5 Important Things You Should Know About Dental Implant Dentistry

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Missing teeth is one of the worst dental problems that you can ever experience. The gaps will significantly affect your self-esteem, as you cannot smile with confidence. The condition can also affect the eating and esthetics of your face. However, the problem is treatable through dental implant dentistry. Here are the five main basics of dental implant dentistry: 1. Its Main Focus is Replacing Tooth Roots Tooth loss is among the most common dental problems in the United States.

29 April 2021

3 Reasons People Are Afraid Of The Dentist

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Do you fear going to the dentist? Is this fear preventing you from scheduling your routine dental exam or getting some much-needed dental work done? If you are afraid of going to the dentist, you certainly are not alone. According to the most recent statistics, about 36 percent of the population has some degree of dental anxiety. About 12 percent suffer from dentophobia, which is an extreme fear of going to the dentist.

18 March 2021

Four Benefits Of Invisalign Braces

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Orthodontic treatment can be used to straighten crooked teeth and realign an overbite or underbite. Braces are a common orthodontic treatment, but some people dislike the idea of braces for cosmetic or practical reasons. Fortunately, you can straighten your teeth using clear aligners instead. Clear aligners are sometimes known by the name Invisalign. Here are some of the benefits you can expect from Invisalign braces. 1. Straight Teeth With No Unwanted Gaps

3 February 2021

Is Your Child A Good Candidate For Dental Sealants?

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If your child is struggling with cavities, your dentist might recommend dental sealants. Sealants are thin layers of resin that your dentist can apply to tooth pits and the grooves of your child's teeth. Sealants can help prevent cavities because they act as a layer of protection for enamel. Because sealants reduce the risk of decay, your child may not need restorative procedures, like root canals, crowns, etc. in the future.

21 December 2020

4 Tips To Make The Most Of Your Dental Care

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General dentists specialize in tooth and gum care. However, your dentist can only help you if you see them regularly for dental check-ups. These four tips will help you get the most out of your normal dentist appointments: 1. Don't skip routine appointments. You may be tempted to skip a dental appointment, especially when life gets hectic. If you're not experiencing pain or irritation, skipping a single dental appointment may even seem sensible.

4 November 2020

Services Offered By Special-Needs Dentists

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Whether you're an adult with special needs or the parent of a child with special needs, going to a dentist that caters to your situation can make taking care of your dental health easier. Here are a few of the extra services offered by special-needs dentists that can transform your dental care experience. Education From sensory adjustments to unique dental differences, a patient with special needs could require many forms of personalization when it comes to their dental care.

5 June 2020

How Much? Ways You Can Save Money On Your Child's Braces

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When you learn your child needs braces to correct his or her teeth alignment or bite, your first reaction is likely to wonder how much it will cost. Braces may seem like a luxury, but they are a medical need in many cases. Braces are used to straighten the teeth, but they are also used to relieve pain from an incorrectly aligned jaw. Paying for braces may be difficult, but there are some options to consider to help you save.

16 December 2019

What To Do When You Have Sensitive Teeth

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Many Americans have experienced some tooth sensitivity. Tooth sensitivity, also known as dentin hypersensitivity, can make eating cold foods or consuming hot beverages uncomfortable. Fortunately, there are several ways to treat tooth sensitivity. What Causes Sensitive Teeth Many factors contribute to the development of sensitive teeth. When the enamel is worn down the teeth become more sensitive because of the exposure of the underlayer of teeth, dentin. If you grind your teeth, brush too hard, or have too many acidic foods in your diet, then the enamel will be worn down.

19 November 2019

Chewing Problems & Taking A Child To An Orthodontist

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If you are beginning to notice that your young child doesn't chew food in a normal manner, it may be due to something being wrong with their teeth. They can have a dental condition that you have overlooked due to not having the skills and knowledge of a dentist. For instance, the reason for your child chewing in abnormal manner might be due to their front or bottom teeth protruding in an unnatural manner that is in need of attention Teeth that have grown in crooked can also interfere with the ability to chew food properly.

22 October 2019

Follow These Steps For Great Teeth Whitening Results

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White, shiny teeth are a sign of good oral health. Beautiful teeth will help people notice your smile. If your teeth are stained due to smoking, decay, dietary choices, or age, you can repair them. In-office teeth whitening is extremely effective. This type of treatment is performed by your dentist using professional-grade whitening supplies. They can drastically lighten the color of yellow or brown teeth. Here are four things you'll need to do to get the most out of your teeth whitening experience:

23 September 2019