Why Choose Mini Dental Implants?

Are you missing some teeth and wonder what’s the best and most permanent way to restore your smile and function. Consider mini dental implants. They will look, work, and feel just like historical, traditional implants do but here are more reasons you should go for them.

Considering that 140 million Americans have lost at least one tooth and 40 Million have lost all of their teeth in their lifetime, you shouldn’t feel awkward or stressed when you have one or several missing teeth. Even if you want all the teeth replaced, it can be done successfully and your smile restored through mini dental implants.

Mini dental implants are quick to place. It’s a same-day procedure carried out at the dentist’s office under local anesthesia, unlike regular implants that take months to install. You can use your teeth the same day thanks to a temporary tooth the dentist will cover the implant with, although you may experience some sensitivity for a few days.

If you don’t have enough bone mass or time for the additional healing required when having a regular dental implant, go for the mini dental implants. They are also more affordable, sometimes costing even half of the traditional implants’ cost and less invasive. The best part is, you take care of the implants just the same way you do the natural teeth. Use a fluoride toothpaste, then brush twice a day and floss once, while ensuring you visit your dentist as you would for regular cleanings.

Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA - The Van Meter Hall inside the Western Kentucky University

About Bowling Green, Kentucky

Bowling Green, Kentucky, lies 105km (65miles) northeast of Nashville along the Barren River. It is a home rule-class city and the county seat of Kentucky’s Warren County. In 2019, it was named the third most populated city in the United States with 70,543 people.  Bowling Green was founded in 1798, and during the American Civil War, it was the provisional capital of Confederate Kentucky.

The name Bowling Green came up at the first county commissioners’ meeting in 1798. The name was derived from Bowling Green square in New York City, where at the time, a statue of King George III had been pulled down, and the lead was utilized in making bullets used during the American Revolution.

Moving forward to the 21st century, Bowling Green has seen the establishment of many industrial plants. Fruits of the Loom and General Motors have manufacturing plants here. Since 1981, Chevrolet Corvettes has done all of its manufacturing from the Bowling Green Assembly Plant. Bowling Green also boasts of having the second-largest public university in the entire state, Western Kentucky University. Bowling Green has over the years risen to be a commercial hub attracting mega-companies. It’s the region’s leader in commerce and medicine.

Bowling Green is not a boring city, and there is much to do for outdoor lovers. There is the Basil Griffin, a vast pond that houses migratory birds, including ducks and geese, if you love nature. It also has disc golf, a picnic area, a playground, and sports fields. Other places of interest include Aviation Heritage Park, C.W. Lampkin, Fort Webb, Fountain Square, among many others. Eight hundred ninety-five acres of public land were reserved for recreational use. E.A. Diddle Arena, built-in 1963 and found inside Western Kentucky University, offers the largest sports and events arena. It can accommodate 7500 people.  The stadium has hosted local and state sports events over the years.