Small Teeth? Dental Veneers And Crowns Can Help

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If some of your front and back teeth are too small in your mouth, you may wonder if a dentist can increase the size of your teeth. Although a dentist can't increase the size of your teeth naturally, they can enlarge them with dental veneers and crowns. Dental veneers and crowns cover parts or all of your natural teeth crowns. Learn more about tooth veneers and crowns below.  What Are Dental Veneers and Crowns?

21 March 2023

Signs You Need A Root Canal

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Your teeth are important and help chew up all of the food in which you consume daily. Your teeth are the only teeth you get once your adult teeth come in, so you need to take good care of them in order to keep them around for the long term. If you aren't taking care of your teeth, eventually they will begin to fall out, or you will notice other issues or concerns such as dental work that may be necessary, or you may be in need of dentures or dental implants to replace your teeth once they have rotten and fallen out of your mouth.

10 February 2023

What Dental Crown Material Is Best For You?

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When it comes to restoring a damaged tooth, dental crowns are one of the most reliable and effective treatments available. When it comes to choosing which material you should use for your dental crown, however, there are a few factors to consider. Here's a look at some of the more common materials used in dental crowns and why they may or may not be the best option for you. Porcelain Crowns

29 November 2022

Understanding The Culprits Behind Tooth Enamel Erosion And How You Can Stop It

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The enamel is the hard coating covering your tooth and protecting the inner layers from various forms of damage. Although it is one of the toughest substances, tooth enamel wears out when subjected to corrosion. Therefore, it is prudent to be aware of what might cause damage to its surface so that you can avoid it and maintain healthy teeth. Read on to find out some of the most common reasons why tooth enamel gets eroded.

29 November 2022

6 Things To Know About Dental Implants

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Dental implants are one of the best ways to replace your missing teeth. If you have teeth you need to be pulled out, then they can be extracted and then replaced with dental implants as well. If you're still in the midst of deciding if you want to go with dental implants, then this guide on them can help. It will go over 6 benefits that dental implants offer, which may help you understand why this would be such a good way for you to go.

24 October 2022

3 Dos And Don'ts Of Root Canal Post-Treatment Care

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General dental care tips come in handy to speed up the recovery process of root canals. The ideal post-treatment care also ensures you get the best out of your root canal surgery. Discover three dos and don'ts that will aid a smooth and comfortable recovery journey after a root canal. The Dos Below are three things to do to keep the treatment area free of infection and enhance a hassle-free recovery.

21 September 2022

Are Lingual Braces A Good Option For You?

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If you have been told that you are a candidate for braces, you may have considered lingual braces. Often referred to as "invisible braces," these braces are placed on the back of your teeth and are therefore not very visible. Many people do not think about lingual braces when they are told they need treatment. Here are a few things to consider if you are thinking about lingual braces. Lingual Braces Are Discrete

16 August 2022

Family Dental Care: Do Not Ignore These Dental Issues

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Oral care is an important part of overall body care and health. It includes practices such as brushing teeth at least twice a day, flossing, using mouthwash, and regular dental checkups. However, it's easy to overlook these recommended oral practices for one reason or another. Unfortunately, doing so could lead to dental problems that can easily develop into life-threatening dental emergencies. This article looks at a few signs indicating that it's time to visit a dentist.

14 July 2022

Why Are Women Prone To Periodontal Issues?

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When one thinks of women's health issues, periodontal disease may not immediately come to mind. After all, periodontal disease can affect many different demographics. However, one survey said that medical providers should raise awareness about periodontal health because hormone fluctuations can affect the overall health of the periodontium. The periodontium includes gum tissue, ligaments, and alveolar bone. Here are three scenarios where women could be more prone to periodontal issues.  

6 June 2022

Why Your Root Canal Can Potentially Fail

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Do you need to have a root canal performed on one of your teeth? While this procedure typically goes very smoothly, there is a small possibility that it will fail. Here are some of those reasons so that you can be aware of them.  Bacteria In The Canal  It is crucial that the dentist gets rid of all the bacteria that is within the tooth as they are cleaning it out.

25 April 2022