What is a chipped dental implant?

Business Insider’s Tom Kloza has an in-depth breakdown of chipped dentures.

If you’re wondering what a chipping implant is, this is the answer.

Chipped denture is an implant that has a hole punched through it.

When a chip is inserted into the denture, it creates a gap in the chip that allows water to drain out.

A hole in the tooth is called a root.

When the chip is removed, the root fills in.

The problem is that the chip can also cause the tooth to rot.

It is also not a permanent solution.

Chipped teeth are very sensitive to heat and humidity, and can break when they get too hot.

Chipping can be a pain, and dentures are not made to last forever.

Here’s how to tell if your chipped teeth need to be replaced.

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