If you've had dental implants for a long time but haven't had them restored, you could be one of those lucky ones who just took really good care of the implants -- or you could be experiencing problems that built up so slowly that you haven't realized you need help. Take another look at your dental implants in the mirror and if you see or feel any of these problems, it's time for a trip to the dentist.
14 March 2017
If you have missing teeth in your mouth, your dentist may suggest dental implants to restore those missing teeth. This is a process in which a small titanium rod is placed into your jaw, and a synthetic crown is created to fit on top of the rod. The tooth looks and feels natural, and does not require any special care. You can expect a dental implant to last permanently, and you brush and floss like normal.
10 March 2017
As an adult with misaligned teeth, you may have finally decided that now is the time to have your teeth corrected. Still, you may shudder at thought of how traditional braces can affect your social life and your self-confidence. However, there is no need to forgo your dental alignment because of the impact on your appearance. There are some dental alignment appliances that are practically invisible when worn. Here are a few of them:
3 March 2017
Getting your teeth professionally whitened at a dental clinic is the easiest way to achieve a whiter smile, but it can also be a painful experience. If you have never had this completed before, it's important to understand that you may feel a lot of sensitivity during the procedure and afterwards. This should not scare you from going through with it, though, because there are steps you can take that will make the procedure less uncomfortable and that will leave you with less sensitivity after it is complete.
1 March 2017
If you are trying to protect your child's oral health, you may feel a bit powerless regarding your little one's dental health habits when he or she is not in your presence. Nevertheless, there are things that you can send with your child as the youngster leaves the house to help encourage good oral health. Here are a few of them: Sugarless Gum Most kids love gum and would chew it even if was not good for their oral health.
5 July 2016