Most people now know that dental implants are the best way to replace a tooth. Heck, Dr. Brown decided to name his practice after them way back in 1985! But do you know their history? Let the implant pros at Implant Dentistry of Florida give you a little historical tour of the incredible dental implant. They’re […]
Now that the holidays are over, you’ve probably put away all of your fancy porcelain serving bowls and dinner plates. That’s always a bummer. But January in Melbourne doesn’t have to be a downer. Why not make this the time to get out some other porcelain? At Implant Dentistry of Florida, Dr. Brown and our
Dental implants have become pretty commonplace in the last decade or two. Due to this relatively new attention, people think implants are a new thing. Truth be told, implants were first introduced to modern dentistry over 50 years ago. Actually, they’ve been around far longer than that; you just wouldn’t call those early versions very
As we covered in another blog, if you’re missing a tooth you aren’t doing your oral health any favors by leaving the gap. The question is how you should replace a missing tooth? You can have a bridge span the gap, anchored on each side with crowns. You can have a partial denture, particularly if
Every person missing one or more teeth should have dental implants to replace those missing teeth. Dental implants are without an equal in the world of dental prosthetics. They look exactly like a natural tooth. They function just like a natural tooth because they are anchored into the jawbone, just like a natural tooth. You can eat
Many people are missing a tooth or a few teeth. The American Dental Association estimates that 69% of Americans between the ages of 35 and 44 are missing at least a single tooth. And if you think that’s eye opening, check this — 25% of Americans over age 74 are missing all of their teeth.
Dental implants have become a ubiquitous part of the dental landscape, continually increasing in popularity over the past 15 years or so. People think this relatively recent success means that implants are a new thing, but dental implants in one form or another have been around quite awhile. Since Drs. Brown and Vaughn work with