For the longest time, people have thought that diabetes could have a negative effect on dental implants. It turns out that with the proper care, this fear is unfounded.
Brian Maixner’s life was recently changed when a customer tipped him $25,000 to restore his smile with dental implants. Two months later and Maixner is now enjoying his temporary replacement teeth while he waits for his implants to heal. Maixner is the perfect example of what a smile makeover using dental implants can accomplish.
It turns out that alcohol can actually damage our teeth to the point where they will need to be removed if not consumed in moderation. Fortunately, we can restore any missing teeth with dental implants.
It is wise to avoid chewy and hard foods directly after your dental implant procedure. Fortunately, there are still plenty of great foods you can eat while your implant heals.
It turns out that soda can damage your teeth to the point where tooth decay will be able to infect your teeth. Should you lose a tooth because of this, it is possible for us to replace that missing tooth with a dental implant.
It turns out that the hops that is used to make some beers can actually help prevent gum disease and tooth decay. However, beer alone isn’t enough to completely prevent these problems and you may experience a missing tooth regardless. Luckily, these missing teeth can be restored using dental implants.
Many people don’t seem to realize that smoking has drastic effects on your oral health, and can even prevent your treatment from being successful. If you want to treat your missing teeth with dental implants, it is important that you quit smoking soon.
Tiger Woods recently lost one of his front teeth while vacationing in Italy. Lucky for him, a dental implant can be used to restore that missing tooth.
The dental implant process is quickly gaining a reputation for leaving our patients with beautiful replacement teeth. This is because dental implants provide permanent replacement teeth that are comfortable and stable.
We don’t often think that beer has health benefits, but recent studies have found that the leaves of hops flowers have oral health benefits. In a county full of breweries, it’s only fitting that one day beer could become a fighter for plaque.