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The Benefits of Dental Implants

Question #1: What is a dental implant & when are implants used?

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Question 1: What are dental x-rays and why are they so important?

Dr. Singh: Dental X-rays (radiographs) are images of your teeth that your dentist uses to evaluate your oral health. These X-rays are very low levels of radiation used to generate images, thereby allowing us to view areas under the gums and bone. Dental X-rays may seem complex, but they’re actually very common tools that are as important as your teeth cleanings. They can be useful for numerous things, such as:

·         Decay – decay between teeth is often not visible

·         Recurrent decay – new decay under old fillings

·         Bone loss—an x-ray will tell us the location, degree and severity of the bone loss

·         Infections—look for infections around roots and inside bone

·         Teeth—detects defects in teeth, presence and positions of teeth, impacted or extra teeth;

·         Pathology – detects cysts, tumors or other abnormalities

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Question: I’ve heard this term thrown around a lot but I still don’t exactly understand how this systemic link effects me and my oral health. Why is it so important?

Dr. Singh: The systemic link is the connection between your oral health and your overall bodily health. Your good or bad oral health can be connected to your increased risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes and more. If you don’t take care of your oral health, you’re essentially damaging and overlooking your general health as well. They both go hand in hand, if you keep a healthy mouth, you’ll have a healthier body.

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