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What to Expect When Getting Dental Implants


What to Expect When Getting Dental Implants

When it comes to getting dental implants installed there are quite a few things that you should be aware of if you are considering going through with this procedure. In order to learn more about what you can expect when it comes to the dental implants installation process please review what’s discussed below:

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Sleep Apnea Treatment: Improve Your Breathing And Sleep Better


Sleep Apnea Treatment
If you find yourself snoring heavily at night, if you find yourself tossing and turning, or if you wake up from a full night’s sleep feeling unrested then it is highly likely that you may be suffering from sleep apnea. With this being said it would be very beneficial if you reached out to our office to schedule a sleep apnea consultation with our dentist. We have the tools to properly diagnose you as well as treatment options to relieve you of your sleep apnea symptoms.

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Dental Anxiety No Longer

Dental Anxiety No Longer
 

If you suffer from anxiety when going to the dentist, it is common. Although visiting the dentist is not as daunting as it may seem, dentists are turning to different types of sedation methods to ease their patient’s minds. Dr. Sohl luckily provides for his patients IV sedation dentistry to help your anxiety.

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Dental Implant Bone Grafting and Growth

Dental Implant Bone Grafting and Growth
 

When considering dental implants, there are many things patients often do not think about that occur before the surgery takes place. One of those missed thoughts is if your bone is strong enough to hold the implant. Most of us do not sit around wondering about our jawbone density, but it is something that needs to be taken into consideration when thinking about dental plants. If your doctor decides your bone will not support an implant, do not worry – there are methods to fix this. Bone grafting can take place to fill in the gaps where your bone is not strong enough. A common area for this to occur is in the sinuses above the upper molars.

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