Are you missing all of your teeth, or just some? Do you want a denture that will stay in place without any attachments or one that will snap onto existing teeth? How important is it to you to have a natural-looking smile?
If you’re struggling with uncomfortable dentures or have a few good teeth remaining, you may be wondering if you should get a traditional denture or an overdenture. Here’s a look at the key differences between the two types of dentures to help you make a decision.
What Are Overdentures?
Til about three decades ago, if you were missing… Read More
If you ever felt you had to shy away from smiling because of how your teeth looked, you’re not alone. Maybe you’ve got some stubborn tooth discoloration that doesn’t seem to go away with any at-home tooth whitening treatments.
Or, your teeth may be chipped, slightly crooked, or have gaps between them. These are all perfectly normal dental imperfections that can occur over time and yet the biggest dilemma for many of us.
So if you’re looking for a way to mask those imperfections and achieve that Hollywood smile, then veneers are a great option for you.
White, bright smiles are the mark of confidence, and veneers can give you just that. But the probably biggest question on your mind right now is probably, “Are veneers permanent?” After… Read More
All of us love a good before and after story, don’t we? We especially love it when we can be a part of someone’s journey to an amazing dental transformation. After all, there’s nothing quite like seeing the joy on a patient’s face when they finally get to see their new smile for the first time.
At Dayo Dental, we get to see a lot of these amazing transformations thanks to Invisalign and all our other smile makeover procedures. And while Invisalign can do a lot, you might be wondering if it can fix your overbite.
In this article, you can get all your answers from an award-winning dentist in Mexico.
What is an Overbite?
An overbite is a condition where the jaw is positioned forward from the rest … Read More
If you are missing a tooth, or if one of your teeth is in bad condition, you may be considering a single tooth implant. A single tooth implant is a permanent replacement for a missing tooth, and it can be used to support a crown, bridge, or denture.
If you are interested in getting a dental implant placement, it is important that you understand the process and what to expect. In this blog post, we will discuss single tooth dental implants and explain what you need to know about them. Stay tuned!
What are single tooth implants?
The best replacement option for missing teeth is a single tooth dental implant. This surgically placed tooth will eventually support an artificial dental crown after 3-4 months of healing time have passed, and … Read More
A full mouth reconstruction is a way to completely change or rehabilitate the way your mouth looks. The size, shape, color and position of your teeth can all be changed to look exactly how you want. Reconstruction can restore a mouth lost to decay and misuse, correct problems from birth, or just change the look of your mouth. The result: a boost in your confidence and self-esteem.
If that sounds a little vague and “all things to all people”, well — it kind of is.
But full mouth restorations can achieve many goals through many means. While it may be all things to all people, it’s not one-size-fits-all.
Prices, procedures, and times involved can all vary substantially. In the US, you’re looking at a ballpark cost between $30,000-$90,000USD. The full … Read More
So you’ve heard of All-on-4 dental implants — replacing an entire row of teeth with just four dental implants. It sounds amazing. You get all your teeth back, and you don’t have to worry about uncomfortable dentures. All of the positives, none of the drawbacks.Right?
Not so fast. All-on-4 dental implants are an amazing procedure, but they’re also very complex. Before you start looking around for the best deal to get in on this revolutionary treatment, ask yourself — do you really know what you’re looking for?
You might’ve heard a bit about All-on-4 from your dentist, but how much information did you actually get? How long did they spend with you? How much detail did they get into?
Periodontal Disease, also called Periodontitis, is common. But most people don’t know that they have it. The problem is getting answers to your questions.
Have you ever experienced this?…
You have a dental problem. You go to your initial dental consultation with a list of questions. The dentist does the exam, delivers your diagnosis, and asks if you have any questions. You ask the first question from your list, the dentist answers. You ask your second question. This time, the dentist taps you in your arm after he answers, and tells you, “I have to go, but they will give your paperwork at the front desk. It was nice to meet you.” What about my 10 other questions?
For a procedure as complex as periodontal disease, where do you get … Read More
Good Evening Arizona News Video: Arizona resident crossed the border near Yuma to get dental implants in Mexico. She replaced her dentures with dental implants and saved $13,000.
Almost every dental practice in Mexico advertises the full range of dental implant procedures, even the most complex types. In the USA, many dental clinics don’t have the same advertisements; many don’t even offer dental implants. Why?
Implant dentistry varies tremendously in terms of complexity and the required skill level. Every dental surgery is different. A dentist can prepare as much as he wants before the implant surgery, but once he is in surgery, surprises may come up that only his knowledge and experience will ensure success.
In Mexico, many dentists take short courses (as short as one weekend) and start advertising … Read More
Finding a cosmetic dentist in Mexico isn’t hard. Finding an experienced cosmetic dentist that you can absolutely trust makes a big difference!
Not to worry. We are here to give you information about the top dental restorative procedures and help you get that captivating smile.
For the purposes of this article, we refer to cosmetic dentistry in Mexico as improving the aesthetic appearance of your front teeth. Cosmetic dentistry would include teeth whitening, placing crowns or veneers on 4 to 8 of your front teeth (incisors). It includes just the top jaw or both top and bottom jaw.
Here are the top 5 tips to maximize your success with cosmetic dentistry in Mexico: