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Dr. Ron’s Blog

At New Albany Implants, we believe keeping patients involved and educated is important. This blog features bits and pieces about dentistry to keep you informed on the things that we, too, have recently learned. Please browse through the different posts and check regularly if you would like to learn more about what we do, and other interesting things about dentistry and relevant topics.

Experience With Dental Implant Placement Is Important [video]

Dr. Ron Receveur has a passion for dental implants and restorative dentistry. This grew from his own experiences as a child, and it shapes everything we do at our dentist office in New Albany, IN. In today’s video, Dr. Ron discusses the importance of experience in placing dental implants for you, the patient. He also...
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Long-Lasting, Natural-Looking Dental Bridges

Losing teeth is never easy for anyone. It can affect different people in different ways, but some concerns come up over and over again. Many people feel self-conscious, even embarrassed, by the gaps in their smiles. Many people feel frustrated that they can no longer eat foods that they enjoy. And some people feel ashamed...
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‘I Can Eat Anything I Want To Eat Now’ [video]

Betty Risley first came to New Albany Implants about 25 years ago. As you can hear her explain, Betty had bad teeth since she was a little girl. As a result, she had all her upper teeth pulled when she was in her early 20s. She lived for a while with her old teeth replacement....
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Stop Fighting With Loose-Fitting Dentures!

If you have dentures, then you may be familiar with these problems … ➤ You want to go out to eat but you have to decide if you want to use a denture adhesive (which interferes with the taste of your food) or severely limit what you can eat. ➤ Plus, your dentures adhesive doesn’t...
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How Well Do You Know Teeth Replacement? [quiz]

Adults can have up to 32 teeth. Since most people will have their wisdom teeth removed, that still leaves 28 teeth for most people. Yet, the average American adult between the ages of 20 and 64 has 26.9 teeth, according to the National Institutes of Health. In other words, the average American is missing at...
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A Single Tooth Replacement Could Be Just What You Need [video]

Tooth loss is not just something that happens when people get older. It can happen to anyone at any age because of injuries, accidents, and poor oral hygiene. In fact, the American College of Prosthodontists reports that single-tooth replacements are the most common restorative procedure and that millions of dental implant-supported crowns are placed every...
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Get Big Results With Mini Dental Implants

There’s nothing better to us than seeing our patients’ smiles. We are fortunate to be able to see people smile — real, genuine smiles — sometimes for the first time in years after they complete a tooth replacement procedure in our New Albany, IN, dentist office. And thanks to mini dental implants, we are able...
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Rebuilding Lives One Smile At A Time [video]

We get to meet a lot of amazing people at New Albany Implants, people like Kathy Welch. In the video below, you can hear her story. You can also hear how we were able to help her eat without pain and to help her regain confidence in her smile. We want you to know that...
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The Benefits Of Sedation Dentistry [infographic]

When Dr. Ron Receveur opened his own dentist office in New Albany, IN, he insisted on three things. His practice would be convenient, pain-free, and quick. He wanted patients to be able to get the service they needed, whether that was a dental cleaning or a full-mouth reconstruction with dental implants. He wanted his patients...
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No Foolin’: Dental Implants From Start To Finish In One Place

XToday may be April Fools Day, but we are completely serious about what we are about to tell you. At New Albany Implants, we can handle your teeth replacement process from start to finish. You won’t have to run from our dentist office to a specialist’s office and then back for follow-up visits. You can...
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