Improving Smiles And The Quality Of Life With Dental Implants On “In Depth” With Laurence Fishburne

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The program will highlight specialization in dental implants and experts within the field of dentistry.

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The program will also discuss the impact of the current coronavirus pandemic on the dental industry, and the outlook for a resumption of normal dental services.

Hollywood’s Laurence Fishburne is best known for his performances in blockbuster hits, such "Contagion” and the “John Wick” series. The actor, producer, and director wields an equally impressive and varied skillset. Fishburne is lends those talents as host to the educational program “In Depth". The program interviews industry experts about a wide array of topics that impact viewers across the country. An upcoming episode with feature dental professionals discussing how dental implants can improve lives.

Over half of Americans feel a sense of insecurity about their smile. Missing or crooked teeth, or discolored teeth from previous injuries, can impact a person’s confidence. Dental implants, a procedure where implants are placed surgically into jawbone, can fix prior mouth issues. These types of implants can replace missing teeth, which can improve mouth function and appearance. Also, they can enhance smiles and the ability to chew and bite. Additionally, implants can correct and preserve the spacing and position of surrounding natural teeth, as well as preserve jaw bone.

Dental implants have the unique ability to enhance the quality of life for numerous individuals. “In Depth” will explore in greater detail the positive impact dental implants have on the lives of many in the impending episode. The program will also discuss the impact of the current coronavirus pandemic on the dental industry, and the outlook for a resumption of normal dental services.

“In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne is carefully reviewed before broadcast. The educational show has received multiple Tellys for its efforts.

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