Why Are Dental Implant Roots Made from Titanium?

Posted on: 7 February 2017

If you want a dental implant, then you do have several options available to you. While this is true, your dental professional is likely to recommend a certain type of device that is best. Most often the device contains a titanium root. You may know that steel was once used for implantation. Titanium is now the standard. There are a few reasons why. Titanium Allows for Better Bone Integration Certain types of prosthetics, like artificial knees, may be made out of stainless steel.
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Stressed Out? Don't Let It Impact Your Dental Health

Posted on: 10 January 2017

Most people become a bit stressed from time to time. Whether it's the worries associated with pressure at work or concerns about family matters at upcoming holiday celebrations, it's important not to let this stress get the best of you. This is particularly true when it comes to your oral health. Stress can have several negative impacts on oral health, but, thankfully, there are easy ways to combat all of them.
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Dental Costs: Does Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

Posted on: 16 December 2016

If you are contemplating getting dental implants in order to revive your smile, one of the first things you need to consider is how you plan to pay for it. Dental implants are part of a major surgical procedure that also includes personalized orthodontia. This process is not cheap at all. You may be thinking that your dental insurance coverage will help offset some of the costs of this procedure. However, that is not often the case.
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Bleeding Gums Is Usually A Sign Of Gum Disease

Posted on: 29 November 2016

If you do not have the best oral habits and find that your gums bleed when you brush or floss them, it is most likely due to gum disease. Gum disease occurs in stages and is easier to treat if detected early on, and here are a few things to understand about this disease and bleeding gums. Bleeding gums is a symptom of gingivitis Gum disease is a condition that causes the gums to recede, become infected, and loose mass.
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