4 February 2016
Having misaligned teeth is not unusual. Still, there are many orthodontic options that can be use to correct dental misalignment. Nevertheless, some adults may not embrace traditional orthodontic treatments that display metal whenever the patient smiles, speaks or laughs. If you would like to have your dental misalignment straightened in a discreet manner, there are orthodontic alternatives available. Here are a few of them: Lingual Braces Lingual braces are fabricated from metal.
14 January 2016
A dental scaler is a metal instrument that is used to clean the parts of your teeth hidden underneath your gum line. It is used by your dentist, or you can purchase one on your own to clean tartar buildup between your semi-annual cleanings. Before you use your dental scaler on your own, be aware of these 3 tips that will help you use the tool effectively. Clean Both The Front and Back Side Of The Teeth
23 December 2015
It's tempting to try whitening your own teeth when you see the dozens of home whitening kits available at the drug store. These one-size-fits-all solutions will likely be disappointing and could be painful. Your local dental clinic anticipates your needs and tailors the whitening session for your comfort. Here are the major differences between what you'll get at your dentist's office and a home whitening kit. The Dentist's Approach The dentist first cleans your teeth to remove any plaque or tartar that prevents the whitening agent from contacting the tooth enamel.
7 December 2015
Dental pulp in the center of a tooth's root canal contains nerves, tissue and blood cells that travel between the tooth and the gums. Pulp can become infected or damaged due to trauma or periodontal disease. The pulp can then put the tooth at greater risk of cavities, cracking, and suffering necrosis or tooth death. If you have a toothache, your dentist might want to perform one or more vital pulp tests.
17 November 2015
Your baby's mouth will go through multiple developmental phases as his or her teeth present. Here are two of the milestones that your baby will encounter in his or her dental development and some of the measures you should take those periods: Teething Some babies begin teething at around four months. However, the first primary tooth may not emerge until your little one reaches six to 12 months of age. To help soothe your teething baby's sore gums, apply a cold, wet cloth or rub the gums with the smooth back of a chilled spoon.
27 October 2015
Sometimes, it is hard to plan for everything. You may have planned on having a baby, but have a dental emergency. It could be you are planning on a dental procedure and have an unexpected pregnancy. No matter what the case may be, your dental health is still important for you and your baby. Here are some things that you should know about your dental health and your pregnancy: 1. Having Regular Dental Treatments Done Before Conception
14 October 2015
When your child loses their first tooth, it is one of the most exciting times of their lives, and it's a pretty exciting time for you as well as a parent. It is a life event that will never happen again, so it is important to properly celebrate it. Here are a few crafty DIY ideas to celebrate that first tooth loss and to provide something for the Tooth Fairy: