Replacing A Tooth That You Have Lost

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It is common for people to be unsure of their options following the loss of a tooth. While this can be a severe dental problem to encounter, there are replacement options that patients can use to address their missing teeth. Failing To Replace A Lost Tooth Can Cause Significant Complications There are some patients that may assume they will only need to replace their missing tooth if it is cosmetically important.

17 December 2021

Custom Sports Guards And How To Clean Them

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If you or your kids regularly participate in contact sports, such as basketball, baseball, soccer, or football, a sports mouthguard could be a great investment. A customized sports guard is created from an impression of your oral cavity. The dentist prepares the impression and sends it to a laboratory for the fabrication of the guard. Thus, the device fits the contours of your mouth to comfortably and effectively protect your teeth.

8 November 2021

6 Tips For Eating And Drinking After Dental Implant Surgery

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Following dental implant surgery, certain activities will be more difficult than usual for a while. One of those activities is eating. While dental implants heal, the area around them can be tender and sore. And in the early stages, dental implants have yet to integrate with the bone tissue that will eventually hold them in place. As a result, you need to be selective about what you eat. Here are several tips that can help you eat well and safely during the period following dental implant surgery.

27 September 2021

The Best Ways To Prevent Cavities And Why You Need To Focus On Prevention

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Cavities can develop on your teeth at any point, but you can reduce your risks of developing them if you take the right steps. Preventing cavities is better than treating them as they come, but how can you prevent them? Your dentist can give you tips and strategies that might help you reduce your risks, and they might also explain why this is so vital. Here is a list of steps you can also take to prevent cavities from forming and an explanation of why you should focus on cavity prevention.

17 August 2021

What An Orthodontist Can Do To Improve Your Oral Health

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An orthodontist is a dental specialist who offers a variety of treatments that are designed to straighten teeth, realign the jawbone and treat other problems inside the oral cavity. Your dentist may refer you to an orthodontist if you have any of these concerns, and the treatment that you receive from the orthodontist may help you function better in life with less pain. You may notice a remarkable improvement in your oral health in several ways after you've visited one of these specialists.

7 July 2021

Eating And Drinking After Dental Implant Surgery

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Dental implants ultimately result in a natural-looking prosthetic tooth replacement, complete with an artificial root structure. Once the implant has fully healed and been fitted with a permanent prosthetic crown, it's business as usual as far as eating and drinking are concerned. However, some restrictions will apply in the days after your implant surgery. These restrictions are not only for your comfort but also help to ensure the success of the procedure.

15 April 2021

FAQ About Taking Kids To The Dentist

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People of all ages greatly benefit from dental care to help reduce their risk of cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems. However, dental care does vary with age. So, even if you've been seeing the dentist responsibly yourself, you may have some questions about dental care for kids and taking your child to the dentist. Learn the answers below. When do children need to start seeing the dentist?

15 April 2021

Should You Consider Prepless Veneers To Restore Your Smile?

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If you have broken, chipped, or discolored teeth, one option to fix them is with veneers. Veneers are made from porcelain and are affixed to the front of your natural tooth. Veneers are a great option to bring back your smile. Typically, a patient would have to go through a preparation process for the natural tooth. Now, there are veneers that do not require the same preparation. The following is some information about the different types of veneers you may want to consider:

26 February 2021

Cosmetic Dentists Can Help Children Struggling With Self-Esteem Related To Crooked Teeth

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Young children often go through a lot of difficulties growing up, things that their parents may not expect or which go beyond their control to help. For example, crooked teeth are likely a real issue for some children and may need management quickly and efficiently to avoid any issue. Thankfully, high-quality cosmetic dentists can help with this problem and avoid serious concerns as well. Struggles With Oral Health Can Be Upsetting

19 January 2021