As long as you brush and floss every day, you're doing a good job of caring for your teeth, right? Not necessarily. The way in which you brush is very important. In some cases, brushing improperly may even do more harm than good. Many people make detrimental errors when brushing their teeth, thus rendering their oral hygiene habits less effective than they could be. Avoid these mistakes, and you'll increase your likelihood of staying cavity-free.
Dental implants are a very popular method for replacing lost or missing teeth. Because they are strong, durable, and usually successful, implants are highly effective at restoring full function to the teeth. Unfortunately though, in some cases, dental implants are not possible where the quality or density of bone is poor. So, is there any way it is possible to make dental implants an option for such patients?
1. Can You Make Bone Stronger By Breaking Bone?