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How long does it take to get dental implants?

At Centers for Dental Implants, we help our patients get that perfect smile, as well as provide implant restoration or replacement. Our staff works with each patient to find the best solution that fits the patient’s needs. Our goal is for our patients to be confident and happy with their smile, and we provide exceptional

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Are dental implants safe?

Dental implants are one of the most common restorative procedures done today. Implants provide a strong and stable solution for patients in need of tooth replacement or restoration. Dental implants are made out of titanium, and are built to last upwards of 25 years, or even a lifetime if cared for properly. Implants are safe

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How are dental implants done?

For patients that have cracked, missing, or broken teeth, dental implants help give them a beautiful natural looking smile. Dental Implants are highly successful, and last upwards of 25 years to a lifetime if cared for properly. Implants give patients a permanent solution for teeth restoration and they not only are aesthetically pleasing, but also

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How do you know if you need a root canal?

You may be recommended for a root canal when the pulp or soft tissue inside the root canal is inflamed or infected. This inflammation or infection is caused by bacteria, a crack or injury, or tooth decay. Root canals are one of the most common procedures done today, and they help restore our teeth back

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How long do CEREC crowns last?

You may have been recommended for a CEREC crown if you have a broken or injured tooth in need of repair. Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics, or CEREC crowns are made out of a block of ceramic or resin. They are bonded to your tooth, and are plaque resistant making them a very popular

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How long dental crowns last?

Crowns are used to help save or restore a damaged tooth. A crown is placed over the tooth like a cap, and allows patients to be able to use their tooth again. Crowns make damaged teeth stronger and durable, and aesthetically look great. They are permanently cemented on to the damaged tooth, and are one

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