There are a great many benefits to dental implant surgery, restoring function and appearance to your smile following the loss of a tooth or teeth. Today, our Lethbridge dentists answer common questions about any pain that may be associated with dental implant surgery.
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Your dentist might have recommended a dental implant to replace missing teeth, but have you ever wondered about the parts and process that will work together to help you feel comfortable living with an implant? Today, our Lethbridge dentists discuss the main parts of a dental implant.
Your family's dental needs will change as they progress through different stages of life. In this post, our Lethbridge dentists explain the ins and outs of family dentistry and how we help kids, teens, adults and seniors keep their smiles healthy.
Jaw pain can indicate a dental issue such as a toothache, TMJ Disorder, or perhaps a more serious condition. In this post, our Lethbridge dentists explain possible causes of jaw pain and what to do with those sore joints.
If you have a cavity, you will probably need a dental filling to restore your tooth's structure and put a stop to any sensitivity and discomfort it's causing. Here, our Lethbridge dentists explain why you'd need a tooth filling, and describe different types of fillings to consider.
Many people will have a dental emergency at some point, sometimes as a result of underlying oral health conditions or injuries. Our Lethbridge dentists provide advice about how to know if your dental issue is an emergency, and what to do.
Dental implants placement surgery, just like any other kind of surgery, requires a period for recovery of your oral health. After getting one or more dental implants placed into your mouth, the recovery time is often quite short though. Here, our Lethbridge dentists explain.
People with missing teeth will sometimes look much older than they really are. This is the result of the deterioration of the jawbone that comes with the loss of teeth. Here, our Lethbridge dentists explain why this happens and how implants can help.