Tooth Replacement For The 21st Century

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Not everything was better back in the good old days. Take dentures, for instance. They’ve improved many lives, but there is a better option from Staten Island Dental Care: implant-supported dentures. There are two types of implant anchored dentures: removable and permanent. No adhesive is required for either system. With the permanent type, screw retentions…

Are There Drawbacks to Dental Implants?

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Dental implants might sound like some futuristic solution to missing teeth. But they’ve become part of mainstream dentistry, and are available at Staten Island Dental Care. Most patients have a lot of questions about dental implants, once they seriously begin to consider them. Are they experimental? Safe? Painful? Like we said, they are considered mainstream.…

Implants vs. Bridges: Know The Facts

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In this blog post from Staten Island Dental Care we’re going to talk about dental bridges, a common tooth replacement option. While dental bridges have restored smiles for generations, they are not without drawbacks. One is keeping them clean. Many people find it all but impossible to keep the small areas around and under the bridge…

There Is Hope For Denture Wearers

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The condition of your teeth has a big impact on your quality of life. Denture wearers understand this all too well. But now there is a better option than conventional dentures: implant-supported dentures from Staten Island Dental Care. Conventional dentures rest against the gums. They can irritate soft tissue, and make breathing, eating, tasting food,…

Think A Missing Back Tooth Is No Big Deal?

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Most people are embarrassed by having a missing tooth in the front of the mouth. It may not be fair, but a gaping hole would have negative connotations for just about anyone. We can address that issue with a dental implant, at Staten Island Dental Care. But what about a missing molar? Someone who loses…