It turns out that smoking can lead to dangerous oral conditions that can result in missing teeth. Worst of all, smoking can actually make it hard to replace any teeth lost to it with dental implants, as the habit can interfere with the healing process.
While it is true that dental implants can handle any type of food thrown at them, they will need some time to heal before they will be ready for this type of treatment. Fortunately, there are still many great foods that you will be able to enjoy during this recovery period.
For a long time now, it has been believed that diabetes may have a large effect on whether or not your dental implant treatment might succeed or fail. However, a recent study has revealed that patients with well cared for diabetes have just as high of a success rate with the treatment as any healthy patient not suffering from diabetes.
It turns out that alcohol actually affects our teeth in many negative ways. In fact, alcohol can actually damage our teeth to the point where they will need to be removed. Fortunately, we can restore any missing teeth using dental implants.
Because of the high sugar content and carbonation of soda, it turns out that drinking it is actually very bad for our teeth. Soda can actually rot our teeth to the point where we will need treatment with dental implants.
Recently, a waiter from Wichita, KS received a $25,000 tip to restore his smile with dental implants. Two months later, Brian Maixner is showing off a beautiful new smile.
It turns out that the hops used to make beer can have many great benefits for your oral health. However, this alone isn’t enough to keep your mouth healthy and you may still face missing teeth. If this happens to you, we highly recommend you consider replacing your missing teeth with dental implants.
If tooth decay manages to do too much damage to one of your teeth, the only solution available will be to have that tooth removed. Luckily, it is possible for us to restore any missing teeth caused by tooth decay with dental implants.
Dental implants are typically made up of three different parts: the implant fixture, the abutment, and the restoration tooth. These three pieces work together to provide our patients with replacement teeth that function and feel just like natural teeth.
If you wait too long to restore your missing teeth with dental implants, it is possible that you may develop jawbone deterioration. Luckily, bone grafting can be performed, restoring your jawbone back to a point where it can support implants.