Dental Implant

Stock abutment vs CAD/CAM customized abutment

Stock abutment vs CAD/CAM customized abutment

The fact is not all abutments and crowns are created equal. Typically, following the placement of a dental implant, patients must return to their restorative dentist to have the final abutment and crown made. The type and shape of the abutment and crown is critical in achieving longevity and...
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On June 24, 2016

TOP Benefits of dental implants [Infographic]

TOP Benefits of dental implants [Infographic]

Why are dental implants often the first choice and a standard of care compared to other options to restore missing or damaged teeth? A dental implant provides several advantages over other tooth replacement options. In addition to looking and functioning like a natural tooth, a dental implant replaces a single tooth without sacrificing the health of neighboring teeth.
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On September 21, 2014

Dental implant procedure [Infographic]

Dental implant procedure [Infographic]

If you’re missing teeth, did you know that you have options beyond dentures and bridges? Dental implants look and feel like your natural teeth, and unlike other tooth replacement methods, they don’t require any special care.
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On September 14, 2014

Success rate of All on 4 dental implants

Success rate of All on 4 dental implants

A longitudinal study which included 245 patients shows that prostheses’ survival rate of All on 4 dental implants was 99.2 percent with up to 10 years of follow up.
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On September 09, 2014

Dental Implants - A Tooth-Replacement Method That Rarely Fails

Dental Implants - A Tooth-Replacement Method That Rarely Fails

Dental implants are one of the most reliable long-term methods of tooth replacement. Since they became widely available in the 1980s, numerous scientific studies have demonstrated 10-year success rates of over 95%. Of course, that begs the question of what happens in the small percentage of problematic cases that don’t go so well. That’s actually not a difficult question to answer precisely because implants have been studied so extensively.
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On June 20, 2014

New Teeth in One Day

New Teeth in One Day

Today's state-of-the-art implant systems enable a minimum number of implants to support a maximum number of teeth. That means as few as four implants can be used to support a full arch (upper or lower jaw) of fixed, non-removable replacement teeth. And this remarkable life-changing event can be accomplished in a single day!
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On February 14, 2014

How Crowns Attach to Dental Implants

How Crowns Attach to Dental Implants

While implants replace teeth, they are artificial and behave differently from natural teeth. A quick recap will be helpful in explaining why. A dental implant is a tooth-root replacement, to which an implant crown is attached. The crown is the only part you see in the mouth. The implant is placed...
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On January 11, 2014

Dental Implants vs. Bridgework

Dental Implants vs. Bridgework

A dental implant is actually a root replacement, and unlike the root of a tooth, it is actually fused to the bone of the jaw. By contrast, a fixed bridge is a restoration or prosthesis (replacement part), that is fixed in place by attaching to the natural adjacent teeth.
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On December 11, 2013

Dental Implant Success Rate

Dental Implant Success Rate

Dental implants traditionally have a very high success rate. The majority of studies that have been done indicate long-term success rates well over 95%. However, there are many factors that can compromise the success rates of implants.
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On December 08, 2013

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