2 Reasons Dental Implants Have Such High Success Rates

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According to most statistics, dental implants succeed over 95% of the time, leaving less than 5% of all dental implants unsuccessful. This is a very high rate of success, and there are reasons for this. If you need a tooth replaced and want a solution that is permanent and that offers great results, you should consider choosing a dental implant. Here are two of the top reasons dental implants are so successful for people who need them.…

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What Your Dentist Office Does And Does Not Do

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Dental services is a very broad phrase that does not fully explain what a dentist does or what a particular dental office will do. Understanding exactly what services an office provides, and what services it limits for other oral and dental professionals, helps lessen the confusion when selecting a new dentist. The following highlights the most common, least common, and totally NOT doable services of most dental offices. Most Common Services …

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4 Signs You May Have A Cavity

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A cavity doesn’t always present as a hole in your tooth. There are other, subtle changes to your dental health that may signify you have a cavity, such as toothache, pain when eating, bad breath, and sensitivity to temperatures. #1 Toothache A toothache may have to do with the condition of your teeth. If you have a cavity, this can cause you to experience pain from the gum around the infected tooth or from the tooth itself if the infection has spread to the roots and nerves of your tooth.…

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