Dental implants are artificial teeth. A tooth that is put into the mouth and jaw. Most probably it is used for adults when they lose their adult teeth as they age. In short, Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Implants provide a strong establishment for fixed or removable replacement teeth and are made to match your natural teeth.
We all know why it is necessary to go to the dentist. But how frequently should you go? The basic research says that generally, it is good to visit the dentist two times a year, which is a really good habit for many people. Scheduling dental visits should be dependent on each person’s oral hygiene, habits, and other medical conditions. For this reason, it’s very important to ask your dentist when you should come again for the next cleaning after every appointment.  

Sometimes it happens that you may not identify your problems and also possible that your dental problem becomes more serious each day. So visiting a dentist can help you to get rid of these types of issues. They will check your teeth whether they are healthy or not, clean them and tackle the other problems.
On average, the visiting dentist at least once in six months will work well for many people. People who are suffering from dental problems and conditions may need to visit every 2-3 months or more. This greater risk group includes:
  • Pregnant women 
  • Smokers
  • Diabetic patients
  • People with weak immune systems have bacterial infection.
  • Your everyday schedule will change during your lifetime, and, so will your dental schedule. You may need to see the dentist more often than usual in times of illness.
When people come to the dentist with an emergency, there are chances that many serious tooth and gum issues have no symptoms at all. Unfortunately, the number of people usually wait until they face any major problem. A small problem can become a major issue, and that needs to be dealt immediately. Without wasting time, visit a dentist if you have any of these issues:
  • Bad breath 
  • Tooth decay
  • Bleeding or sore Gum disease 
  • Mouth sores 
  • Sensitivity
  • Toothaches 
  • Jaw pain 
  • Dry mouth oral piercing infection 
The cost of most dental implants is equal to that of the average three-tooth bridge. The long-term cost for an implant is much lower since a bridge will most likely need to be replaced at some point. The cost of a single dental implant can alter depending on the dental condition and the used treatment option.
When we hear the word “surgery” or that associated with something, it automatically gives us a negative feeling. But it’s not like that it sounds. In the surgical phase of a dental implant in all on 6:
  • You will be numbed with anesthesia so that you cannot feel anything, because it will numb the nerves surrounding the dental implant area. We will not begin the process until the tooth area has become completely numb.
  • A blank space is created in your gums and jaw bone for the dental implant.
  • The implant is inserted and much secured. A cap can be placed over your tooth to keep it safe while it heals for the next few months.
Well, the most common experience people share after teeth whitening treatment is ‘sensitivity’. Your teeth may become a little sensitive after the treatment. You may face this problem on your few treatments but it will reduce with time. Otherwise, teeth whitening is considered a safe treatment.

If you have active cavities or other dental work in progress then this treatment is not for you.

Dental implants are the best way to restore an adult’s smile, they are not a good option for children. The reason behind this is, a patient will only want to have a dental implant if their jaws have completely stopped growing. Kids and teens still have growing jaws and mouths that are still changing. This happens when children are in their older teen years or into their twenties.

Dental implants are not the best choice for kids. It can cause pain, bleeding, and more. Implants are an option only for teens once they have passed through their teenage years. Common guidelines are to wait until girls are at least 16 and boys are at least 18.

This is the most asked question by patients who did dental implant surgery. Everyone loves food. But after doing dental surgery there will be a limitation for eating. You have to avoid crunchy or tough foods like rice, pizza, hamburgers, and burgers or popcorn. Avoid acidic and spicy foods. Most of the people resume their regular diet in a week after their surgery. Don’t eat food that requires much chewing.

Only eat and drink liquids and soft foods like milkshakes, yogurt, ice cream, cottage cheese, protein shakes, mashed potato, etc.
Replacing missing teeth is very necessary. If you are dealing with missing teeth, you’ll understand the pain and many problems they can cause. Eating certain foods is almost impossible. Also, without suitable treatment, your smile will not give you confidence, and you just don’t like the way you look when you smile. Photos are out of the question!

Fortunately, there are various options available for missing multiple or single teeth. 
  • Implants 
  • Fixed bridges
  • Dentures