Dental Bridge vs. Tooth Implant: Which Should You Choose?

May 30th, 2018 | By
dental implant

If you’ve lost a tooth, you should be thinking about replacing it with a prosthetic. Leaving a gap open can change the way the rest of your teeth fit together, and not in a good way. When your alignment changes due to a lost tooth, it can make your bite less effective and make your

[continue reading…]

Four Important Benefits of Implant-Supported Bridges

May 14th, 2018 | By
portrait of smiling grandmother and granddaughter in their home

Used to replace several missing teeth, an implant-supported bridge can work in the upper or lower jaw. Because of their positive effects on oral health, their durability, and their appearance, implant-supported bridges can help improve several aspects of a patient’s quality of life. A traditional bridge fills in the gap in your smile by using

[continue reading…]

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Apr 13th, 2018 | By

Dental implants replace missing teeth and their roots to restore a patient’s mouth function and his or her self-confidence. As an alternative to removable dental devices, implant-based restorations provide stability and prosthetic teeth that look and feel natural. At Fresno Dental Studio, we are ready to help you replace your missing teeth with dental implants

[continue reading…]

Why Choose Dental Implants over Removable Dentures?

Apr 2nd, 2018 | By

Dental implants permanently replace missing teeth and help the jawbone regain or maintain its integrity. Neither dental bridges or removable dentures can boast these abilities. Placed directly into the jawbone, dental implants stimulate the bone to keep resorption from occurring, which causes an aged or sunken facial appearance. Since a crown or full arch of

[continue reading…]

Why Choose Implant Overdentures?

Feb 22nd, 2018 | By

For people missing multiple or all teeth, might recommend overdentures. Like conventional dentures, overdentures replace all missing teeth on an upper or lower arch, to improve oral function and create a complete, attractive smile. Unlike conventional dentures that need an adhesive to secure them, overdentures attach to dental implants in the upper or lower jaw,

[continue reading…]

Why Do Dental Implants Take So Long?

Feb 19th, 2018 | By
dental implants timeline

Dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth, and, in the hands of a skilled provider like Dr. Alex Denes, they can support one or many prosthetic teeth. Some patients are turned off by the dental implants timeline—but learning why the timeline is necessary can help you understand how implants function. With traditional

[continue reading…]

Preparing for Implant Dentures

Jan 14th, 2018 | By
implant dentures

If you’ve been living with conventional dentures, the decision to get implants is a major life change, and one you won’t regret! You can now look forward to dentures that don’t slip out of place, and eating foods that you had previously thought off-limits after tooth loss. Learn more about the steps you can take

[continue reading…]

Anxious Patients Benefit from Dental Sedation and Dental Implants

Dec 28th, 2017 | By

  Dental anxiety is a legitimate condition that affects roughly 40 million people. At it’s most severe, it can keep an individual from receiving vital dental treatment. Even if a person is experiencing an intense toothache, the thought of visiting the dentist is far more debilitating in their minds. Because of this, what started out

[continue reading…]

Dental Implants Secure Crowns, Bridges, and Dentures

Dec 13th, 2017 | By

Your dental professional has recently informed you that an extraction must take place. While you know it’s necessary for your overall oral and physical health – and you’re tired of living in pain – the thought of a gap in your smile makes your stomach drop. You wonder, “What will people think?” … “Will I

[continue reading…]

Questions to Ask Your Implant Dentist

Nov 21st, 2017 | By

“We’re going to need to extract the tooth.” It’s news no one ever wants to hear from the dentist. Your mind starts racing with what this means and how it will affect your smile. While many dentists will try and save a tooth through conservative methods, sometimes an extraction is inevitable if the tooth is

[continue reading…]