27 October 2016
Crooked teeth can make your child feel uncomfortable about their smile, but cosmetic reasons aren't the only reasons to fix crooked teeth. Here are three problems that crooked teeth can cause. Poor Oral Hygiene Crooked teeth can be difficult to clean properly. This is because the crooked teeth may block some surfaces of the adjacent teeth, and these blocked surfaces are hard to access with a toothbrush. Plus, when the teeth are crowded very close to one another, passing floss between the teeth may be difficult.
27 October 2016
The key to having healthy teeth may rest in getting restorations as these are needed. There are many reasons you may need to consider getting a crown. Some of these include having extensive dental decay or simply having a tooth that is worn down due to time. Your dentist will alert you to the fact if you need a dental crown when you go in for your bi-annual examinations. This process can usually only takes two visits to the dentist and is not typically painful.
10 October 2016
Whether you have one missing tooth or you are tired of loose dentures, dental implant technology can be used to repair your smile. As long as you aren't a smoker and are in relatively good health, dental implants are an excellent option for you. When you have missing teeth and you are feeling self-conscious, dental implants are used to create a natural looking replacement that doesn't require special treatment once the work is finished.
23 September 2016
Sometimes, a dental misalignment does not strongly affect your bite. As a result, traditional braces may not be required to correct the appearance of the teeth. If you have crooked teeth and no serious bite issues, there are multiple cosmetic dental applications that could be used to improve the look of your smile. Here are a few of them: Veneers Dental veneers can be made of porcelain or resin. Each veneer is fashioned to look like the front of a tooth and is paper thin.
1 September 2016
If you have severe tooth decay and missing teeth, you may know that your options for replacement are fairly limited. One of the most common options is to go with dental implants. The problem is, traditional dental implants may put a bad taste in your mouth due to a concern for pain or length of recovery time. You may be surprised to know there are some alternative options to traditional dental implant procedures.
16 August 2016
Asthma and cavities are two common problems in children. Does this mean that there is a connection between the two? If so, then as a parent, what can you do to watch out for your child's oral health? Here's a look at the science behind the two to help you understand the potential connection. Millions of Children Suffer from Asthma Six million children suffer from asthma in the United States alone.
27 July 2016
Although a workplace accident may be rare, there are instances in which an injury may occur in a work environment. Sometimes, an injury is limited to your teeth. For instance, an inadvertent blow to the mouth from a fall at work could result in a dislodged tooth. Here are some measures you should take to treat a dislodged tooth when the accident occurs at work: Locate your tooth. After an accident, you may be a bit disoriented, but it is necessary to locate your dislodged tooth if you wish to salvage it.