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Here's Why You Should Consider Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Factors such as severe tooth decay, sunken jaws, overbites, and crossbites can affect your oral health and mouth functioning, creating an urgent need to visit a dentist. They’ll assess your teeth and general dental structure and may recommend a full mouth reconstruction — which is a general change of your dental structure to improve oral health and functionality. It involves fixing and changing your teeth and jaws through medical procedures such as periodontal therapy, grafting gum and tissues, and placement of implant-supported dentures.…

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Singular Implants Versus Full Arch Implants

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Dental implants can be installed singularly or in groups. Full arch implants promote a faster healing time. They have been noted as more comfortable than individual implants, plus will support the natural curvature of the jawline.  Implants Pure titanium or titanium alloy is used to construct each implant. An alloy contains titanium and traces of another metal. The implant itself will be hidden. It will go deep into the gum line, below the jawbone.…

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Pediatric Dental Extractions: Frequently Asked Questions

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As a parent, you want to do everything you can to protect your child’s smile. However, there will be times when your child might require a pediatric tooth extraction, which can be uncomfortable for your child and stressful for you. If your younger child is facing a tooth extraction for whatever reason, here are some answers to a few frequently asked questions you might have about the process and recovery of a pediatric dental extraction.…

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