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
If you have bad breath regularly, then you will of course want to do everything in your power to put that bad breath in your past. Bad breath can leave you feeling self-conscious about getting too close to other people, and this can be a real hindrance, especially if you work in a field that requires you to be close to others, such as the medical field. Learn about 4 things you can do to help combat this issue by reading this article.
15 December 2016
Tooth pain can be terribly debilitating, preventing you not only from eating, but from engaging in basic activities like work and athletics. If your tooth is painful, it's important to call your dentist so he or she can get to the bottom of what's causing the pain. Here's a look at some likely culprits. Cavities Cavities don't usually cause pain when they're really small, but if they're not detected early, they erode all of the way through the tooth enamel and start exposing the nerves in your tooth.
29 November 2016
Having to get a new crown applied to one of your teeth is a very common situation, but it can also be a bit inconvenient as well due to how long it can take to complete the procedure. Most crown procedures will typically take several days or weeks to complete due to the fact that the dentist often has to wait for a dental lab to manufacture and ship the crown to him or her.
8 November 2016
When your child needs to have dental work done, especially when surgery is involved, it will be very unnerving for everyone. Thankfully, there are sedation dentistry techniques that can help relieve that anxiety and fear your child may be experiencing. One technique is to use nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas. But is it a safe form of sedation dentistry for your child? Here is what you need to know.
20 October 2016
Dealing with dementia is one of the worst parts of caring for a loved one as they age. In addition to assisting them with basic needs, such as meals, cleaning ,and shopping, many caregivers also find themselves having to assist with personal hygiene tasks, such as ensuring their loved one changes their clothes, showers frequently and addresses their dental care needs. If your loved one wears dentures and is unable or unwilling to care for them properly, you may also need to assist them in caring for their dentures, as well as helping with other oral hygiene needs to ensure they enjoy the best possible dental health.
30 September 2016