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Dental implants

Are Dentures the Only Answer For Extensive Tooth Loss?

Your teeth are meant to last a lifetime, and with proper home care and regular checkups at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD, they can. But sometimes things go wrong, in spite of everyone’s best efforts. Dental implants are an ideal solution for anyone who loses one or more of their natural teeth. Dental implants

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A Missing Tooth Can Lead to Bone Loss

Dental implants from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD support teeth so lifelike, patients have been known to forget some of their teeth aren’t real. That’s now natural their look and function is. No wonder they are our most popular restorative dentistry option! Those simple facts are enough to make most people choose dental implants

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7 Ways To Fix A Chipped Tooth

In a perfect world, each of your teeth would stay healthy, strong, and brilliantly white throughout your life. Unfortunately, most of us will need to restore a tooth at some point. At St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD, we can help. A tooth can be compromised by decay, enamel erosion, a chip or crack, gum

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Implants Prevent Denture-Related Health Problems

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 25% of adults over 65 have no remaining teeth. Many of them choose dentures. But dental implants from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville are a state-of-the-art alternative. Problems With Dentures Conventional dentures usually fit properly at first, but the mouth changes as you age. Normal wear

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Don’t Let Anxiety Keep You From Getting Implants

Millions of Americans cope with dental anxiety. They’ll tense up just thinking about an ordinary exam; the idea of a more complicated procedure, like a dental implant, can send their stress level through the roof. Sedation dentistry from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville can get them through it. Dental implants are actually a rather straightforward

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Dental Bridge vs Dental Implant

In this post from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville we discuss dental implants as an alternative to traditional dental bridges. Bridges have been a standard tooth replacement option for many years. There is more than one type, but the most commmon consists of an artificial tooth held in place by dental crowns on either side

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What Is More Valuable Than A Diamond?

We begin this post from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville with a quote from classic literature: “Every tooth in a man’s head is more valuable than a diamond.” When Miguel de Cervantes wrote that four hundred years ago, there was no widely accepted way to replace lost teeth. We are fortunate to live at a

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Dental Implants: Change Your Life In 4 Steps

Healthy teeth that work as nature intended are vital for a high quality of life and overall health. That’s what makes dental implants, like those available at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville, such a major step forward in dentistry. Dental implants are titanium posts that are inserted into the jaw. The implant is, in effect,

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Dental Implants: Does Your Age Matter?

Dental implants have rightly been called one of the greatest advances in dentistry: titanium posts that are inserted into the jaw to support one or more artificial teeth. Dental implants are available at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville. A common concern for many patients is whether they are too old for a dental implant. We’ll

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Look As Young As You Feel By Replacing Missing Teeth

A wise person once said that everyone wants a long life, but no one wants to get old. Yet it happens. While some challenges that come with aging can’t be avoided, others can. At St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville, we help patients of all ages with their dental health issues. Gaps In Your Smile? Some

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