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Dental implants

Let’s Talk About Your Smile! Schedule A Dental Implant Consultation

What’s the first step in getting a tooth implant? It’s not an X-ray. It’s not an exam. It’s an informative, low-key consultation with St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville. We Are Proud Of Our Success While you are here, you can evaluate photos of dental implant patients. You know what they say…a picture is worth a thousand

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Are Dental Implants Experimental?

Dental implants are tooth replacement marvels that have been placed in millions of people. They look and function just like the real thing, and are available at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville. Technically, dental implants are not replacement teeth. The actual implant is a titanium post that is inserted into your jaw. In a few

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What Does A Missing Tooth Say About You?

When you meet someone who is missing a front tooth, what does that say to you? Do you start making assumptions about them? It isn’t fair, but we are often judged by appearance. A missing front tooth can be addressed with a dental implant from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville. A dental implant is a

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Live Better With Dental Implants

Ill-fitting dentures can result in more issues for denture wearers than they solve. If you live with loose dentures, you probably regard them as a necessary evil. Dental implants from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville are a superior option. Though traditional dentures are better than nothing, in practical terms they leave much to be desired.

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Is A Tooth Implant The Same As A Dental Crown?

What’s the difference between a dental implant and a crown? It can be confusing. They can be combined in one procedure. And both can be used with other dental restorations. At St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville, we’re using this space to explain the difference. 1. A dental implant can serve as a foundation for a

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Are Dental Implants An Option If I Have Receding Gums?

Dentists have to make a lot of judgment calls. Implant dentists are no exception. A dental implant specialist must identify which patients are good candidates for implant surgery. At St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville, dental implants have a high success rate. A key consideration before moving forward with a dental implant procedure is whether the

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Why It’s Crucial To Replace Missing Back Teeth

Some people who lose a back tooth wonder whether to replace it. After all, it doesn’t show when you smile and there are other teeth to take over the chewing functions. Why not avoid the expense to replace it and save some money? At St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD, we believe there are very

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Are Dental Implants Worth It?

Are dental implants from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD worth the investment? Absolutely! A dental implant is a permanent tooth replacement that looks, feels and functions like a natural tooth. The dental implant itself is a metal post that is surgically placed in the patient’s jaw. Usually made of titanium, it serves as a replacement

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Avoid Bone Deterioration Following Extraction

In this post from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD, we will talk about jaw bone health, and how dental implants can protect you against bone loss. To remain healthy and dense, your jaw bone needs to be constantly stimulated by the pressure of chewing, biting, and talking. Each tooth has a root structure the

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A Smile Like A Precious Gem

Would you like a brilliant smile? St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville can help. Cosmetic dentistry is a blend of science and artistry that can make positive changes to your smile, in both form and function. If you are missing one or more teeth, ask us about dental implant. These are titanium posts surgically implanted in

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