November 4, 2017
Patients with one or more missing teeth may want to consider dental implant supported restorations. While dental implants have been in use for decades, they are still relatively new to patients, and many people don’t know much about the dental implant process. If you are missing numerous teeth, the entire replacement process may seem even more complicated. If you have questions about the dental implant process, keep reading to learn more or find an implant dentist near you.
September 2, 2017
Patients who need to replace a single tooth or a full row of teeth may decide to put off making replacement plans out fear that these restoration services will be painful, uncomfortable, or deliver fake looking results. Dental implant supported tooth replacement offers comfortable, long lasting, natural looking dental restorations for patients missing one tooth or all their teeth. Keep reading to learn more about the top four benefits of dental implants over other tooth replacement options.
August 31, 2017
Jaw pain, difficulty opening and closing the mouth, clicking and grinding sounds during jaw motion, and chronic migraines – these are all warning signs of TMJ dysfunction. This common oral health condition is painful and can make even the simplest tasks unmanageable. If you notice any of the indicators of TMJ dysfunction, contact Exceptional Smiles by Gregory M. Solich, DDS. Our Colorado Springs dentist and team will relieve pain and put the smile back on your face.
July 8, 2016
Dentists are all in agreement—for tooth replacement, there is no better option than a dental implant. In Colorado Springs, dental implants not only replace the crown (visible portion) of a tooth, but the root, as well. In this way, they improve the appearance of your smile, restore your ability to eat and speak, and preserve your facial structure by stimulating healthy new bone growth. However, there must first be sufficient bone volume at the site for a dental implant to be successful. If an upper back tooth needs replacing, Colorado Springs general dentist Dr. Solich may recommend accessing your sinus cavity for a bone graft.