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Answers to your Dental Implant Questions

If you are missing more than one tooth, have dentures, or need multiple teeth extracted, you may be considering getting dental implants. We understand that your lifestyle is hindered in many ways, from the foods you can eat, to your overall health and even self-esteem.

To help patients understand the treatment, our doctors have created a helpful dental implant FAQ list to answer some of the most common questions. If you have additional questions or want to discuss how dental implants can change your smile and your life contact us to schedule a complimentary dental implant consultation with our team.

How Important is Dental Care for my Aging Parents?

As the baby boomer generation gets older, many of us are helping to care for aging parents. Most people think of helping their parents with housing, choices about assisted living, and even health care. One important area that is often

What are Full Arch Implants?

As we get older, many Americans are dealing with missing, broken or otherwise unhealthy teeth.  Modern advances in dental implants are promoted as a permanent solution to major dental problems, leading more and more people to ask themselves: What are

What is the Cost of Dental Implants?

Dental implants are one of the great advances in modern dentistry. Replacing a single (missing, chipped, broken or otherwise unhealthy) tooth with a crown supported by a dental implant lasts far longer than a traditional crown or root canal. Because

How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

As a growing number of people search for long-term solutions to replace their missing or damaged teeth, dental implants have gained notoriety among both patients and dentists. But how long do dental implants last? Single dental-implant supported crowns can last

Are Dental Implants Better than Crowns?

Millions of people just like you need to replace their missing or damaged teeth.  As recently as 25 years ago, the only choices were traditional bridges and crowns.  Today, advances in implant dentistry provide patients with new choices, but are

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