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Dental Implants

How Dental Implants Differ

Whether you need conventional rootform implants or mini implants depends entirely on your situation and the procedure you will be having. If you are looking to permanently replace a missing tooth with something that looks functions like natural teeth, a conventional dental implant may be the right choice. If you are receiving bridgework and just need an implant temporarily, a mini dental implant may meet your needs. 

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Prepare for National Eat a Red Apple Day

Like any sort of treatment, it is important to first determine if dental implants are a good option for your situation. Patients should have sufficient bone density to support the implant before undergoing the procedure. Sometimes, patients can still qualify if they go through a bone graft. Dr. DeAngelo can help determine if you are a good candidate for implants or if another treatment option would be better for your needs.

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The Real Facts of Dental Implants

Dental implants are a near perfect replacement option for teeth. Dental implants are extremely durable and prevent jawbone thinning after tooth loss. Implants may seem expensive when researching tooth replacement options, but the value associated with the cost is incomparable. It is natural instinct to price compare when shopping, but when going with the cheaper option for dental implants, it may cost you more than you expected.

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Is There a Lot of Dental Implant Surgery Pain?

There are quite a few different options when it comes to dental surgery these days, but becoming one of the most popular is dental implant surgery. Before you decide this is the surgery for you, it is important that you are aware of a few things, including the pain that you should expect and how long the recovery time will be.

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Replacing Your Teeth: the Costs of Bridges and Implants

Traditionally, if you were missing a tooth, a dentist may grind down the surrounding teeth and use a bridge to replace the missing one. Now, dentists provide the option of dental implants.

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