The Farber Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics knows that as we age proper tooth maintenance can become difficult. If you are missing a tooth or teeth and have read our blog post on “Increased Tooth Loss for Senior Citizens” you already know you are not alone. Luckily, if you are unhappy with your smile… Read more »
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The Farber Center for Periodontics knows the difficulty associated with aging and the effect it can have on your teeth. The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research states that 27.27% of seniors over the age of 65 have no remaining teeth. Out of the remaining 72.72% of seniors over the age of 65 who still have… Read more »
You may be wondering what exactly bone grafting is and what it has to do with dental implants. Farber Center offers bone grafting as one of its many services. It is a key method to restore your smile through regeneration. Farber Center periodontist Dr. Chris Chondrogiannis breaks down the procedure and what you need to… Read more »
A strong bite is essential to everyday life. With apple season in out midst, you want to make sure your bite is strong enough to enjoy your favorite one. What is My Bite Like? You may wonder, how does one know if they have a healthy set of teeth or not? The best way to… Read more »
Dr. Alan H. Farber explains why temporary restorations after dental implant treatment help ensure great looking final restorations. What are Temporary Restorations? Temporary restorations are a temporary filling for a prepared tooth used until permanent restoration is carried out. Why are They Used? After a professional places the dental implants, they temporary restorations for a… Read more »
Dental implants stimulate bone and provide a strong bite. They are an alternative to removable dentures, which cause bone loss and reduced biting forces. Dr. Alan Farber explains why dental implants are the right choice for optimal oral health. What’s Wrong with Dentures? Patients often come to see me with a complete denture that is… Read more »
There are two type of dental implants on the market today, ceramic and titanium implants. Ceramic implants have been used in our practice for about five years at this point.