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5 Qualities That Make a Good Candidate For Dental Implants

August 31, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dcdentalpros @ 3:33 pm
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Do you want to undergo the dental implant process but don’t want to get your hopes up before you know whether they’re the right choice for you? The first step you need to take to find out if you’re a good dental implant candidate is contact your dentist and schedule an initial consultation. During your appointment, they’ll be keeping an eye out for these five traits listed below. If you don’t check all of the boxes right now, that doesn’t mean that dental implants aren’t for you! It just means that you might need some preparatory treatments before you can undergo the surgery.


Why Have Dental Implants Become So Popular?

July 16, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dcdentalpros @ 11:13 pm
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If you’re one of the millions of American that are missing teeth, you have probably been experiencing quite a few problems related to the gap. First of all, a space in your smile isn’t the greatest thing for your appearance. In addition to this, you can eventually experience jawbone deterioration, crooked and misaligned teeth, and an increased risk of gum disease. Fortunately, you have quite a few options to prevent these issues. Dentures and dental bridges are commonly used, but dental implants in Washington, DC are becoming increasingly popular. Read on to learn about how they can benefit you.


6 Terms You Should Know When Considering Dental Implants in Washington, DC

August 3, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — dcdentalpros @ 4:58 pm

Are you thinking about dental implants in Washington, DC, as a way to replace your missing teeth? Whether you’re missing one, multiple, or all your teeth, this unique method of treatment can improve your oral health by stimulating your jawbone and restoring your entire tooth structure – a far better solution that restorations that simply give you the look of a complete smile. But before you arrive for your first appointment, there are a few key terms you should know that will help you to become more familiar with the pieces that will make up your new smile.  

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