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  1. Arti says:

    Leonard Umanoff analyzes the quality and quantity of your bone using an advanced cone beam CT scan. Without enough healthy bone, there is a risk your dental implants won’t be able to bond with your jawbone and instead could fail. When you visit any of our LuxDen dental implant clinics,  Dr. Dental implants must be surrounded with a specific amount of strong, healthy bone that they can gradually fuse with and which will hold them firmly in place. Luckily, tooth bone loss is reversible.

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