Don’t Talk Yourself Out Of Implants Just Yet

Dental Implant Feelings: Normal Or Not?

With the decision to replace a tooth with a dental implant and restoration come some new feelings. Some will be just fine. Some will seem a little strange. Most will go away very soon. However, some might mean something isn’t quite right. Sounding a little vague? As you know, this can be confusing territory, which is why we generally suggest you come in if you aren’t certain. As for some normal and not-so-normal, common sensations, allow us to get you up to speed.

Deciding On Implants: 2 Helpful Suggestions

We know that making that final decision for your smile can feel a little rough. When you’re just imagining yourself with dental implants, it’s easy to do. However, when you’re talking about actually saying yes and setting up the date for your implant placement, then it can begin to feel very real and technical! So, how to feel wonderful with whatever decision you make for your smile? Consider our suggestions as your guide toward discovering what you’d really like to do about addressing tooth loss.

Dental Implants: The Many Parts

If you start thinking about dental implants, you will find that they are multifaceted prosthetics. To begin with, there are multiple parts of a successful tooth replacement when you rely on an implant. Whether or not you qualify for said implants is something made up of many parts. The list goes on and on. To illuminate this detail and to ensure you feel educated on the topic, we would like to offer some knowledge that may positively contribute to your understanding of receiving implants.

Ready to fall in love with your smile, but not sure where to start? Send us a photo or a question of your smile, and Dr. Lathrop will respond!




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