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Does HIV Affect Dental Implant Survival?

Thanks to modern treatments, people with HIV can expect to live what most would consider a normal lifespan. With increasing life expectancy, long-term dental treatments like dental implants seem more attractive. Under normal circumstances, dental implants have a success rate that nears 100% and a proven functional life of up to 50 [...]

Is Your Sinus Infection Really a Tooth Infection?

This time of year, many people develop sinus infections as a side effect of colds or flus. Often, they will pass without much special care. However, some persist, lasting for weeks or increasing in intensity, which can drive you to a doctor. Sometimes, this will help, but other times it doesn’t. If typical treatments aren’t [...]

Teeth Take Center Stage at the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes are seen as the official kickoff to the Hollywood awards season. They are known to be a night of pageantry, high fashion, and teeth. Well, they aren’t known for that last one. But this week, teeth were certainly in focus at the Golden Globe ceremony, and not because of another [link id='52117' [...]

Orthodontics Is a Procedure of Hope

Many people have crooked teeth and wish they could be straighter and more attractive. However, not everyone decides to get orthodontics in order to achieve that more attractive smile. So what factors distinguish between the people who think about the procedure and those who actually do it? Recently, researchers asked that very [...]

By |December 26th, 2018|Orthodontics|

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 [...]

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