If you’re missing a tooth, you’ve got several options. The least advisable is to do nothing – it’s not just about aesthetics. Replacing a lost tooth is important to restoring maximum function, maintaining the alignment of surrounding teeth, and preserving facial contours.
Dental implants can positively enhance your self-esteem, your bite, and improve the health of your mouth, gums, and jaw. Millions of Americans suffer tooth loss – mostly due to tooth decay, periodontal disease, or injury. For many years, the only treatment options available for people with missing teeth were bridges and dentures. But, today, dental implants are available.
Dental crowns are often misunderstood. Misunderstood because most dentists do not explain them very well, and costly because insurance companies typically do not cover more than 50 percent of the cost. Crowns are also known as “caps”, but that term is somewhat antiquated.
There are many people who have stained or discolored teeth and would like to make their smile whiter. Patients often ask Dr. Tal Morr about the best whitening toothpaste or whitening strips at the drugstore, so they can perform the whitening treatment on their own.
However, there is no substitute for a professional whitening treatment. You may find many suitable and even effective teeth whitening products at the store, but they will not deliver the amazing results that Dr. Morr can with a professional whitening treatment in Miami.
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Tal Morr is a credentialed expert in both the surgical placement and restoration of dental implants in Miami. He has placed and restored thousands of dental implants. With his experience and use of advanced diagnostics and sedation, he is able to deliver comprehensive treatment comfortable within his office. Tal Morr’s hygienists and assistants have specialized training in the delivery of implant rehabilitations and they are focused on treating each patient with compassion and individualized attention.
Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once in place, they allow your dentist to mount replacement teeth onto them.
Receding gums are a prevalent problem in the United States, but people rarely get the treatment they need. IF not treated, gum recession can cause tooth loss and may require a surgery to replace lost tissue and repair damage.
Gum surgery sounds scarier than it actually is, in fact, there are several different options depending on your needs:
A smile can be a wonderful thing, and strong, healthy teeth are the key to a great smile you can keep for a lifetime – but not all of us are born with a megawatt smile.
A healthy smile is a sign of a strong body, and if you are missing one or more teeth, it’s not too late to do something about it! Dental implants are the best possible replacement option for missing teeth.
Your body works best when it has a full set of teeth; your lips, cheeks and the skin on your face is firmer and tauter when there are teeth to be covered. As we age and lose teeth, we also lose bone structure. This is what can cause the skin around the mouth, cheeks and eyes to appear looser and more wrinkled.
It is widely known that the majority of us believe that a healthy smile is one of the first and most important things we notice about a person at first impression. Research suggests that most men found women who were not wearing any makeup at all, but were smiling, to be more attractive than women who had great makeup but were hiding their smiles.
When you are confident you smile more. Replacing missing teeth and addressing oral health issues with dental implants can be just the boost you need to take the next step in your career, relationship, or just the next chapter of your life.
Additionally, dental implants can be a boon against the loss of bone material in the body, also known as osteoporosis. The jaw is one of the first places osteoporosis is detected. The more teeth we have, the better we can chew, the stronger our jaw bones will be.
See how we can help you improve your life by receiving a consultation for dental implants in Miami, FLorida! Call (305) 935.6066 to schedule your appointment today.