Dental Implant and Crown

Dental Implant and Crown: Is This Combination Right for You?

Primitive dental implants were in use in prehistoric times. The modern dental implant was developed in Sweden around the 1960s, and dental implants rapidly grew in popularity through the 1990s. Today, they are considered the gold standard to replace missing teeth. There are a lot of different implant-based solutions, depending on how many teeth are missing. For many people, though, …

Bone Grafting for Dental Implants: What You Should Know

Bone Grafting for Dental Implants: What You Should Know

Dental implants are a popular restorative dental procedure that looks and functions much like natural teeth. However, you may find that you aren’t a candidate for dental implants or that you don’t have enough bone material to place the implant. Your dental provider may discuss bone grafting as a solution. Here is what you need to know about bone grafting …

A Step by Step Guide to Dental Implants

A Step by Step Guide to Dental Implants

Dentures and dental bridges were long considered the treatments of choice to replace teeth that were missing or failing. Today, though, the gold standard has changed. Dental implants are strong and durable, and they can easily last a lifetime. They can also halt and even reverse the jawbone loss that occurs when a tooth is lost. A single dental implant can …

4 Myths About Dental Implants

4 Myths About Dental Implants

Archeological data shows that primitive dental implants may have been used in prehistoric times, and they were in regular use by 600 AD. Although modern dental implants have been available since the 1970s, they became incredibly popular during the 1990s. Now considered the gold standard for replacing missing teeth, dental implants are still clouded by myths and legends. Here are …