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Introduction:
A bright, full smile is not only a sign of oral health, but it also play an important role improving self-esteem and confidence. If you have experienced the loss of one or more teeth, dental implants may be the solution you are looking for.

Reconstruction of the Lost Smile:
Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth, providing a permanent, natural solution. They are metal structures generally made of titanium, or metal-free zirconium that fuse with the maxillary and mandibular bone. By replacing the root of a missing tooth, dental implants provide a solid foundation on which dental crowns or dentures are placed. This improves the dental function and aesthetic appearance of your smile.

Improved appearance and confidence:
Tooth loss can significantly affect your smile and overall facial structure. By replacing missing teeth with dental implants, you can increase the harmony and symmetry of your smile. Having a positive impact on your self-esteem and confidence, since you will feel more comfortable when smiling and showing your teeth. Dental implants are designed to look and feel like natural teeth, giving you a refreshed smile and a boost in your personal image.

Recovery of dental function and quality of life:
Tooth loss can make it difficult to chew and pronounce words correctly, which can affect the quality of your diet and your social interactions. Dental implants restore dental function, allowing you to chew food comfortably and speak clearly. This not only improves your quality of life in terms of nutrition and health but also gives you the confidence to enjoy an active social life and participate in everyday activities without restrictions.

Conclusion:
Dental implants offer an effective and long-lasting solution to replace missing teeth. Beyond dental function, they also play an important role in improving self-esteem and confidence by restoring the natural appearance of your smile. If you are looking for a permanent, aesthetically pleasing solution to tooth loss, dental implants may be the ideal option to transform your smile and raise your self-esteem.
Dr. Verónica Cabezas


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Introduction:
Dental crowns are common restorations that cover damaged or weakened teeth, restoring both their functionality and cosmetic appearance. However, there are often myths and misunderstandings surrounding dental crowns. In this blog, we will demystify some of these misconceptions and provide you with accurate information about dental crowns.

Myth: Dental crowns are painful.
Fact: The placement of a dental crown should not cause significant pain. Prior to the procedure, a local anesthetic is administered to numb the treated area, ensuring that you feel comfortable during the process. After placement, you may experience mild sensitivity, but this usually goes away quickly.

Myth: Dental crowns look unnatural.
Fact: Modern dental crowns are designed to be aesthetically pleasing and are made from materials that closely mimic the look of natural teeth, such as porcelain or ceramic. Dentists work in collaboration with dental laboratory technicians to ensure that crowns match your adjacent teeth in color, shape, and texture, thus achieving a natural and harmonious appearance.

Myth: Dental crowns require special and restrictive care.
Fact: Dental crowns require no special care beyond regular dental hygiene practices. It is important to brush your teeth at least twice a day, floss daily, and use mouthwash as recommended by your dentist. In addition, it is essential to maintain regular visits to the dentist for evaluations and professional cleanings.

Myth: Dental crowns last forever.
Fact: While dental crowns are durable, they are not indestructible or permanent. The lifespan of a dental crown depends on several factors, such as the quality of the material used, your dental care habits, and the force exerted on the crown. In general, a good-quality dental crown is expected to last several years, but may eventually require replacement or restoration.

Myth: Dental crowns are only used for cosmetic reasons.
Fact: While dental crowns can improve the appearance of teeth, they also have an essential restorative function. They are used to strengthen and protect weakened, fractured, or large filling teeth. Also, dental crowns can be used as a dental implant treatment to replace missing teeth.

Conclusion:
Accurate information about dental crowns is important to make informed decisions about your oral health. By debunking some of the common misunderstandings, we have shown that dental crowns are an effective and versatile option for restoring damaged teeth. If you have specific questions or concerns about dental crowns, it is recommended
– Dr. Jorge Michel

 


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Regular visits to the dentist mostly prevent oral problems. The accumulation of tartar and other bacteria damage the gums, bone and teeth, which the patient notices due to the pain they generate in a more advanced stage. Prevention is the best option, attending regular dental check-ups and cleanings.


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If you arrived here it is because you are probably experiencing pain in your teeth and we want to tell you that it has many possible origins and that it is best to visit a professional dentist so that he can diagnose exactly what is happening, however, we share with you some of the common reasons for tooth pain.






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