6 Signs You Might Need Dental Implants

Nearly everyone loses a tooth at one time or another, whether it is due to decay, overcrowding, or injury. In these cases, dental implants are an effective and long-lasting way to maintain the form, feel, and functionality of natural teeth without having to worry about cavities ever again!

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A Smile Worth Saving: Full-Arch Implant Aftercare

One of the most important things to know before getting your full-arch implant is what to expect after the procedure is finished. The days and weeks following the procedure are critical to the long-term success of your operation, so be sure to read through this guide carefully and follow all in-person instructions given by your doctor as closely as possible.

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Are full-arch dental implants worth the risk?

It’s a common question and a valid one, especially considering that full arch implants are a major and life-changing procedure. The short answer is generally yes, but it depends—as what is worth the risk to one person may not be to another. But before we elaborate more on the specific factors, it helps to understand the common fears around getting a full-arch implant.

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Bad Breath Culprits

Are you embarrassed by your bad breath? It’s a common fear most people have, that they are speaking to people with smelly breath, and there’s nothing more embarrassing than having to cover your mouth while you speak – or sneak a smell of your own breath, but what is causing it? There are many culprits to bad breath, you just need to figure out which is your cause.

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Cosmetic Dentistry Services

Who would like to have misaligned or discoloured teeth? In order to address this problem a particular dental practitioner should be consulted. Today, cosmetic dentistry is a popular practice, many doctors around the world take part in.

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Dental Implant Costs: A Worthwhile Investment

Most basic dental implants cost around $1,000 for one tooth to be replaced. The most complex dental implants cost anything up to around $30,000 for a full set of teeth. Unfortunately, your insurance will be very unlikely to help with dental implant costs, but your dentist may be able to help with a finance plan.

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