How to Deal with Wisdom Tooth Pain?


Wisdom teeth may not be as painful as a root canal treatment, but they come close. These sets of up to four are called third molars and are the last to materialize. After we stop growing, these molars move up our jaw until they finally emerge, usually by 25, but they can also emerge after. Book [...]

How to Deal with Wisdom Tooth Pain?2022-10-26T14:01:24+00:00

Zygomatic Implants and Their Advantages Explained


Zygoma implants were introduced in 1998 by a Swedish physician called Per-Ingvar Brånemark. Also known as the father of modern dental implantology, Brånemark proposed an alternative to traditional dental implants that Advanced Dentistry Center is only too happy to pay forward. Please keep reading to know what these implants are like and learn about their benefits. What are [...]

Zygomatic Implants and Their Advantages Explained2022-09-27T17:26:09+00:00

A Guide to the Subperiosteal Implant Procedure


Suppose you find out that you aren’t a good candidate for an endosteal post due to insufficient jawbone or a partial or complete loss of back teeth. In that case, your dentist in Bingham Farms will likely recommend subperiosteal implants. In today’s blog, Advanced Dentistry Center brings you an overview of this procedure and more. What is [...]

A Guide to the Subperiosteal Implant Procedure2022-09-27T17:26:19+00:00

Are Endosteal Implants Right for You? Here’s What You Need to Know


Endosteal dental implants are the most popular in the US and are quite sought-after at Advanced Dentistry Center. These implants involve titanium screws—as roots—placed inside the recipient's jawbone to hold the replacement tooth. Keep reading to know the stages of an endosteal implant procedure involves and whether it's the right option for you. Consult Our Dentist in Royal Oak, MI [...]

Are Endosteal Implants Right for You? Here’s What You Need to Know2022-09-27T17:17:05+00:00

TMJ Disorder Treatments


Did you know around 12% of Americans experience TMJ disorders at least once in their life? TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint, and these joints are situated on both sides of the face. Moreover, these joints connect the jawbone's lower part to the skull, helping us chew. However, TMJ disorder can trigger painful symptoms such as jaw [...]

TMJ Disorder Treatments2022-07-07T10:46:50+00:00

Getting a Dental Filling? Here Are 4 Things You Need to Know


A dental filling is one of the most common dental procedures performed across the world. This is a routine procedure that’s done to save the natural tooth and improve oral health. If you’re planning to get a dental filling, here’s all you need to know before going to the dentist. Why Get a Dental Filling? [...]

Getting a Dental Filling? Here Are 4 Things You Need to Know2022-07-07T10:42:15+00:00

Top TMJ Disorder FAQs Answered


According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, an estimated 10 million Americans suffer from TMJ disorder. Despite the high prevalence of this condition, many people don’t know about it. This is a major reason why it often goes undiagnosed and untreated, Here are some of the most common FAQs about TMJ Disorder [...]

Top TMJ Disorder FAQs Answered2022-07-07T10:31:58+00:00

The Ultimate Guide to Dental Crowns


Are you embarrassed about your damaged teeth? Your dentist might suggest getting dental crowns to cover them. Dental crowns are tooth-colored prosthetics used to cap a damaged tooth. Once a dental crown is positioned, it can strengthen the tooth, improving the overall appearance. Without further ado, let's learn more about dental crowns. How Do Dental [...]

The Ultimate Guide to Dental Crowns2022-07-01T17:36:47+00:00
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