Implant and occlusion

By June 8, 2011 January 2nd, 2020 No Comments

The very nature of the dental implant with its titanium bone interface does not have the periodontium to act as a shock absorber. Therefore, care must be taken into consideration when assessing both the patient planning to have dental implants and the post restored patient. The most common indicator of bruxism is worn occlusal surfaces….An occlusal guard that fits properly is the best tool for preventing problems associated with bruxism. At every recall appointment, patient compliance should be evaluated and every attempt should be made to help a patient be compliant… more


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We are proud to provide the widest possible choice of private dentistry to our clients including: General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Teeth Whitening, Dental Implants, Hygienist services / treating gum disease, Root Canal Treatments (Endodontics), Conventional and invisible Braces (Orthodontics), Occlusion / TMJ disorders, Sedation for the anxious patients

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