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Asked Questions

What are early signs of dental trouble?

Mouth sores, Jaw pain, Redness, Tooth sensitivity
Broken teeth, Dry mouth, Bleeding gums, Bad breath or a bad taste in your mouth

Poor dental health is linked to many serious diseases and conditions. True or False?

True. Some studies have linked common oral problems to illnesses, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, premature birth, osteoporosis, and even Alzheimer’s disease. In most cases, the strength and exact nature of the link is unclear, but researchers suggest that dental health is important for preserving overall health.

Tooth loss is an inevitable part of aging. True or False?

False. “Although tooth loss is common, it’s not an inevitable part of aging,” says Richard H. Price, DDS, a retired dentist in Newton, Mass., and spokesman for the American Dental Association. “Teeth do not die a natural death — we kill them. Exactly how do we do that? In short, by disease or trauma,” he says.

What is the best way to prevent gum (periodontal) disease?

Remove plaque. Gum disease can be prevented by removing plaque. Plaque removal can be easily accomplished by thoroughly brushing and flossing your teeth daily. Regular dental check-ups (every 6-12 months) can detect early signs of gum disease.

How long will implants last?

Typically, they last longer than conventional dental work, as long as you take care of them properly with daily cleaning, just like your natural teeth, (floss, brush, etc.). When properly maintained and good oral health exists, it is possible for implants to last a lifetime.


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What if I want “metal-free“ implants?

There is no such thing as “metal-free” teeth. Almost all materials used for teeth replacements have some sort of metal ions in them. Dental implants are made of titanium alloy (similar to hip implants, shoulder implants, and knee implants), which is highly biocompatible, and an allergy to titanium is extremely rare! Currently, there are no proven alternatives to titanium dental implants.

Am I too old to have implants?

Age is not a factor for dental implant success. Bone healing around dental implants occurs in patients from the 6th to the 10th decade of life with almost equal success as in younger patients. The only thing to stand in the way of dental implant treatment in the elderly is general medical health.

How painful is the dental implant procedure?

This procedure, as any other oral surgical procedure, has some associated discomfort. However most implant patients comment that they were surprised at how minimal and short the duration of discomfort was.

What is the success rate of implantation ?

Similar for all surgical procedures, a success rate of 100% does not exist. However, the failure rate is very low.
The reliability of the current implant treatments thus no longer needs to be proven. Success depends on several criteria: the bone quality, the surgeon’s expertise, the absence of risk factors, the patient’s oral-dental hygiene and professional follow-up.

How do you care for dental implants?

They require exactly the same care as natural teeth: daily brushing and flossing, along with regular dental checkups and professional cleanings. Although implant teeth will never decay, the gum tissues around them can become inflamed or infected in the absence of good oral hygiene. Properly cared-for dental implants should last a lifetime.

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