Sometimes home repairs require you to make a hole in the wall. And these holes require specific patches. It's similar to when your dentist makes a hole in your tooth to perform a root canal. Sometimes a filling will be sufficient to patch the hole, but sometimes a filling won't quite be strong enough. Read on to learn more about getting a root canal and a filling. Opening the Tooth
18 March 2021
Struggling with dental problems can be disruptive to your life. The pain and discomfort can affect your daily activities, and you may be limited in the things that you can eat comfortably. For this reason, your dentist may recommend that you consider dental implants to replace your damaged teeth. Dental implants are usually a fairly successful option for those with dental problems, but they aren't impervious to potential failure. Here's a look at what you need to know about dental implant surgery and when you should call your dentist.
22 December 2020
If you are missing a tooth or you will be going in for the removal of one, then learning about permanent dental implants may be something you should follow through with. Here is a short guide that will help you get some basic knowledge of permanent dental implants. Dental implants are considered to be permanent Unlike some other options for tooth replacement, such as partial dentures or full dentures, dental implants are a permanent solution.
22 December 2020
When you see a dentist on a regular basis, you are taking good care of your teeth and strive to have optimal oral health. But it's not just the health of your teeth that is important. For many people, it's also important to have teeth that look nice. This is what cosmetic dentistry is for. To help you learn more, here are the answers to four frequently asked questions about cosmetic dentistry.
13 November 2020
A bridge can be a great option for replacing missing teeth. With the right care, a bridge can last the rest of your lifetime. But just what is "the right care?" Thankfully, it's not too complicated. Here's how to care for your teeth and mouth after getting a dental bridge. Brush twice a day. Yes, you should be brushing your teeth twice a day whether or not you have a dental bridge.
15 July 2020
Dentures are a great choice for replacing missing teeth, whether you're missing all or only some of your teeth. However, some people are wary of dentures because they're worried about them falling out or moving around in their mouths. If you consider yourself to be one of those people, then read this guide to find out how you can get dentures and never worry about them moving or falling out.
16 December 2019
Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you; especially if you work in a field where you do a lot of client interfacing. If, however, you just lost a tooth either because of an infection or injury, then your smile may not say what you want it to about yourself. With several options that can restore your smile, however, you shouldn't have to live without your missing tooth for very long.
12 November 2019
If you have started to think that now might be a good time to get braces, but you do not want to get the traditional metal braces on your teeth, you may want to consider the option of Invisalign braces. This type of braces is gaining in popularity and for good reason. To help you see why you might want to go ahead and set an appointment with an Invisalign provider, you will want to continue reading the following information.
15 October 2019
If your child seems to be a picky eater, it might surprise you to learn that if their teeth are crooked, that may play a role in why they're so picky. Here's something new to consider when you're worried about why your child is such a fussy eater. Example The alignment of the teeth can make a big difference in eating. Teeth need to be relatively straight and the upper and lower jaw need to meet perfectly in order for teeth to work properly to allow people to chew, tear, and bite at their food.
24 September 2019
When your teeth hurt, there's a good chance that you look to a sensitivity toothpaste for relief. After all, these are advertised as providing sensitivity and pain reduction with regular use. However, are you really getting the help that you need? What They Do Sensitivity toothpastes do one thing and they do it well: they plug holes. The surface of your tooth is filled with pores, similar to your skin. When enamel wears down on the surface of the tooth, these pores are exposed to the surface.
23 August 2019