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Invest in Your Smile With Dental Implants
When you’re missing a tooth or several teeth, you have options when it comes to restoring your smile! You and your dentist can discuss which options would be best for your smile, including dentures, partial dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants. Among these options, dental implants are the best investment for your smile and make excellent long-term replacements for your…Continue reading
How Long Can I Expect My Dental Implants to Last?
Dental implants are an easy to maintain solution with a high success rate that can stabilize bones and reduce bones loss. As a result, this is a superior method to replace missing teeth. However, because of the higher initial cost, patients often wonder how long dental implants last in order to determine if this is a cost effective solution. What…Continue reading
Will Dental Implants Look Natural and Healthy?
The short answer is yes! Dental implants will look natural and healthy (when done right). To understand why dental implants are the most aesthetically appealing way to replace a missing tooth or many missing teeth, it is important to understand how implants are superior to other tooth replacement options. What Makes Implants So Appealing? One of the big advantages of…Continue reading
How Dental Implant Treatment Could Change Your Life
By Dr. Gordon Rye Our smiles were made to have all of our teeth. Our pearly whites help us to chew our food, speak our words, and retain our facial structure—not to mention our self-confidence—as we age. When you’re missing a tooth, or even several teeth, it’s easy to feel embarrassed about your smile. You can change your life with…Continue reading
Dental Implants the Alternative to Dentures
When looking for alternatives to dentures, dental implants are a great option for many patients. However, they can be expensive and insurance doesn’t always cover the cost. If you’re missing all of your teeth and considering dentures or denture alternatives without getting a full set of dental implants, consider getting All-on-Four dental implants as a comfortable, cost-effective alternative! Dental Specialties…Continue reading
What You Didn’t Know About Dental Implants
Dental implants are part of a procedure that’s done to replace a lost tooth or teeth by a surgeon to place a screw into your jaw that effectively holds the place of your lost tooth’s root. They give you a more natural look and are more secure than dentures. Keep reading to find out more about them! Dental Specialties Emergency…Continue reading
Dental Implants Are Your Long Term Solution
Whether a person is missing several teeth or just one, it can make a significant impact on everything from one’s ability to chew to a person’s willingness to smile in front of a camera. When it comes to filling in the gaps, there are a number of options. However, the long-term solution to replacing lost teeth is getting dental implants.…Continue reading
New Article by Dr. Rye: IMPLANTS VS. VENEERS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Questions we get from our patients often center around dental implants and veneers in terms of dental treatment options. What are the differences? Which is the right treatment for you? This new article by Dr. Rye published on Your Dental health Resource can help to shed some light and information on this subject. Dental Specialties Emergency Dentist Fairfax VA…Continue reading
TOP 3 QUALITIES OF THE PERFECT DENTAL IMPLANT SPECIALIST
When you realize you need implant dentistry, you encounter many claims of dentists who are “tops” or “the best” or even the “clear choice” for implant dentistry. Friends and family or newspapers, radio or internet ads don’t really explain how dentists earn that status. Yet, there are discreet things to look for when you are trying to discern the clear…Continue reading
Father of the Modern Dental Implant Dies in Sweden at Age 85
One of my patients brought in Per-Ingvar Branemark’s obituary, published in the New York Times on December 28, 2014. Dr. Branemark died December 20 in Sweden. His obituary says in 1952 he was studying how blood flow affects bone healing when he made the “accidental discovery” that titanium fuses into bone. Thus was born the dental implant, “a major advance…Continue reading