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Getting to Know Why Extractions May Be Necessary

Getting to Know Why Extractions May Be Necessary

By Michigan Implants & Periodontics | March 20, 2020

Dental extractions may need to occur for a number of reasons. Luckily, there is nothing to fear about a tooth extraction, because they are preformed regularly by dentists. Many people do not understand why an extraction may be necessary, so here is some information on this procedure. When you undergo an extraction, you will most…

Benefits of Botox

Benefits of Botox

By Michigan Implants & Periodontics | March 5, 2020

Lacking confidence in your smile does not have to be endured any longer. With the help of Michigan Implants and Periodontics, you can achieve your poised smile through Botox. Although Botox is widely known as a cosmetic procedure, the whole team at Michigan Implants and Periodontics are able to turn this treatment into a way…

Gum Disease: Warning Symptoms And Signs

By Chris Hicks | February 21, 2020

Gum Disease Gum disease is a major disease that can have a major affect on your oral health as well as your overall health. With this being said if you feel as though you may be developing gum disease then it is very important that you seek gum disease treatment while it is still in…

Dental Implants: The Benefits Of Bone Grafting

By Chris Hicks | February 3, 2020

Dental ImplantsDental Implants are beneficial for patients who are suffering from missing teeth, but in order to qualify for dental implants you may sometimes need to undergo bone grafting. This is because when you have missing teeth overtime the bone that was once used to support your missing teeth begins to deteriorate causing the shape…

Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique (PST™)

The Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique (PST™)

By Michigan Implants & Periodontics | January 29, 2020

Gum recession is a frequently addressed issue and can develop through common factors such as brushing, genetics and poor oral health. Gum repair has historically involved grafting and suturing, but now there is a non-surgical alternative technique. The Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique (PST™) can restore gum tissue and reverse the recession. This simple procedure offers…

Dental Implant Process

Steps for Dental Implants

By Michigan Implants & Periodontics | January 24, 2020

When you are missing one or more of your teeth, you probably wonder what choices are available to you in order to restore your smile. Luckily, major advances in modern implant dentistry have made dental implants a viable choice for many patients trying to replace a tooth. Dental implants require three simple steps and are…

Why Are Dental Implants Beneficial?

By Chris Hicks | December 19, 2019

Dental ImplantsDental Implants are the best decision you can make when it comes to replacing your missing teeth. This is because they function like your natural teeth, relieve you of dietary restrictions, and improve your quality of life. You are a great candidate for dental implants if you do not enjoy having missing teeth, you…

LANAP: Precise Laser Gum Treatment 

By Chris Hicks | December 3, 2019

If you are experiencing gum recession, then it’s very important that you make an appointment to have a full examination performed. This is because gum recession is a major warning sign that you may be suffering from gum disease. Traditional gum surgery involved things such as suturing and gum grafting, but thanks to advancements in…

Your Options for Replacing Teeth

Your Options for Replacing Teeth

By Michigan Implants & Periodontics | November 11, 2019

Are you suffering everyday with missing teeth, feeling less confident about yourself? Missing teeth is a dilemma that finds itself to a lot of people. Unfortunately, it has been a taboo topic for many years, and the solutions have not always been the best. With new technology constantly emerging and it making its way into…

Stop Recession

Stop Recession

By Michigan Implants & Periodontics | November 5, 2019

When you are suffering from periodontal disease, you have the opportunity to also be suffering from gum recession. Gum recession is when your soft tissue begins to fade away leaving more of your tooth, and roots to be exposed. In more serious cases, your jawbone may begin to surface. Gum recession is easily missed by…