Over the last decade, the number of dental implants and bone grafts has increased manifold. The advancements in the technologies used in implant dentistry, the obvious benefits of an implant over other makeshift measures, the availability of information on the subject to patients, and also the rise in standard of living of people in general have been some of the causes that may have resulted in this increase of dental implants.
Here’s an interesting video(a 3D animation) that will help you educate your patients about dental implants – a tool that we hope will be useful for you to explain the procedure of implants to patients.
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Thanks for sharing such valuable information not found anywhere eles. I need some advice about tooth decay and possible extraction. 1 week ago I noticed that a small part of my 1st bi cuspid tooth (upper) had chipped away. I went to see my dentist who took a couple of xrays. She told me that I had calcification of my root canal therefore I needed the tooth removed as root canal was not an option. I don?t have any pain at all therefore this seems a bit extreme. I really don?t want the tooth removed if it is not necessary and would really appreciate some advice.