Posts Tagged ‘ dental implants ’

Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF): A Natural Option for Faster, Better Healing

When it comes to dental work, biocompatibility is crucial. Always, we want to be sure that any materials we use in replacing or restoring teeth are a good match for a patient’s individual biochemistry. This is why, for instance, we use BPA-free composite resins when we need to fill teeth and not mercury amalgam. The […]

If You Want Dental Implants, You Want Metal-Free Zirconia – Here’s Why

No one wants to lose a tooth, but sometimes it happens. When it does, you’ve got three options for replacing it: a bridge, a partial denture, or an implant. Implants are the closest thing you can get to natural teeth, and this is because of how they work. Where once there were roots, a screw-shaped […]

Implants, One Option to Replace that Missing Tooth

If you’ve had a tooth extraction, you may be faced with the decision of how to replace that tooth for optimal esthetics and function. Depending on your particular circumstance, you may have some options for that. Increasingly, patients are choosing an implant to fill that gap. Traditionally the only material choice for implants was titanium. […]