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Can You Completely Restore a Smile With Several Missing Teeth?

This message from Decatur Smiles in Decatur AL is about restoring smiles with dental implants. Dental implants are titanium posts that are inserted into the jaw. One implant can support one artificial tooth, while several can support a bridge,or even a full dental arch. What Are The Differences Between Fixed and Removable? Fixed implant-retained dentures (sometimes called

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How Do Implant Dentures Work?

A dental implant fom is a state-of-the-art replacement for a missing tooth. Multiple implants, like the All- on-4 implants available at Decatur Smiles in Decatur AL, can support a set of dentures. This post answers the most frequent questions about implant dentures. The first thing to know is that a fixed implant denture is called

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Extraction Is Not The End Game

Have you had a tooth extracted? Think of it as one issue down, one to go. Even if you don’t care about the gap in your smile, a missing tooth can cause other problems. You can avoid them with a dental implant from Decatur Smiles. Problems With Extracted Teeth When a tooth is extracted, the

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6 Reasons To Ditch Your Dentures For Dental Implants

For thousands of years, dentures have been allowing people who have lost their teeth to chew foods and flash some teeth when they smile. Traditional dentures have drawbacks, though, and there is a better solution called All On 4 Implants, available from Decatur Smiles. A dental implant is a titanium post that is fixed in

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Hope For Denture Wearers: All-on-4 Implants

The condition of your teeth has a considerable impact on your health and happiness. Denture wearers understand this all too well. Dentures are better than no teeth at all, but they have certain disadvantages. At Decatur Smiles in Decatur AL, we offer an alternative to traditional dentures called All on 4 Dental Implants. Implant Motivation As

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