Thursday, November 19, 2009

Dental Implants Vs Bridgework

Implants do not decay, and adjacent healthy teeth do not require crowns to support them. And because it is easy to clean and floss between implants, the gum tissue and underlying bone are more likely to remain healthy.
With a bridge, if one of the supporting crowned teeth breaks or develops decay or nerve damage, the bridge and its three or more crowns must be removed and replaced.
Implants can replace individual lost teeth or many teeth in a row. For those who have lost most of their teeth, implants can be used to anchor a full or partial denture. About half a million implants are placed each year in this country.
Great story in the 11/17/09 NY Times

Saturday, November 7, 2009

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Friday, October 9, 2009

Am I a candidate for a dental implant?

Talk with your dentist about whether you are an implant candidate. You must be in good health and have the proper bone structure and healthy gums for the implant to stay in place. People who are unable to wear dentures may also be good candidates. If you suffer from chronic problems, such as clenching or bruxism, or systemic diseases, such as diabetes, the success rate for implants decreases dramatically. Additionally, people who smoke or drink alcohol may not be good candidates.
Free report available at
Free video explaing the benefits of dental implants

Saturday, October 3, 2009

What is a Dental Implant?

What is a Dental Implant?

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is surgically anchored into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge in place. The benefit of using implants is that they don't rely on neighboring teeth for support and they are permanent and stable. Implants are a good solution to tooth loss because they look and feel like natural teeth.

Implant material is made from different types of metallic and bone-like ceramic materials that are compatible with body tissue. There are different types of dental implants: the first is placed directly into the jaw bone, like natural tooth roots; the second is used when the jaw structure is limited, therefore, a custom-made metal framework fits directly on the existing bone.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Saturday, August 29, 2009

What's a Dental Implant?

A dental implant is a bio-compatible (meaning your body likes it), man-made substitute to replace missing tooth roots; it is usually made of a space-age alloy mostly of titanium. It's the same material now being used in other joints such as hips and shoulders.
Implants come in various shapes and sizes to fit the situation. In fact, new versions are constantly being made available so that even if you were previously told implants weren't for you there is likely a new version that will work for you.
Most are cylinders placed into bone and allowed to heal undisturbed while bone heals around them, locking them in like an anchor. After a few months, the implants are used as a foundation for replacing the missing teeth. For some patients with excellent bone, the implant can be restored right away.

Video describing the benefits of Dental Implants

My new video on Dental Implants:

Sunday, August 23, 2009

"Know For Sure If You Are A Good Candidate For Dental Implants!"

Are you fed up looking in the mirror and seeing large gaps in your smile?
Are you ready to take action and come see a well-trained, experienced dentist, for free, who will explain everything you need to know about dental implants and show you how you will look and feel before, during and after the procedure?
Are you ready to have practically natural teeth that will last a lifetime with minimal upkeep and maintenance?

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Here's Great News For Dentures Wearers...

Why is this wonderful news for many denture wearers? Because many people are sick and tired of dealing with dentures that move out of place as they carry out their day-to-day activities and need to be constantly removed and cleaned! Say goodbye to all that!
Provided you’ve chosen a dentist who is well-trained and highly experienced in their craft, dental implants feel much more natural than bridges and dentures – they’re also incredibly durable and can last an entire lifetime!
And cleaning dental implants is a SNAP – simply brush and floss your artificial teeth as you would your natural teeth, and you won’t ever have to give them another thought. In fact, you’ll probably forget you even have dental implants at all!But to truly decide if dental implants may be for you, I’d to offer you a RISK FREE dental implant consultation with me. I'd love to sit down with you and answer any further questions you have

Saturday, August 15, 2009

So What Is This Amazing New Way To Make Your Smile More Beautiful And Explode Your Quality Of Life?

You guessed it...DENTAL IMPLANTS!!
Now, before you go any further and in order to decide whether dental implants would be a fit for you, I want to show you a way you can get ALL of the information you need about this simple, easy and quick way to make your smile more beautiful than ever!

Friday, August 7, 2009

Permanent tooth replacement

In the past few years, more and more people have been turning to this new permanent option to not only replace the gaps left by tooth loss but to also create a natural, fuller looking smile practically immediately!

Unlike dentures, bridges, and crowns – which need ongoing maintenance in order to stand up to years of wear and tear – this new option is EXTREMELY durable and requires next to no maintenance, making it an unbeatable way to correct your smile over the long term!

Imagine drastically improving your quality of life even if you were once
self-conscious about having missing teeth! What I'm about to reveal may
be an excellent option for YOU.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Have you lost a tooth?

Have you lost a tooth – or several teeth – as a result of tooth decay, an accident, or other cause?
Do you ever feel self-conscious about smiling and revealing the gaps in your smile?
Do you ever find you’re having difficultly chewing food with one or more teeth missing?
If so, I may have some FANTASTIC news for you…
Crowns, traditional bridges, and dentures aren’t your only options for replacing missing teeth and restoring your smile anymore! You now have a more permanent option to choose from!

Stay tuned....