Understanding Dental Implants

Posted on: 28 January 2018
A dental implant is a special prosthetic device that is installed in the bone of the jaw to replace the root of a lost tooth. The root of a tooth holds it in position within the mouth. Thus, once a single tooth is replaced using an implant-based restoration, the prosthetic tooth can function like a natural one. Here is some additional information about dental implants to help you better understand them.
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What Happens When You Have A Chipped Tooth?

Posted on: 4 January 2018
While chipping a tooth may feel like a big deal when it happens, the truth is that there are several ways to remedy the situation. Unfortunately, adults and children both chip their teeth regularly, so it is certainly not an embarrassing situation. Chipped teeth result from a number of situations, ranging from sports injuries to biting into a hard piece of food. You could trip over something and hit your tooth on the ground, for example.
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Do Dental Veneers Last Forever?

Posted on: 8 December 2017
Many cosmetic dental procedures require ongoing maintenance, which isn't ideal if you've got a hectic schedule. If you don't want to deal with multiple teeth-whitening appointments each year or commit to caring for a set of Invisalign braces, consider dental veneers. Dental veneers don't last forever, but they are a long-term solution for patients who want a straight, stain-free smile. Who is a Good Candidate for Dental Veneers? Prior to applying veneers, a cosmetic dentist performs a thorough exam to ensure that you're a good candidate.
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Is That A Flashlight In Your Mouth? Or, Did You Just Follow These Teeth Whitening Tips?

Posted on: 11 October 2017
  If you want whiter teeth then the first thing you need to determine is whether or not your teeth can be whitened using traditional whitening methods. If your discoloration is caused from medications, a lack of enamel, health or genetic conditions, then you will need to go another route for your teeth whitening than what many others can choose. You may need to instead go with crowns or porcelain veneers for your whitening needs.
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