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Dealing with a Failed Dental Implant: The Removal Process

Dental Implants are often hailed as an ideal solution for tooth replacement, boasting a success rate of 90% to 95%. But what about the remaining 5% to 10%? In these instances, the implants may fail, necessitating a removal procedure. This article provides detailed insight on the process of failed dental implant removal.

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Why Dental Cleanings Are Necessary

Brushing and flossing daily are an important part of keeping your teeth and mouth healthy. But regular cleanings also play a huge role in protecting your smile, and warding off diseases.

No matter your age, we suggest scheduling a cleaning and dental checkup every 6 months. Here’s why:

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When are Dental Crowns a Good Choice for Treatment?

A dental crown is like a cap for a tooth that has been damaged, restoring its appearance and function. A tooth might become seriously chipped or fractured due to an accident and a crown can cover and hold the tooth together. Or one or more teeth might have been lost in an accident or due to poor dental hygiene, which results in an infection that pulls the supporting gums away from teeth. Or you may have been grinding your teeth while you sleep (which you might only know about if a partner complains).

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How the Invisalign Process is Carried Out

Just like most people in the world, you want beautiful straight teeth. Perhaps you have heard all about the advantages of Invisalign and you have some questions. Maybe you’re wondering how it works, how long it takes, or the difference between Invisalign and braces.

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How CEREC Crowns can Be a Valuable Investment

Restorative dentistry goes a long way in making up a beautiful smile, especially if your teeth are damaged or decayed. One of the ways to make your smile look as good as new is by using a dental crown. This is a tooth-shaped prosthetic that fits right over the damaged tooth or an implant to restore the tooth’s function and aesthetic.

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Signs You Need to Replace Your Dental Crown

Although the materials used to restore and rebuild teeth are made to be resilient and long-lasting, they are still subject to wear and tear and need replacing after their life cycle has reached its end. If you have a dental crown, here are some signs to look out for that indicate it’s time for a replacement.

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Dental Hygiene Tips for Older Adult Patients

As you get older, your health needs evolve, and that includes your dental health. There are several things you can do to preserve a healthy and beautiful smile, which also protects your overall health, as you enter your golden years.

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Why X-Rays are Necessary for Dental Care

X-rays are required every so often as part of your dental check-up. Do you know why this is?

When your dentist examines your teeth and gums at your six-month check-ups, they can only see the surface of your teeth. But what’s going on within the teeth and below the gumline is also an important part of your oral health. X-rays allow your dentist to take a closer look at those areas to detect any potential problems that may be lurking just out of sight, such as:

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Managing Your Oral Health During COVID

Our goal at CITIDental Tremont is not only to make sure your mouth is healthy, but to help you understand the importance of oral health to your overall well-being. When we were growing up, we all thought that going to the dentist was just to treat cavities. They remain second only to the common cold as a health problem, but everyone has gradually learned that gum infection (aka periodontal disease or periodontitis) is far more serious.

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