I’ve Been Told I Can’t Have Implants

If you’ve been told you can’t have implants, it’s generally because a dentist has determined that you have insufficient bone around the missing tooth to support an implant. There are three factors doctors assess when determining bone sufficiency in treatment planning...

Will Dental Implants Help me Chew?

One of the biggest reasons patients get dental implants is to help eat again.  Dental implants are the closest thing to your natural tooth available, and yes, you can eat anything you’d like with them. Nuts, carrots, apples—you name it! Dental implant surgeons will...

Should I get a Bridge or Dental Implant?

If you’re missing a single tooth, the most common options for replacing the missing tooth are with a single dental implant or a  bridge. Which one should you choose? Bridges, unlike dentures, are a fixed solution that are comfortable and can be made very aesthetically...