How Are Dental Implants Priced?

Categories: Dental implants
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Looking into the cost of dental implants and getting a simple answer can be frustrating. But at Neal C. Johnson DMD in Billings we have an explanation for that. We’re taking a moment to discuss why most dentistry sites don’t publish the cost of tooth implants. 1. The Math Might Come Out Higher Than it […]

Have Your Dessert!

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Do you have a sweet tooth? Join the club! No one confuses dessert with healthy food, but for many of our patients at Neal C. Johnson DMD in Billings, it’s not realistic to recommend avoiding sugary treats. If you fit that category, here is something useful to know: eating sweets at certain times is better […]

Bridging The Gap

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Do you have a missing tooth that is detracting from your otherwise nice teeth? Let Neal C. Johnson DMD in Billings fill the gap for you and help you get your brilliant smile back! A dental bridge could be the perfect solution. A bridge incorporates two or more crowns on either side of the gap […]

Tooth Implant Placement: Before, During, After

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Dental implants from Neal C. Johnson DMD in Billings are life-changing, because they look and function just like natural teeth. There are several stages involved in getting an  implant, and we’ll review them in  this article. Before the Procedure It begins with an exam and consultation. If you don’t have sufficient bone at the implant […]

If My Gums Bleed, Should I Stop Flossing?

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If your gums bleed when you floss your teeth, should you drop flossing from your dental health routine? We’re asked about this from time to time at Neal C. Johnson DMD in Billings. Our answer is short and sweet: “No!” Bleeding is probably a sign that you need to clean your teeth and gums more […]

Brush Up On Your Cavity Basics

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At Neal C. Johnson DMD in Billings, we see more cavities in our patients than we would like to. Cavities are far too common in the United States, and there is a tendency to consider them inevitable. Cavities happen when certain types of bacteria produce acids in the mouth. These acids destroy the enamel of […]