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How Your Dentist Can Impact Your Odds of Implant Success

Dental implants are, in general, very successful. Studies show an overall success rate of 98%, and once they are successful, they have very good odds of lasting a lifetime. But even a small risk is worth trying to avoid. That’s why it’s good to understand what factors increase your risk of implant [...]

Before You Give Up Brushing, Check the Details of Stories

The story seems like a revelation: two women who gave up brushing their teeth now enjoy beautiful, healthy smiles. Reading that, you might be tempted to give up on oral hygiene. But before you throw your toothbrush away, it’s important to pay attention to the details of the stories and see that, actually, these women [...]

Smartphones Reduce Interactions and Smiles between Strangers

We know that smartphones are changing the way we interact with people around the world. Combined with social media, we are now able to interact with “friends” no matter where or when we find ourselves. We are also spending more time engaging with articles, games, and other distractions instead of engaging our immediate surroundings. But [...]

Research Confirms: Crooked Teeth Make Life Worse

Many people who consider straightening their teeth never do. Often, they either postpone it indefinitely or just decide that it won’t make a difference, so it’s not worth it. Of course, we’ve looked at many ways in which straightening your teeth can make a difference. It can improve your oral health as [...]

Lack Bone for Implants? Two Different Approaches Have High Success

One of our concerns when placing dental implants is the amount of bone you have to support the implants. Not having enough bone at the implant site doesn’t mean you can’t get implants. In fact, we have multiple options for replacing your teeth with implants. If you’ve lost [link id='758' text='all your [...]

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