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What is the process of tooth implantation for Buffalo patients?

When patients have experienced natural tooth loss, they have a variety of options available when it comes to restoring their smile. Dental bridges, partial dentures, and dental implants are all solutions to this concern. However, Dr. Kent of the Smile Center will often steer his patients in the direction of

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What are Alternatives to Dental Implants?

Many patients consider dental implants when wanting to address a missing tooth or teeth. They may find that dental implants are the best restoration for the money, and can provide a permanent solution to their lost natural teeth. However, dental implants are not for everyone. Some patients may not be

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The procedure for dental implants in Buffalo

Keeping your smile healthy and beautiful is our priority at The Smile Center in Buffalo. We want you to keep your natural teeth for your entire lifetime. Unfortunately, conditions such as decay, disease, or injury can cause you to lose your adult teeth. When this happens, there is no need

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Dental implant procedure from Dr. Gorden Kent in Buffalo NY

Buffalo, NY dentist discusses the dental implant procedure

If you are missing teeth, it’s important to find a solution. Without a full set of teeth, your oral health could be in jeopardy. Dental implants have become popular for restoring missing teeth because they preserve bone integrity and gum health. If you’ve lost teeth, you can contact Smile Center

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Full mouth dental implants from dentist in Buffalo

Discover the best full mouth dental implants in Buffalo

Tooth loss detracts from your smile. The appearance changes by having a gap in place of a missing tooth. Functionally, your teeth may shift causing your bite to change. Losing a tooth can be a traumatic experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Let Dr. Gordon Kent and the professional

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