Sunday, August 23, 2015

Before and After Dental Implants: The Patient's Scenario


It is a common knowledge to most people nowadays to get dental implants as an alternative to their missing teeth. Restoring your lost smile has valued much together with all other face assets. However, the procedure of placing and assimilation of dental implants to your gums takes a lot of time requiring several visits to your dentist. Patience and endurance quite paid for sure that in the end, you'll have a replacement tooth or teeth that are strong as the original ones and with proper care can last for a lifetime.

You might be nervous or apprehensive about the consequences of dental implants despite of the fact that you are aware of the many benefits that it can give to you and your oral health. No wonder because the fact that you'll be undergoing dental implants procedure or surgery is reason enough to make anyone nervous. Perhaps, you will be one step ahead if you could have some knowledge about dental implants, and what to expect regarding the surgical process. 

A well-trusted dental professional or rather cosmetic dentist is the one to seek help. Your dentist will give you some instructions needed to follow days before the actual surgical procedure. That is, once you are already firm on your decision to get dental implants. Rinsing your mouth with special anti-bacterial mouthwash and prescription of antibiotics are part of preventive measures to be given by every dental professional.

Based on actual experience, several researches show that bringing back your smile through dental implants process typically takes around six to nine months. The procedure is accomplished into two stages or phases. The surgical phase which is the first stage involves the placement of the implant on the gums using a specialized drill. The implant is expected to be securely attached or affixed to the bone in next succeeding months, that is, once the first phase of surgery has been accomplished.

The second phase, however, includes an array or series of appointments. It involves the fitting and placement of the new crown as well as making impressions to layout or design a crown that features and resembles the natural color of the teeth. There are few discomforts after the surgery, like swelling and pain, however, the same can be properly controlled and managed with dentist-prescribed pain medications and antibiotics. Your patience and perseverance will definitely bring you joy after restoring that brilliant, dazzling smile of yours.

Your dental implants can be a perfect investment. Your dentist will surely give you advice as to taking care of your implants as you would to your natural teeth. With proper care your much cherished investment can even last a lifetime!

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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Bring Back Your Smile with Dental Implants


It seems you have gone from a long, deep sleep when you got caught in split seconds of meeting someone for the first time. You actually wanted to set the tone for your future relationship but the current scenario prevented you from making the relationship to grow. While it is true that as an individual, our primary means of communication is verbal. Naturally, it means we look at each other's mouths and faces when talking to each other. Having a mouth full of distort, rusty or even missing teeth will for sure be noticeable immediately. There are cases wherein friendship, romance and even job opportunities have been kept from hiding, and that's purely because of these so-called first impressions. Many are luckier for we have new dental innovations in the form of cosmetic dentistry. Those gone and kept opportunities can be regained and be turned into an exodus:  a doorway to success and happiness.

During the past decades, dental implants used to be quite arduous and agonizing. While it takes almost a year to complete the procedure, the same also drains a man's ordinary pocket. But not today, a full dental implant procedure can be received within a few months duration and lesser cost at the same time.


Dental implants act and serve as artificial roots for false teeth are often made of titanium. The procedure is usually performed by a dentist or periodontist, one working with a gum and bone specialist. The same is completed by surgically inserting implant into the patient's jaw bone. This breakthrough in modern dentistry is not only a better alternative but no doubt the best option for those people who do not want to have false teeth or dentures. You can achieve your goal in just a short period of time. A good looking set of teeth has always been something that people yearn for. That durable and dependable, long-lasting, realistic looking new tooth or rather set of teeth.

Bring back your smile with dental implants. This time you need not to hide your smile. In fact, you deserve a smile that makes you feel good!

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