How long should I wait before getting braces after having a molar crowned? I want to get braces within the next couple months but I need to get a crown placed on one of my teeth. How long should I wait to get my braces? Have you ever though of getting invisalign usually when I have a patient with crowns I prefer invisalign treatment over conventional braces. You should really ask your treating dentist
For a Front Tooth Implant Which is Best? Screw Retained or Cement Retained? Cement-retained restorations offer a couple advantages including the elimination of un-esthetic screw access holes and greater resistance to porcelain fracture. The main advantage for screw retained is retrievablility. In my practice for the usual when the abutment is at least 5mm and/or of proper retention I usually place cement retained restorations
Is it possible if I can I have bone graft and teeth implants at the same time? Not only is it possible (with a few exceptions), but also recommended. As we like to practice a more conventional approach to implant placement, and reduce the amount of surgeries. If we are able to place the bone graft and implants this reduces Osseo integration periods, and helps give better initial stability to the implant itself. If extractions are needed, if you have severe bone loss, or if you have infection in this area then the possibility of placing the implants along with bone grafting may be questionable and a full x-ray and physical evaluation will be needed.
Will 2 veneers look weird compared to all my other normal teeth? Not at all! Using a color chart from Ivoclar Vivadent we are able to match the color of your natural teeth to the veneers. The important thing is to have a good restorative specialist and a good laboratory that can work toghether to achieve the desired results.. With the different techniques and stains available for porcelain we should be able to match the shape and color of your veneers to your natural teeth. We also work with CAD/CAM technology which allows us to create veneers/crowns that fit your dentition perfectly, eliminating the possibility of things like open margins and occlusion issues.
What to know about placing Implants after extractions How Long Can I Wait Before Getting a Dental Implant? I need to extract a tooth as soon as possible due to infection. I would like to know how long I can wait to get an implant. I need to extract the tooth and have a bone graft done since I have some bone loss. How long can I wait for the implant? I was told I can get it as soon as 4-6 months. However, I would like to wait a little longer (as long as possible) so that I can save up enough to get the actual implant done. I do not want to have bone loss occur and then have to go through it again. Regarding placing an implant in an infected site, we would have to clear the infection before placing the implant or else you run the risk of your implant becoming infected and losing your investment. In some cases, we are able to reduce the infection with antibiotics and then after the extrac...
How Painful is it to get Dental Implants Having Dental Implants Is Not a Painful Procedure. Dental implants should not be painful at all. If you are having a single implant placed most of our patients require only local anesthesia for the procedure, followed by an over the counter pain medication such as advil or tylenol and an antibiotic. In our patients who have larger surgeries (Full extractions, all on 4 procedures) we usually recommend an IV Sedation administered by a certified anesthesiologist. Afterwards the patient is given an icepack to help with inflamation, given an antibiotic and pain medication, and then scheduled for a check up a few days later. As with any surgery you can expect some soreness afterwards, however nothing that will leave you in bed all day.