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3 Things Women with Osteoporosis Should Know About Dental Implants

October 29, 2017

Senior woman in the dental office.As we age, our bodies change, and one change experienced by many women in the US is the development of osteoporosis. Research is being conducted into early indicators of this chronic illness that leads to a slow diminishment in the density of the skeletal structure. As the bone density decreases, patients can experience numerous health and mobility issues. Women are almost twice as likely to suffer from osteoporosis as men. If you suffer from osteoporosis and you’ve experienced advanced tooth loss, you may think that dental implants are not an option to renew your smile, but recent studies indicate that patients with osteoporosis may have excellent implant success with proper treatment.
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Dental implants increase quality of life, patients say

February 5, 2016

dentist lenexa ksAs your trusted family dental practice, there are some things we’ll never get tired of hearing. One of those is how patient lives are transformed by dental implants — because we know that to go from living with an incomplete smile to having all your strong, beautiful teeth once again is a powerful thing. In fact, dental implants are by far the best option in tooth replacement. Keep reading to learn more about the treatment from your dentist in Leawood, KS, Dr. Ayer.

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How Will I Benefit from my Root Canal in Leawood, KS?

December 3, 2015

root canal lenexa ksIf we conducted a dental poll with our patients regarding their oral care, there’s no doubt about one thing: the most dreaded dental procedure would definitely be a root canal in Leawood, KS. It’s funny, though, because anyone who’s ever had root canal therapy knows that the actual procedure is nothing compared to the pain of the original toothache. In fact, a root canal procedure is a relatively fast, simple treatment that restores your tooth to its original strength. Learn more about the treatment from Dr. Ayer today!

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