02/05/2010  |  
Posted in dental implants
The Role Your Biology Plays in Implantology

There is no debating the importance of having a skilled dental professional who specializes in dental implants to replace missing teeth permanently. However, are you aware of the important role your personal biology has in the procedure? For example, you must have enough bone for implants to be anchored in successfully. And if you have thicker gum tissue, your results may be better because thicker tissue types are more forgiving and have less show through of certain implant components than thinner gum tissue types. On a positive note, both bone and gum tissue can be created with innovative grafting techniques for optimal implant results. In addition to the expertise, it requires artistry.

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