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dental implant vs bridge

Dental implants or crowns and bridges ?

To replace lost teeth, you can either get a dental bridge or you can rely on dental implants. If you have a badly damaged tooth, you can either restore it with a dental crown or you can extract the tooth and place an implant. Which is right for you ? Find out the benefits and disadvantages of each option. ...more

dental implant

Dental implant failure. Possible reasons

Sometimes, dental implant failure is a fact that should be considered. Let us summarize the most common reasons for dental implant failure ...more

crowded teeth

What are the treatment options for crowded teeth ?

Teeth overcrowding is one of the most common reasons that adults and teenagers seek orthodontic treatment. Orthodontic treatments have greatly improved over the last years with a wave of new products and technologies. Find out which treatment option is right for you ...more

porcelain veneers

Composite vs porcelain veneers

If you are unhappy with the way your teeth look, dental veneers might be your best solution. There are two types of veneers: porcelain and composite. What are the differences between the two and how do you know which one is right for you ? ...more

laser dentistry

Laser dentistry

Over time, understanding of lasers has grown, eventually making them accurate and safe enough for certain dental procedures ...more

removable partial dentures

Removable partial dentures

Although dental implants are today state-of-the-art tooth replacement systems, not all patients can afford dental implants. Moreover, in some clinical situations, dental implants or fixed bridges cannot be placed. Today’s removable partial dentures are designed to last for years and are constructed to be very thin and unobtrusive ...more


Dental inlay, dental onlay vs filling

When a tooth is too damaged to support a traditional filling but not damaged enough for a dental crown, you end up somewhere in the middle ...more

zirconia implants

Zirconia implants

Generally, dental implants have two parts: the fixture (which is screwed into the bone) and the abutment (to which the prosthetic crown is cemented). Originally, both parts were made of titanium ...more

dental technology

New Dental Technology

What are the most important new technologies that can be found in a dental office today ? Read this complete guide to the most modern devices and procedures used in present-day dentistry ...more

cerec systems

CEREC technology

CEREC technology allows dentists to construct, produce, and insert individual ceramic restorations directly at the point of treatment in a single appointment ...more

dental braces

7 Tips For Living With Braces

If you currently have braces or will be getting them soon, keeping these seven tips in mind will ensure your treatment program will be a success ...more