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  • New Dental Pains | 3 Reasons Teeth Become Increasingly Sensitive to Cold Food and Drinks

    Sensitive teeth are a real pain. If you've recently started suffering from tooth sensitivity, you may just attribute it to getting older. But you should never ignore increasingly sensitive teeth, which are oftentimes a sign of an underlying problem that needs to be treated sooner rather than later. Listed below are three reasons teeth suddenly become sensitive to cold food and drinks. 1. The Daily Grind When thinking about the daily grind, you likely think about fast-paced, stressful activities at work and while running errands.
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  • Fixed Crowns And Bridges: A Guide To Your Use Of Both At The Same Time

    If you are missing one or more of your natural teeth, modern dentistry has several ways that you can replace them subtly so that no one would know about your dental challenges simply by looking at you. However, some of them can be very expensive and can take months to complete, so that rules them out for many individuals. Fortunately, crowns and bridges tend to be more affordable and both procedures can be completed in a relatively brief period of time.
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