Socket Preservation 101: What Works?
Once we realize that a tooth is going to be lost, there are a variety of methods and materials to help with socket preservation.Jeff Lineberry | 4 years ago ›
Using Digital Guides to Replace a Missing Tooth with an Implant
Precise placement and exact execution are critical to a successful implant-based restoration. Learn how to utilize digital surgical guides to ensure a...Jeff Lineberry | 5 years ago ›
Just the Basics Please, Part I: Implant Parts and Pieces 101
Part 1 in a series of articles by Dr. Jeff Lineberry to help dentists feel more comfortable about dental...Jeff Lineberry | 6 years ago ›
Implant Size: Does It Matter, and How Big IS Enough?
The next time you see limited bone and think that there is not enough bone or that it won't work because the implants will be too small, you may want...Jeff Lineberry | 7 years ago ›
Possible Risk Factor for Implant Placement
When it comes to looking at the possibility of implant placement, there are several things that we must consider, from the implant site itself to our...Jeff Lineberry | 7 years ago ›
Treatment Planning 101: Part III
In Part I and Part II of this series, I discussed what research is showing us about periodontal disease; how it impacts the overall longevity of our patients'...Jeff Lineberry | 8 years ago ›
Treatment Planning 101: Part II
In the first article of this series, I began to discuss treatment planning and the importance of knowing how research can and should impact our treatment...Jeff Lineberry | 8 years ago ›
Even with advancements in modern dentistry, tooth extraction is still a common procedure that is completed. In some cases, it is the only choice that...Jeff Lineberry | 8 years ago ›
Is Food Wreaking Havoc on Your Implants?
Over the years I have noticed sometimes after placing and restoring implants—especially on lower posterior areas—that the proximal contacts seemed to open up...Jeff Lineberry | 8 years ago ›
As a father, one of the most common questions I get from my two boys is 'Why?' Why this, why that, why me, why now – and the list goes on. Sometimes...Jeff Lineberry | 10 years ago ›