Dental Implants


Why Some Dental Implants Fail?

Did you know that 6.4% of Canadians have no teeth? While you may not necessarily be missing all of your teeth, you might have some that aren’t present anymore. In that case, dental implants may be a good choice for replacements. However, like many other things in life, these may not always be 100% successful.

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How Do I Take Care of My Dental Implants?

Did you just receive new dental implants?   Dental implants are a great way to improve your smile and function. It’s no wonder that over 3 million people in the US have dental implants, and 500,000 new dental implants are placed each year. But, you can’t expect your new implants to do all of the work on

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immediate denture after

Who is a candidate for immediate denture?

When the removal of all of your remaining teeth is required because of severe gum disease or caries, a set of immediate dentures can be fabricated in advance to be inserted at the time of teeth removal. With immediate dentures, you can walk away with a full smile the same day as your operation. After

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When do you need a dental CBCT/3D imaging?

Dental cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) or 3D x-day is a superior type of x-ray machine used in circumstances where two dimensional dental x-rays are not enough for diagnosis. These images provide remarkable assistances in diagnosis of dental problems and evaluation of the jaw’s anatomic landmarks such as teeth, jaw nerve, nasal cavity and sinuses. A CT

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Common Causes of Dental Implant Failure

Dental implants are the ultimate solution for those who need to replace missing teeth. They provide an alternative to dentures and bridges for those who are so inclined, and for the most part have a great acceptance and success rate. However, there are circumstances that can result in dental implant failure. Today, we’re going to take

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