Mini Dental Implants

Oct 31, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: PR-inside.com

While traditional size dental implants are generally considered the most effective solution to replace missing teeth, this option is not for everyone.

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steve

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Nov 10, 2012
 

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Mini dental implants can help some folks but they often don't hold up - especially in the upper arch. I recommend getting regular dental implants for anyone who is unhappy wearing regular dentures.
jessesToons

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Nov 14, 2012
 

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Its nice to read up on this article. I new that a lot people get and can have dental implants, but mini ones I had no idea about them and how now just everyone can have them. It was a fun read. I think my mom would really like to read up on this article, thanks for sharing! http://www.archdental.ca/toronto/services.asp
billshields

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I like the idea of smaller ( http://www.drsandstrom.com/cosmetic-dentistry... ) dental implants. It would make them so much more concealable. Plus, no one here in Phoenix would say anything anymore about my teeth being screwed up.
EmmaCay

South Jordan, UT

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Jan 14, 2013
 

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Thanks for your input. I been meaning to get some dental implants in the Mesa area. I know I have to get some work done, the real question is how much. I think I might look into these mini implants. http://www.dentalimplantstempe.com/Procedures...
EmmaCay

South Jordan, UT

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Thanks for sharing. I would really like to learn more about dental implants. My grandmother got her's done in Calgary. http://www.mybite.ca/implants.htm
bradhoss

South Jordan, UT

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Mini ( http://www.hugodentalcare.com ) dental implants? I wouldn't mind those. Pretty sure they'd be a big hit in Hugo too.
jessesToons

Columbus, OH

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Thanks for sharing this article, its been a really fun read. I haven't had much experience dealing with hdental implants Calgary before. My mom was in an accident a month ago and has been talking about getting some work done on her teeth for it. Thanks again for sharing, its helped a lot! http://www.abougoushdental.com/en/cosmetic_an...
Jason Strong

Walla Walla, WA

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Apr 2, 2013
 
I really appreciate this! I've been looking around everywhere trying to find a place that can do dental implants, but I have no idea what makes a good dentist and what doesn't. I found this and www.archdental.ca as insightful places. Thanks for sharing!
staceybeck01

Columbus, OH

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Apr 2, 2013
 
I agree. My sister got regular dental implants in Ottawa http://drblackwood.ca/ and I got the mini ones and have had a lot more problems than her. If I do it again I'm just going big.

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Apr 17, 2013
 
I personally feel these are just temporary solutions and does not stick for a longer period. So its best to get complete dental implants so that you could stay out of the hospital for the remaining lifetime.
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Anonymous

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Feb 7, 2014
 
Dental implants are amazing and such a boost to not just your health, but your quality of life, too. http://cerritosdentalsurgery.com/cerritos-den...
Sandy

Albuquerque, NM

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Feb 7, 2014
 
I have considered mini implants for my lower denture and have had some small conversations about it with my dentist. He said that he is not a fan of the minis although we haven't gotten into why this is. At some point I do plan to inquire further because some implants are in my future for my lower denture. The top doesn't present problems so far. The minis are cheeper, and less complicated, which has been my primary interest in them. I trust my dentist, and he is an expert at implants and dentures, so in the end I'll go with what he suggests. He has mentioned to me that it is possible to use 1 or 2 implants as an anchor for lower dentures. It just depends on the situation. We haven't discussed price because I'm only a little over a month into full dentures, and am still in the healing phase. I'll cross that bridge when I get to it. It gives me a chance to explore my options, talk with my dentist a lot more, and then make an informed decision.

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San Francisco, CA

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#25
Mar 21, 2014
 
I recently had 4 mini implants in lower jaw. After the swelling went down and the ridge seems to have shrunk the implants appear to high above the gum. Is this normal and can they be screwed down even further?

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