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Don’t Kill your Implants!

The new trend in restorative dentistry has become to go a step beyond the basics of tooth replacement. A good percentage of patients who need to close a gap or restore an arch with artificial teeth choose to also reinstate the proper substructure. We’re talking about roots, and we’re talking about dental implants. Dental implants […]

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The New Age of Tooth Replacement

Losing a tooth is only a joyous event when we are children (although, pretty scary, too!). Throughout our teen and adult years, we may live with an unspoken expectation related to our teeth: they will stay in place forever. One look at statistics tells us this is absolutely not a given. More than 25% of […]

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Make a Bee Line to a Restored Smile with All-on-4 Dental Implant Treatment

For a few decades now, patients have been taking advantage of the latest tooth replacement method available, dental implants. These tiny posts really aren’t intended to replace teeth themselves; they are essentially root replacements. Early on, the tooth-replacement technique was widely used as an alternative to bridgework, replacing one or two teeth at a time. […]

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All-on-Four Implant Treatment can Change your Life

Tooth loss is not an isolated problem. No matter where the missing tooth is in the mouth, you face ongoing cosmetic and functional issues if replacement does not occur quickly. At Peters Dental Associates, we understand the long term consequence that stem from tooth loss. We are pleased to offer our patients the options they […]

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Dental Implants

There are some situations where a damaged or infected tooth cannot be saved and an extraction is necessary. However, having teeth missing can make daily tasks difficult and lead to dental problems down the road. Dental implants are used to replace these missing teeth and restore the function and appearance of normal healthy teeth. Keep […]

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