Having sensitive teeth can make it extremely uncomfortable for anything cold or hot to touch your teeth. It might also make you feel as though getting cosmetic dental procedures performed would be more trouble than it would for those with normal teeth. For example, tooth whitening is often uncomfortable for those who already have sensitive teeth, and the whitening process can leave them more sensitive. The good news is, dental veneers don't fall under this category.
20 September 2017
If you fell down the stairs and managed to knock out one of your teeth, you may be worried about what you should do. I mean, you don't want to permanently have a missing tooth. Taking care of your knocked out tooth is pretty easy to do, and as long as you do it correctly, the odds that your tooth will heal correctly are pretty good. Rinse it Off If there is any debris or dirt on your tooth, you want to gently rinse it off under lukewarm water.
27 August 2017
Whether you find out from your regular dentist that your child has to have braces or there are other issues affecting the shape of your child's smile, there is a pretty good chance that you will be referred to a pediatric orthodontist. Even though it is often assumed that these professionals are merely dentists who know how to straighten your child's teeth, these people are incredibly valuable, and you will definitely want to get familiar with them.
1 August 2017
As hard as you try, you probably won't be able to hold onto your natural teeth forever. There is only so much restoration and salvation work a dentist can do before a tooth is completely gone. If you want to know how you got from fillings to dental implants, here is the usual timeline. Dental Fillings The first step in losing your teeth almost always starts with cavities and dental fillings.
14 July 2017
Missing teeth can have major cosmetic repercussions for anyone. Despite missing teeth being a fairly common issue for individuals to experience, tooth replacement procedures are not particularly well known or understood. A dental bridge can be one of the most commonly used treatments for replacing missing teeth, and you may be more comfortable choosing this option once you know more about this particular solution. Will Your Remaining Teeth Need Any Modifications For The Bridge?
14 June 2017
Having your teeth professionally whitened is a great experience that can do a lot to boost your ego. However, it doesn't take long for stains and discoloration to begin creeping back in between the teeth. If you're tired of having your whitened teeth marred by a dark or yellowish color appearing between your teeth, follow these steps to remove it and prevent it from happening in the future, too. Why the Space Between Your Teeth Changes Colors
20 May 2017
Losing a tooth can be a deeply troubling experience. In addition to the intense pain and discomfort that people suffering from this problem may experience, it can also be a highly embarrassing problem to have if the missing tooth was in a visible location. Dental implants can help patients that are suffering from this problem, and in particular, there are three types of individuals that may benefit the most from choosing implants over bridges or dentures.
4 May 2017
If you have teeth that are darkened or yellowed, you may want to have them whitened. Depending on the reason for the dental discoloration, there are multiple ways to make your teeth whiter. Here are a few dental applications used to whiten the teeth: Teeth Bleaching Often, dental discoloration is caused by the foods and drinks that you ingest. Darkly colored fruits and vegetables are great for your body, but they also stain your teeth.
17 February 2017
It's not uncommon for an adult to look a tooth or two as they start to age. If you have lost one or more teeth and are looking at possible replacement options, you can't go wrong with getting a dental implant. Here are 3 reasons why dental implants are the best option for replacing a decayed tooth. It's The Most Natural Option Dental implants are designed to look just like regular teeth.
9 January 2017
Electric toothbrushes are generally a good choice for children. They can help to clear away plaque and bacteria better than traditional, manual brushes, and some children enjoy using an electric brush better than a manual brush. With that being said, however, it's important for parents to make sure that their children's toothbrushes are in good condition prior to use. Here are four tips for making sure your child's electric toothbrush is safe to use.
29 December 2016