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June 16, 2021 Procedures1

If you wear dentures, you’re probably well acquainted with the various ways in which they can hamper your freedom of expression and your quality of life. If you received your dentures in the past decade or two, you may have considered and ultimately dismissed dental implants as an option because of the time and cost associated with them.


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February 4, 2021 General0

Known for their functionality, comfort and aesthetics, dental implants are widely considered the best alternative for restoring damaged or missing natural teeth as they are customized to fit both the look and feel of your natural smile. The fact they are securely fixed to the jawbone means they won’t move or wobble as false teeth do. They are the best solution to replace missing teeth. In fact, dental implants have a 98% success rate. 


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February 19, 2020 Service0

The Hybrid 4 treatment was developed to provide edentulous (missing teeth) patients with an efficient and effective restoration. The reason why the treatment is so effective is because it only uses four implants – two straight implants in the anterior and two angled implants in the posterior – to support a provisional, fixed and immediately loaded full-arch prosthesis. Because of the concept’s innovative and smart approach to technology, the Hybrid 4 treatment provides many benefits for the patients:


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January 9, 2020 General0

Say goodbye to bad teeth oral health and welcome in a bright new smile for 2020. The new year is when you set your new year’s resolutions. Whether your resolution is to eat better, to exercise more or get a new set of teeth, now is the time to make those new years resolutions come true.


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November 21, 2019 HealthService0

Sleep apnea is a disorder that prevents the body from getting a sufficient amount of oxygen during sleep. During times of sleep, the sleep apnea victim or patient literally stops breathing for small periods of time, creating an extremely dangerous situation. Over 12 million Americans have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and that figure includes women, men, and children though most of victims are older male adults. Sleep apnea is also known as obstructive sleep apnea and it’s the most common form. Throat blockage, mostly from the tongue or palate, is what gives obstructive sleep apnea its name – but it’s only one form. Two other forms are central sleep apnea and mixed sleep apnea.


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