Dental Bridge

Four Important Benefits of Implant-Supported Bridges

May 14th, 2018 | By
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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

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A Conservative Option: Implant-Retained Bridge

May 23rd, 2017 | By

Though humans can retain all of their teeth for a lifetime, most do not. As you age, you may begin to lose teeth to disease or damage. Understandably, missing teeth can be embarrassing, particularly if spaces show when you smile and talk. Tooth loss can also create keep you from enjoying social events, such as

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A Single Dental Implant VS. A Crown and Bridge

May 8th, 2017 | By

How you choose to replace your missing tooth can be a tough decision. Is it better for you to choose a single dental implant or should you choose a crown and bridge? Both achieve your intended goal, but there are differences between the two options. A single dental implant leaves you with a more natural

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Fresno Dentists Ask: How Well do You Sleep at Night?

Feb 28th, 2013 | By

Sleep is an essential part of human life. As a complex and magnificent machine, your body requires fuel and rest to continue working properly. Unfortunately, we do not always sleep as well as we should due to a number of different factors, including one of the more infamous nighttime disturbances—snoring. For those who sleep with

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