Multiple failed dental implants that were done overseas spurred Julianna to come to us in the hope of addressing the many complications which had resulted. The failed implants had such a negative impact on her, she felt compelled to share her story with others who maybe considering overseas dental treatment when international borders reopen.
Having any foreign objects fixed into your body definitely raises lots of questions. If you're thinking of getting dental implants, you'll probably want to know what's being put in your mouth – what are they made of? Are they safe?
Porcelain veneers are thin facades that are bonded to your natural teeth, allowing you to make big changes to the appearance of your smile.
If you’re scared of going to the dentist and have put it off for years, you’re not alone. In fact, dental anxiety is really common and most of the patients we see suffer from it to some degree.
Dental implants are an incredibly sophisticated way of replacing missing or failing teeth. They’ve been used for over 50 years and are the closest alternatives to natural teeth.
The biggest benefit of dental implants is that almost everyone is a good candidate. If you are an adult who is missing one or more teeth and is in good general health, then you’re an ideal candidate for dental implants. But sometimes, they are not always convenient or physically viable. There are some people who cannot get implants because they have certain contraindications that could be hazardous to their health, or will simply invite failure of the implant. In this article, we’re going to talk about dental implants, specifically All-on-4 implants, reasons why you may not be a good candidate for them, and your available options should you not qualify.