Topics include both the surgical placement as well as the restoration of implants. Since the purpose of this website is educational, input is encouraged in the form of questions, comments or email. I hope you find the information in this website useful to you in your quest to better inform yourself about your dental implant options.
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Carlos Boudet, DDS, DICOI
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Question: My gums were burned using a strong bleaching agent, I sent you my pictures, can you tell me what my options are? Answer: Dear Anonymous: From the fotos you sent me I can tell that you already had lost some bone and the gums had receded (the crown on your upper left lateral looked longer than normal in the picture of your teeth before the damage. What exactly did…
Question: I have very few teeth left and I am loosing all my teeth. Are Implants my Best option? What are my options? Answer: Ok, I will try to explain all your options, from the simplest and least expensive, to the more expensive and comfortable option. Complete Dentures – You can get complete dentures, but this option is the least desireable by todays standards, since it limits the kind of…
How does one choose which dentist or specialist to go for dental implant surgery?
Look into the credentials held by the dentist, and obtain good sound treatment planning before any surgical procedure.
Treatment for an ailing dental implant (an implant that has infection and bone loss)
Question I am going to lose one of my two front teeth. It has a failed root canal and the root is cracked. Also it looks a lot longer than the other. I was told I need an implant, but I am afraid that after I get the implant, the tooth will look longer still. What can I do? Thanks in advance for your help. G G Answer: Dear G…
Question from Anonymous: I had a root canal retreatment on tooth #3. About 2-3 weeks after that, a bump developed on the gum above the treated tooth (there was no bump pre-op). The endodontist suspects the MB root is cracked and suggests root amputation. But he said there is chance it is not cracked and only apicoectomy will be needed. There is deep pocket on the gum in question, therefore…