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Choosing a Periodontist– What to Know

Periodontists spend additional years after dental school completing hands-on training. Find out the best way to choose a periodontist in today's blog.

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Can I get Dental Implants if I Have Gum Disease?

Find out if it is possible to get dental implants if you have gum disease in today's blog.

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What You Need to Know About Tooth Extractions

Sometimes a painful tooth has to be removed. Learn all about tooth extractions in today's blog post.

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Secure Your Dentures with Dental Implants in Pittsburgh, PA, Today!

Missing teeth? Dentures have been a solution for years, but with modern dentistry you can now turn to dental implants and implant supported dentures! Learn more here.

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What to Expect from Your Bone Grafting Treatment

Bone grafting may sound frightening, but it's actually a very common and routine dental procedure. Learn more about this process and what to expect here.

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Comparing Your Full Arch Tooth Replacement Options

When it comes to tooth replacement for missing teeth, you have options. Learn more about dental implants and dentures, here!

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The Benefits of Bone Grafting for Dental Implants

Bone grafting prior to dental implant placement for missing teeth can help ensure the success and longevity of your tooth replacement. Here's how it works.

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5 Steps of the Dental Implant Process

Have missing teeth and interested in dental implants? Learn 5 steps to the dental implant process here!

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The Benefits of a Sinus Lift for Dental Implants

Are you preparing for dental implants to replace your missing teeth? Learn why a sinus lift may be needed before the procedure.

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Start Doing These 3 Things to Prevent Tooth Loss

While many people are afflicted by tooth loss, it is an entirely preventable condition. Discover what you can do here.

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