Category: Dental Implants

Three Ways Dental Implants Can Address Missing Teeth

woman dentist take implant tooth and touch tooth on the blue background

It goes without saying that preventive dentistry is the name of the game when it comes to ensuring a lifelong smile, and a proper routine can perform wonders. Bear in mind, however, that there are situations in which accidents, dental emergencies, and more occur that result in damage or infection to your teeth. In cases… Read more »

How Do Dental Implants Replace Missing Teeth?

For many of the most serious tooth concerns, such as tooth damage or decay, there’s often an ideal restorative treatment that can help you save the healthy, natural, undamaged tooth structure. For instance, a custom-designed dental crown may be able to restore the damaged tooth and its ability to function, while also saving it from… Read more »

What Makes Dental Implants Different?

After you’ve experienced tooth loss, it can seem like rebuilding your smile and regaining your quality of life might be difficult. However, these days, restoring your smile to its former glory is easier than ever, thanks largely to the help of dental implants. Compared to more traditional prosthesis, like bridges, partials, and full dentures, dental… Read more »

Give Your Smile New Life with Dental Implants

Losing one or more teeth can be life-changing for your smile. Unless you replace them, the loss could have long-lasting effects on the health and quality of your smile. Fortunately, we offer patients several different options for rebuilding their smiles at our Pella, IA, dental office. For example, we can help many patients address the… Read more »

Asking Questions Can Help You See The Value Of Implants

What are you missing out on by leaving your smile incomplete? The loss of even one tooth can spell trouble, because it can create cosmetic concerns, and functional complications. In other words, a single gap in your smile can make you unhappy with how you look, while also making it harder to bite and chew…. Read more »

Gaps, Openings, And Dealing With Spaces In Your Smile

Any area in your smile that lies between two teeth and that creates space (as in, your neighboring teeth are not touching) might feel problematic for a number of reasons. First, you may just not really like how it looks. Next, it may negatively impact your hygiene. Then of course, it might also threaten your… Read more »