Almost half the people in the United states are missing one or more teeth. Sports injuries alone knock out another two million teeth every year. A reliable technology exists that can help many of these individuals recover from the disaster of tooth loss. No longer an experimental procedure, dental implants are now a dependable and effective way for people to return to their original state of wholeness - eating, speaking, and smiling without feeling self-conscious. Dr. Babbush describes the entire process in easy-to-understand language, complete with success stories and numerous photographs, X-rays and illustrations. Highly recommended...q - Library Journal qAn upbeat, 'patient-friendly' guide... Full color photographs illustrate a quite practical discussion.q - Midwest Book ReviewA Consumera#39;s Guide to Dental Implants Charles A. Babbush. ity, Snow is a ... Somehow, a lifetime of dental problems had failed to prepare him for this ultimatum. Now 53, Snow ... At 15, Snow also was diagnosed with diabetes, a serious medical condition that typically increases the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. By the time he was in his 40s, all his remaining lower teeth had fractured at the gum line. ... aHe asked me why I didna#39;t do something to fix my teeth, a Snow recalls. aWellanbsp;...
|Title||:||As Good as New|
|Author||:||Charles A. Babbush|
|Publisher||:||RDR Books - 2006-08-01|