16 September 2021
For the most part, you get all your permanent teeth before you are even an adult. However, as children turn into adults, their third molars or wisdom teeth start to erupt. Unfortunately, wisdom teeth are notorious for causing problems. If you would like to know more, keep reading. Why Do You Need Wisdom Teeth? Molars are important for grinding up food before you swallow. This makes foods easier to digest. In the past, the diet of human ancestors consisted of foods that needed more grinding, such as raw meats and leafy greens.
2 August 2021
Pearly white teeth allow you to show off a beautiful smile. However, it's natural for your teeth to begin to turn yellow over time. If you feel embarrassed about your teeth or you'd simply like your smile to look better, you can visit your dentist for cosmetic teeth whitening treatment. Here are a few tips that will help you get the most benefit from your teeth whitening treatment: 1. Select a natural white shade for your teeth
24 June 2021
When people think about braces and their benefits, often they think of teeth straightening. While it's true that braces are the best method of straightening teeth available, their potential benefits don't stop with a nice-looking smile. Here are three other ways that braces can often help people out who have crooked teeth and abnormal bites, like an underbite or overbite. Poor Pronunciation People who have seriously crooked teeth or a severe underbite or overbite sometimes have a bit of trouble with pronunciation.
13 May 2021
Your teeth are going to be with you your entire life if you take care of them right. You need your teeth for eating and communicating, which is why you need to take proper care of them throughout your life. 1. Never Fall Asleep Without Brushing Your Teeth It is important to brush your teeth before you go to sleep at night. Your teeth accumulate a lot of plaque and germs on them throughout the day, making it essential that you brush your teeth before you go to sleep.
31 March 2021
For some people, dental implants require bone grafting. When the tooth to be replaced has been absent for an extended duration, its support system has been compromised. The dental socket is housed in the alveolar ridge, and when the socket no longer supports the tooth, it can lose its density. This density must be restored for successful implant placement, which is why bone grafting can be unavoidable in some cases. But how is it accomplished?
19 February 2021
If you have several bad or missing teeth, your dentist may have suggested that you consider getting dental implants. However, you may have heard a few things about them and are harboring certain misconceptions. If so, read on to learn the truth behind some of these misconceptions that you may have about getting and living with the implants. 1. Implants Are Painful to Get and Uncomfortable to Live With One misconception that you may have about implants is that they will be painful to have placed.