2014

Can't Afford Dental Implants? What Are Your Options?

Whether you're currently dealing with a failing dental bridge, partial bridge, crown (or just missing a tooth or two), you may be investigating dental implants as an option to help permanently restore your smile and avoid the need for future dentures. However, these implants can be expensive -- running from $1,500 to $7,500 or more -- and are often not covered by dental or medical insurance. If you can't afford to pay for these implants out of pocket, what are your options?

5 Dental Specialists You Should Know About

Throughout your life you are going to be visiting the dentist quite often. You already know what a dentist does, but there are a number of specialized dental professionals that you might have to deal with at some point. Here are a few specialized dental professionals that you might encounter at some point in your life. Endodontist These dentists are the ones that specialize in diagnosing and treatment for various diseases and procedures with the root of your tooth, or the actual pulp of the tooth.