Archive for July 31, 2014
Only about 10% of United States dentists currently perform dental implant procedures, and even fewer perform dental mini implant surgery. This has resulted in a wealth of misinformation about dental mini implants that should be corrected.
Traditional dental implants are installed directly in the jaw socket and take 2-3 months to heal before they’re ready to support a permanent prosthetic. They can last a lifetime with proper care, but is the wait time in between necessary?
What is a mini dental implant? Dental mini implants are smaller and require less invasive dental surgery, so recovery time is much faster and prosthesis
An estimated 99.7% of American adults believe that their smile is an important social asset that can affect a variety of areas of their life: for example, an estimated 96% believe that a quality smile attracts members of the opposite sex, and an estimated 74% believe that a person’s teeth can help or hinder their professional success. For this reason, cosmetic dental work is growing increasingly popular in the United States, with many people turning to cosmetic dental procedures and dental cosmetic surgery to get the smile they have always wanted. One procedure in particularly is becoming especially common: dental implant surgery, which seeks to replace a patient’s missing natura