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  • Which Teeth Can Be Replaced By Dental Implants?
    Patients with missing teeth no longer need to rely on bridges and dentures to replace their teeth. It is difficult to enjoy life with an incomplete smile and many patients Read more
  • Do You Need Dental Implants?
    If you are having dental issues that may result in tooth loss in the near future or currently have missing teeth, dental implants are your best option for a new Read more
  • What is an Abscessed Wisdom Tooth?
    If you are experiencing continuous throbbing or severe pain from any tooth, that is a sign of an abscess. Wisdom teeth are particularly susceptible to abscesses because of their location. Read more
  • Why Is It Important to Replace Missing Teeth?
    Missing one or more teeth can severely influence your daily life. It can affect your general health, your appearance and self-esteem. It is recommended to replace missing teeth as soon Read more
  • Implant Dentistry: Lasting Tooth Replacement
    Dental implants have been successfully replacing missing teeth for more than 40 years. In that time, they have been proven to be a long-lasting, effective, and safe option, giving patients Read more
  • Tips to Ensure Long-Term Success of Dental Implants
    http://www.drbretemoran.com/2016/01/dental-implants-take-care-of-your-investment/Some patients that have received dental implants have questions about dental hygiene and other tips to help ensure that their investment lasts many years. Often times bad dental hygiene may Read more
  • Do Certain Health Conditions Reduce Dental Implants Success Rate?
    Dental implants are considered the standard for replacing missing teeth. If you are missing one or more teeth, you may be a candidate for the procedure, which replaces the root Read more
  • Will Dental Implants Harm my Natural Teeth?
    Dental implants offer patients a solution for tooth loss that will not compromise the integrity of the surrounding teeth. Because the surrounding bone is able to form a bond with Read more
  • Managing Gum Disease
    Gum disease management needs a rigorous program of evaluation and disease control in order to minimize its effect on the mouth and body. The biggest reason for tooth loss in Read more
  • Benefits of Using a Water Flosser
    Gum disease is a preventable disease condition, but at times you may still find that even with proper care there may be areas in your mouth that are more prone Read more
  • The Importance of Treating Gum Recession
    Receding gums occur when your gum tissue has worn away around your teeth. This tissue serves as a protective barrier against harmful bacteria and external stimuli. Without this gum tissue Read more
  • Periodontal Gum Measurements
    Periodontal disease is a progressive inflammatory disease, that affects the tissues that support and anchor the teeth. These support tissues include, gums, bone, cementum and ligament attachments. Periodontal measurement is Read more
  • Gum Disease: What Can I Do to Reduce My Risk?
    Gum disease can occur in even the most diligent patients who brush and floss daily. Our ancestors can impact our dental condition as well as our own lifestyle habits. If Read more
  • Advanced Periodontitis: Why Tooth Extraction May Be Necessary
    Gum disease is bacterial infection of the gum tissue. This is caused by the oral bacteria in the mouth. In its earliest stages, gum disease can cause bleeding gums, bad Read more
  • Smoking and Gum Disease
    Everyone knows that smoking is a very unhealthy and harmful habit. Not only is it a major cause of cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, and cancer, but also smoking affects nearly Read more
  • Dental Implant Evaluation
    If you lose one or more teeth due to periodontal disease, or another cause, there is hope. Dental implants are changing the way people live. They are designed to provide Read more

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