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David G. Hochberg, DDS | President of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID)

On October 14, 2017, the gavel was passed on to Dr. Hochberg as he became the newly elected President of the AAID. Implantology, the placement and restoration of dental implants, is a specialized area of dentistry that has enhanced the quality of life for millions. With continual advancements in technology and techniques over the past […]

AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL DENTURES: NOBEL BIOCARE’S ALL-ON-4 ® TREATMENT CONCEPT

AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL DENTURES: NOBEL BIOCARE’S ALL-ON-4 ® TREATMENT CONCEPT The month of August had been designated “National Dental Implant Month” making this a perfect time to raise awareness of how dental implants can enhance the quality of patients’ lives. A treatment solution offered by Colony Square Dental Associates, dental implants serve to replace […]

How do I know if I have a cracked tooth?

Even if you maintain your oral health, teeth can become damaged by cracks and fractures. You bite into something hard – Did I crack my tooth? You look in the mirror and see lines down the center of your teeth – Are my teeth breaking? How do I know if my tooth needs treatment? These are […]

What is the difference between a Dental Crown and a Dental Implant Crown?

Many patients have asked what the distinction is between a normal dental crown (many years ago referred to as a ‘cap’) and a dental implant crown. A traditional dental crown is supported by a natural tooth’s root structure. It is often recommended when a significant portion of the visible tooth is no longer healthy, due to disease or decay, in order to maintain the natural tooth in place.