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As Good As New: A Consumer's Guide to Dental Implants

Until fairly recently, the millions of people each year who suffered from tooth loss had few options for ever again speaking, chewing, and smiling without self-consciousness. Many believed dental implants were nothing more than a dangerous fad, still in the early stages of experimentation.

In his informative new book, As Good As New: A Consumer’s Guide to Dental Implants, Charles A. Babbush, D.D.S., M.Sc.D., has cut through the clutter of confusion surrounding the safety and reliability of dental implants. Dr. Babbush, who is one of the leading dental implant surgeons in the world, says that implants routinely restore natural function to millions of people. The personal anecdotes throughout the book affirm for anyone who is missing teeth the improvement in quality of life that implant dentistry has to offer.

In this easy-to-read, patient-friendly guide, you’ll:

*Discover whether you would make a good candidate for implants and how to find the right implant doctor; *Understand what will happen below and above your gums, as well as what to do if you need more than implants; *Find out what to do if something goes wrong; *Learn how to live with your new implants.

This a must-read for anyone who is a potential candidate for implants, as well as for dentists who are interested in becoming involved in implant reconstruction.

About the Author:

Charles A. Babbush, D.D.S., M.Sc.D., is one of the leading dental implant surgeons in the world. His distinguished career includes teaching positions at 3 premier universities across the world and 28 societal and academic offices and appointments. He has been the recipient of 9 grants and 13 research awards and authored or co-authored 40 publications, including 3 textbooks. As a highly sought-after speaker on may oral-care topics, he has lectured at more than 750 seminars, workshops, and clinics over the last 35 years.

The father of four and grandfather of six, Dr. Babbush resides in Ohio with his wife Sandra.