Based on recommendations by the American Dental Association and the Oklahoma Dental Association, our office will be operating in limited fashion for the next few weeks to help limit the spread of COVID-19.

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Dental implants are about the closest thing you can get to a natural tooth.
With improvements in surgery, recovery and manufacturing processes, implants are now a viable option for many people. But some might wonder: is this a forever thing? If the implant fails, can it be removed? Is it like a denture?

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Dental implants are a fantastic solution for missing teeth. They bond to the jawbone, stimulating bone structure instead of letting it erode away. They’re strong, lasting for years and sometimes for the rest of the user’s life. And they look natural and don’t need any special care.

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Dental crowns are among the most common dental implants out there. They’re used for everything from root canals to shoring up weak teeth, creating an outer layer that replaces the tooth’s natural enamel shell with a tough synthetic surface.

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When you’ve moved on past your regular teeth, denture fit becomes absolutely imperative. Keeping them in place allows you to live a regular life and not worry about losing your teeth at an inopportune moment. But if you’re starting to deal with some fit issues, you might be wondering: just how do my dentures stay in place?

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When a root canal takes place, is the tooth actually dead? If you’ve done any research into a root canal, you know that the procedure involves hollowing out the tooth. But you may not know exactly what that entails.

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You don’t really think about your teeth most of the time. They’re just there, taking care of their job when you eat, but they’re not something you really pay attention to. If you’ve reached the point where you need dentures, though, you might be worried about what that means. Will they hurt or pinch. Will they be comfortable? Will they stay in?

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