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Wondering If You Can Sleep in Your Dentures? We Have the Information You Need

May 24, 2019

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One question we often hear is whether or not patients can sleep while wearing their dentures. The answer is that most dentists recommend removing the appliance during sleep. However, some patients do keep the product in place while they’re resting. In this post, we’ll look at the features and considerations that come with wearing dentures.


April 2, 2019

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older man smiling holding appleWhether you’re without one tooth, or you’re missing an entire arch, it can have some negative effects on your life. For starters, it can make it difficult to carry out normal functions like eating and speaking with clarity. The most reliable solution is the placement of dental implants, and as you read on, you’ll learn how the process can accommodate any number of missing teeth and leave you with the smile of your dreams!


Are Implant Dentures the Ultimate Solution for Missing Teeth?

March 31, 2019

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three dental implantsResearch shows that more than 80 million Americans struggle with the problem of missing teeth. The standard solution to this problem is adhesive dentures. Unfortunately, traditional dentures suffer from a number of drawbacks. That’s why there’s so much talk these days about implant dentures, an innovative new approach which offers the best of both worlds.


The Process of Receiving Dental Implants in Broken Arrow

February 8, 2019

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Illustration of dental implantDental implants have become one of the most popular ways to replace teeth, but because they’re a newer technology, many people don’t know about the process of receiving them. Dental implants in Broken Arrow come with a unique set of benefits and learning more about the process will help you better understand these advantages. Keep reading to learn about the dental implant procedure and why patients are choosing this replacement over other options.


Enjoy Comfortable Dental Care with Sedation Dentistry!

January 8, 2019

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woman relaxed receiving sedation dentistryStatistics show that over 30 million Americans avoid visiting a dentist for any type of care because of anxiety or phobia. That means they are missing out on the preventive benefits and cost savings that come along with these appointments. Thankfully, with the help of sedation dentistry, patients are now able to overcome their apprehensions so they can experience the best in oral health. Read on to learn about two available options!


How Much Do Implants Cost?

November 14, 2018

Filed under: Dental Implants — tulsaimplantteam @ 4:29 pm

model of dental implantsIf you are missing one or more teeth, you have heard about the benefits of dental implants. You know they can drastically improve your quality of life, but there is one question lingering in your mind – how much do implants cost? There is no easy answer. The amount you pay is based on your individual treatment plan. There are various factors that influence the price, such as the number of teeth you are replacing and each phase of your treatment. To help keep them affordable, there are several ways to pay for your new smile.

Are You Missing a Tooth? Your Dental Implant Specialist Has the Solution!

September 2, 2018

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Dental implant.Are you missing any teeth? You’re not alone. By age 50, the average American has lost around 12 teeth. Good thing there are options to make your smile whole again. A popular option that has quickly been recognized as one of the most permanent solutions for missing teeth are dental implants. This restoration is the most stable, permanent, and natural looking replacement to complete your grin. Keep reading to learn if you’re a good candidate for dental implants from an implant specialist.


What Kind of Insurance Coverage Do Dental Implants Have?

August 8, 2018

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Implant in a lower jawDental implants are an investment in your oral health with a big payoff: a beautifully restored smile that looks and feels more like your own teeth than any other option. Not to mention that implants can last for decades, if not a lifetime, with basic care and maintenance. But what can you expect when it comes to insurance coverage? And if you prefer sedation beforehand, will that be covered? Although implants are an excellent replacement option for missing teeth, dental insurance can raise a lot of questions. Get answers to those questions below!


Dental Implants and Bone Grafting Explained

July 1, 2018

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model of dental implantIf you are ready to replace your missing teeth, you can benefit from the most predictable and reliable option with dental implants. Due to the materials used, they have the potential to last for a lifetime, offering over a 95% 10-year success rate. Their long-term success relies on your jawbone’s ability to fuse to the posts while also having enough density to support them. To set the right foundation for your new smile, your dentist may recommend a bone grafting procedure.

Dental Implants in Broken Arrow: Can They Fail?

June 29, 2018

Filed under: Dental Implants — tulsaimplantteam @ 3:21 am

three dental implantsDental implants in Broken Arrow have become the most preferred solution to replace missing teeth because they are predictable and reliable. In fact, they offer over a 95% success rate to permanently treat tooth loss, allowing you to make a long-term investment. If you have made the choice to fill the empty spaces in your smile with dental implants, you never expect them to fail. While it is rare, their success can become compromised.

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