Category Archives: Dental Implants

Implant Dentistry and Tooth Loss

A recent report by The Washington Post shows that avoiding regular dentist visits correlates strongly with complete tooth loss in later life. Though approximately two-thirds of Pennsylvania residents visit the dentist at least once a year, 18 percent of our state’s seniors are unfortunately missing all of their teeth. If you or a loved one… [Read more]


Dental Implants vs. Dentures

Many people with missing teeth might be reluctant to wear dentures because of the discomfort and embarrassment that can accompany loose or poorly fitted false teeth. Thankfully, there is an alternative tooth replacement option renowned for its stability. If you live in the Main Line area and you’d like to learn more about dental implants,… [Read more]


How Dental Implants Can Reduce Denture Discomfort

The decision to use false teeth can be challenging because of the aesthetic, comfort and health challenges that might affect denture wearers. If you’re struggling with questions about tooth replacement, Philadelphia implant dentist Dr. Lindsey Marshall can assess the condition of your mouth and recommend treatment options. Though dentures have become more sophisticated since our… [Read more]


Considering the Cost of Dental Implants

No matter how healthy your teeth are, a missing tooth can make your smile incomplete. If you live in Philadelphia and are looking for a way to replace one or more missing teeth with a good return on your investment, dental implants can restore your grin. Like dental bridges and partial dentures, dental implants improve… [Read more]


Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are one option for replacing missing teeth. Some of the benefits of choosing dental implants include : One of the longest lasting tooth replacement options. Can be used to anchor dentures or a dental bridge. Natural appearance. Stimulates the bone in which it is implanted, preventing shrinkage of the bone. Provides optimum stability when… [Read more]


Dental Implant Recovery

Missing teeth present a pressing oral health issue; they put you at risk for a wide range of future complications. Dental implants are excellent options for our Philadelphia-area patients who are worried that missing teeth could damage their dental health. With a safe, simple procedure Dr. Lindsey Marshall can fit you with a dental implant… [Read more]


Dental Implants and Gum Disease

Missing teeth are not just a cosmetic issue, though they do make even the whitest, brightest smile look unattractive. They put you at risk of more serious oral health issues down the road.. Fortunately, Dr. Lindsey Marshall can replace the missing teeth of her Ardmore-area patients with attractive and sturdy dental implants, a dental tool… [Read more]


Benefits and Risks of Dental Implants

Dental implants are the best possible solution for replacing missing teeth. The strength and durability of the dental implant root gives dental implants a wide range of benefits, including: No stress on adjacent teeth Easy to clean and care for Restore full functionality to your smile Eat a wider variety of foods Will not slip,… [Read more]


Partial Dentures vs. Dental Implants

Both partial dentures and dental implants are effective ways of replacing one or more missing teeth. Partials, also known as dental bridges, rely on the support of adjacent teeth to hold a false tooth into place. In contrast, dental implants are inserted directly into your jawbone and act as a new tooth root. This allows… [Read more]


Using Dental Implants to Support Dentures

When you are missing all of the teeth in your upper or lower jaw, dentures supported by dental implants can provide a much stronger and more secure hold than traditional adhesive methods. Because dental implants are fused directly to your jawbone, they provide a sturdy and reliable structure to which your dentures can be attached.… [Read more]


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