Implants are used to replace teeth, be it just one tooth or a full mouth. Dental implants are also used to stabilise a denture.
After years of fluoridation being effective at managing decay, the change in our diets and lifestyles is causing this new increase. But how does it all start? Let’s look at the history and aeitology of dental disease.
Many people have small looking teeth, or what is called a “gummy smile”. Little do they know that underneath all that gum are big, beautiful and shiny teeth.
Mini implants are proving to be the way of the future. They are half the cost of traditional implants and can be used in a variety of circumstances.
To stabilise a denture that is loose. Lower full dentures always have this problem.
CEREC is an automated process that creates crowns and veneers in an efficient, accurate, and painless way, more effectively than other procedures that have come before it.
The most important thing that you should have with your teeth is a plan.
This patient’s plan for many years, with another dentist, was to allow the teeth to deteriorate and then make dentures.