What do Full Mouth Dental Implants Cost?

In the US, the cost of one dental implant can range from $1,500 to $6,000. The average cost is $4,000. If every tooth in your mouth needs replacing, 28 implants could cost you $112,000 if you pay $4,000 for each one. Continue reading

Dental Implant Reviews

The reviews are in; Dr. John Stone is the best in town. If you need dental implants, you don’t want the second best; you need the best. We know there’s conflicting information out there about where to go. Don’t just … Continue reading

How Much Do All-on-Four Dental Implants Cost?

All-on-Four dental implants are a new dental technology that gives you the advantage of implants without the cost of individually replacing damaged teeth. Four implants are placed on the top of the mouth and four on the bottom, anchoring permanent dentures Continue reading

What Are Fractured Tooth Symptoms?

Are you feeling erratic pain when chewing, especially when you relax your bite? Continue reading

Should I Get Bridges or Implants?

There are many decisions you’ll need to make regarding your long-term oral health, and one of the first is what type of procedure you need done. If you’re missing a tooth, a bridge or an implant are two of your … Continue reading

Find a Prosthodontist Who is Right for You

If you have dental work that needs to last, look, and feel right, you need to find a prosthodontist who is right for you. Continue reading

How to Find the Best Dental Implant Prices

The average cost of dental implants is a bit like the average cost of a car. There’s such a big difference between a cheap subcompact and a luxury SUV that the “average price” can become pretty meaningless. Continue reading

Chipped Veneer Tooth

Veneers, especially porcelain veneers, are one of the best and most cost-effective ways to improve your smile. Veneers are especially good for people with discolored or uneven teeth Continue reading

How Much Do Composite Veneers Cost?

Many people have gaps in their teeth and other noticeable imperfections. In terms of restorative work, there’s very little any prosthodontist can do about these issues. But these individuals have some options, mostly in the form of dental veneers. Veneers … Continue reading

All on Four Implants in Fort Lauderdale

Many people are surprised to learn that a third of people over 65 are missing all their teeth. Most folks this age are still very active, and a toothless smile really slows them down. Continue reading

What You Need to Know About Chipped or Broken Tooth Caps

Most people know that chipped or broken teeth caps are unsightly and embarrassing. But many people do not know that these problems are not just cosmetic issues. Cracked and broken teeth are the third leading cause of tooth loss. Cracked … Continue reading

When Should I See Dr. Stone for Cracked Tooth Repair?

Broken bones, broken skin, and broken hearts can eventually heal on their own, at least in most cases. But broken or cracked teeth never heal on their own. Continue reading

Mini Dental Implants in Ft. Lauderdale

When dental implants first appeared in the 1960s, many dental patients with broken or missing teeth thought that things could not get better. Prosthodontists refined techniques and materials over the next few decades, and a good thing got even better. … Continue reading

Broken Tooth Pain Relief

Statistically, dental emergencies, like broken teeth, account for less than 2% of all emergency room visits. But considering that over 135 million people go to an emergency room each year, that’s a lot of dental visits. Continue reading

Full Mouth Teeth Implants

Using advanced tools and techniques, Dr. Stone can give you a full set of implants which rest on only four titanium posts. That’s the least invasive, most permanent, and most cost-effective solution available. Continue reading

Dental Crown Costs

Over a third of the people in Ft. Lauderdale have a cracked or broken tooth or filling. In these situations, Dr. Stone usually recommends the most conservative and least costly treatment available which also offers a permanent or long-lasting solution. … Continue reading

The Average Cost and Other Important Facts About All-on-Four Dental Implants

The American College of Prosthodontists says, “According to epidemiological studies, it is estimated that 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth and about 40 million Americans are missing all of their teeth. As we age, the problem gets … Continue reading

FAQs: Insurance & Dental Veneers

Today’s dental veneers are much better than the ones from a hundred years ago. Modern veneers, like the DaVinci Veneers which Dr. Stone uses, last between ten and twenty years. Continue reading

How is a Cracked Tooth Repaired?

120 million Americans have had at least one cracked tooth. Trauma injuries cause most broken teeth, because teeth are designed to take the brunt of a blow to the mouth. So, instead of a serious head injury, the person has … Continue reading

What’s the Difference Between a Tooth Bridge and an Implant?

Patients suffering from tooth loss have a number of options, such as tooth bridges or implants. These procedures are not just cosmetic. Missing or broken teeth accelerate bone loss, breed bacteria, and create excess pressure on remaining teeth. Continue reading