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I have bone loss from dentures and missing teeth. Can I still get dental implants?

December 31, 2019

One of the most significant consequences of missing teeth is the breakdown of healthy bone tissue in the jaw. The more teeth that are missing, the more degeneration will occur in the jaw. This is because the lack of downward pressure on the jawbone results in bone loss. Dentures can accelerate bone loss by wearing away at the bone they are placed on. Every time you bite down, you are placing pressure on the ridge, resulting in the break down of tissue in the bone. This is a primary cause of continual problems on getting dentures to fit, of sore spots and difficult or painful chewing.

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How to Fix Missing Teeth

December 20, 2019

There are a few options out there to replace your missing teeth. The real question is, what is the best option?

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Wisdom Teeth Removal Procedure

December 3, 2019

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars are in the farthest location back in your mouth. Generally, third molars are developed four in number, on the top and bottom of the right and left sides of the jaw. There are some cases where wisdom teeth develop naturally. It erupts through the gums and aligns with the remaining teeth. 

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Reasons why sedation dentistry is great for Dental treatment

December 3, 2019

Kids are not the only one who gets scared to go to the dentist. Thousands of people hesitate to visit the dentist due to fear and especially the fear of pain. Visiting a dentist should never be painful and you should never be so scared that your dental health is at risk. What you deserve is the best treatments and the maximum in professional and personal care, and pain-free treatment. For this, you should consider sedation dentistry.

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What is the right procedure for you? All-On-4 or All-On-6?

November 27, 2019

If you’re tired of your dentures or have problems with missing or infected teeth, you may have begun your search on dental implants or you may have been referred to a dental implant surgeon by your general dentist. If you don’t know much about dental implants just yet, you have come to the right place. Center for Implant Dentistry in Fremont, CA specializes in all on 4 and all on 6 dental implants. You may be wondering what’s the difference and which one is right for you.

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Proper Care and Maintenance of Dental Implants

November 9, 2019

Dental implants need daily care and maintenance just like your natural teeth in order to have long term lasting success. Whether you had a single implant, all on 4 dental implants, or all on 6 dental implants, we recommend the following to keep your new teeth clean and plaque-free.

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Everything to know about One-day Dental Implants

November 7, 2019

Missing teeth are not at all funny. It feels inconvenient, uncomfortable, and embarrassing. Waiting for your new set of teeth feels very annoying. For this reason, same-day dental plants were invented. People get benefited from dental implants, but they find it very inconvenient waiting for their new set. This is the reason why one-day dental implants turn out to be a great option for patients.

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Guide on All on four dental implants

November 7, 2019

Many people struggle with maintaining dentures, so they don’t like removable dentures. Dental implants are an ideal solution for patients who face problems due to dentures. Getting a full arch of teeth would typically require around six to eight implants for supporting an entire arch of teeth which will be expensive and also time taking. Thanks to the effective solution provided by implant dentistry, we have all on four dental implants.

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Is smoking bad for dental implants?

November 1, 2019

The answer is YES.

As you are probably aware, smoking is a bad habit not only for the overall health of your body, but also for your oral health. If you are a smoker looking into getting dental implants at Center for Implant Dentistry in Fremont, we want to help you understand how smoking affects your chances of having successful dental implant surgery. If you’re going to invest your money and time into a dental implant procedure, we want you to have the best results possible. It starts with you and making the choice to quit smoking overall.

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