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    What Causes Bone Loss In Teeth?

    What Causes Bone Loss In Teeth?

    Posted by Kennie Kwok, DMD on  July 30, 2022
    For people missing one tooth or several teeth, dental implants are the most effective tooth-replacement option available. Not only do they look and feel more natural than dentures and bridgework, but they’re also sturdier, stronger, and longer-lasting. Dental implants are the only tooth-replacement solution that mimics the entire tooth structure,
    Is It Better To Have Dentures Or Dental Implants?
    Your oral health is an important part of your overall health. If you have dental problems, it’s important to get them treated right away, before they result in digestive problems, respiratory infections, cardiovascular disease, or other health problems. Missing teeth definitely qualify as a dental problem. A missing tooth is
    Can A Gummy Smile Be Corrected? by San Diego Periodontics & Implant Dentistry

    Can A Gummy Smile Be Corrected?

    Posted by Kennie Kwok, DMD on  June 5, 2022
    Your smile is a priceless gift you share with others. When you stifle your smile because you don’t like its gummy appearance, you deny everyone else the opportunity to bask in it. But you also miss out on some of the health benefits of smiling, including stress reduction and mild
    How To Ensure Your Dental Implants Will Last A Lifetime by San Diego Periodontics & Implant Dentistry
    Dental implants are the most durable and aesthetically-pleasing tooth replacement option. They look, feel, and function like natural teeth. Dental implants also provide the ability to smile freely without fear of denture slippage or the embarrassment of missing teeth, which leads to a wonderful boost in confidence. Although dental implants
              If your teeth appear longer than they used to, chances are you have receding gums. There are several possible causes of receding gums, including poor oral hygiene, inflammation, or even lip piercings. But for people who are in good overall oral health and do not
    Do Dental Implants Fall Out? by San Diego Periodontics & Implant Dentistry

    Do Dental Implants Fall Out?

    Posted by Kennie Kwok, DMD on  March 1, 2022
    Dental implants are quickly rising as one of the most popular tooth replacement options available today—for good reason. Dental implants look, feel, and function like natural teeth. They’re sturdy and reliable. They’re easy to maintain. And with proper care, they can last for decades.  Although most general dentists are trained
    How Dental Implants Can Change Your Life by San Diego Periodontics & Implant Dentistry
    A full, radiant smile can light up a room, uplift the moods of the people around you, and help you exude confidence. Missing teeth, on the other hand, can make you uncomfortable and self-conscious, and cause subsequent and costly oral health problems.  Today, there are several options for replacing missing
    Reduce Dental Anxiety by San Diego Periodontics & Implant Dentistry
    Many people experience feelings of fear and uneasiness about visiting the dentist. This is known as dental anxiety, and it’s fairly common. For some people, the fear is extreme, and it causes them to avoid the dentist altogether. Unfortunately, the longer a person avoids the dentist, the higher the likelihood
    Can Receding Gums Grow Back by San Diego Periodontics & Implant Dentistry

    Can Receding Gums Grow Back?

    Posted by Kennie Kwok, DMD on  October 29, 2021
    Receding gums aren’t pretty. They disrupt the gum line, expose the tooth root, and cause the appearance of tooth elongation. But gum recession is more than just unattractive—it can also lead to severe oral health complications.  Unfortunately, once gums have receded, they will not grow back on their own. The
    Gum Graft Donor Tissue Care & Recovery by San Diego Periodontics & Implant Dentistry
    If you have severe gum recession, you may need gum graft surgery to correct the problem and restore your oral health. Gum graft surgery restores your natural gum line by delicately suturing new tissue into place to cover root surfaces of your teeth that have been exposed. The sutures help