Dental Implant Questions & Answers

If you are missing more than one tooth, have dentures, or need multiple teeth extracted, you may have plenty of dental implant questions as you decide the best treatment path for you. Full mouth dental implants can enhance your lifestyle by allowing you to enjoy eating again, be proud of your smile and improve your overall health.

To help you understand the treatment, we have created a helpful list of common dental implant questions with their answers. If you have additional questions or want to discuss how dental implants can change your smile, schedule a dental implant consultation at one of our locations.

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Why is Senior Dental Care important for my Parents?

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As the baby boomer generation gets older, many of us are helping take care of our parents. Most people think of helping their parents with housing, assisted living, and even health care. One important area that is often overlooked is senior dental care. With proper dental care, baby boomers can avoid having major dental and general health problems later in life. Senior dental care is connected to whole-body health and if properly taken care of can avoid serious problems like heart

Alternative to Dentures

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Traditionally, the solution to missing teeth was dentures. But many people are looking for an alternative. Problems with removable dentures are caused by two basic things: what they are made of, and how they are held in place. Teeth Tomorrow full-arch dental implants address both of these issues.

Why Are Dental Implants Better Than Dentures?

For as long as people have been losing their teeth, they’ve found the means of replacing them in the form of dentures. Everyone can vividly imagine George Washington with his wooden dentures, or even the more familiar image of a grandparent’s acrylic dentures resting in a glass of water overnight. While dentures used to be a completely serviceable means of replacing missing teeth, advances in restorative dentistry have left us with a far superior treatment. Dental implants are the most

What are the Best Dental Implant Options for Older Americans?

Products nowadays are almost expected to be easily replaceable. Everything we use, from our cars to our phones, is meant to last us a handful of years at best and then be quickly replaced for the latest and greatest model. When it comes to dental care, however, one of the best means of improving oral health is through permanent solutions, such as dental implants. There are plenty of choices out there, so what makes for the best dental implant options

How Can Baby Boomers with Bad Teeth Plan for Retirement Without Major Dental Bills?

As we grow older, we all do our best to try and squirrel away enough money to live comfortably after retiring from our work. However, dental health problems have a tendency to pop up at the most inopportune times and make saving for retirement more difficult. What may have started as one bad tooth can lead to visit after visit to the dentist, with costly procedures eating away at what nest eggs we have. For Baby Boomers with bad or

What is the Difference Between Teeth Tomorrow and Every Other Dental Bridge?

For the millions of Americans dealing with missing or failing teeth, the option of receiving a full-arch, permanent dental implant bridge is the best means of fixing their smile and restoring their confidence. However, not all implant bridges are on the same footing, and one choice stands far above the rest: Teeth Tomorrow®. Seeing is believing, and those who have seen the difference firsthand between Teeth Tomorrow® and every other dental bridge know that no other solution comes close. Nowadays,

Should I have my teeth extracted and a bridge put in all in one day?

You’ve probably seen lots of ads for bridges delivered in one day. Many people think that ‘if you can get it done in a day, it must be good’. But, the real difference is in the final result, and what a difference a day makes. With one-day procedures, you have your teeth taken out, dental implants put in, and a temporary bridge fitted over the course of an entire day. Swelling that results from oral surgery doesn’t decrease before the