Two Questions About Dental Reconstruction With Implants

Posted on: 11 December 2018

Do you have a missing tooth that has caused you to feel self-conscious around others? Not only are you worried about what others think, but a missing tooth will eventually lead to oral health problems in that part of your mouth. It's possible to experience a loss of bone density in the area, since the root of the tooth is no longer there to stimulate the job. If you are wondering if you should move forward with this dental reconstruction technique, here are two questions you may have about having an implant.
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Dental Issues That Originate At Birth And Some Of The Cosmetic Dental Applications That Correct Them

Posted on: 12 November 2018

Some people develop dental problems because of poor oral hygiene. However, many people are born with imperfect teeth. Here are several dental issues that may originate at birth and some of the cosmetic dental applications that may correct them. Discoloration Some people are born with a congenital defect that causes their teeth to be permanently discolored. The dark tooth color cannot be whitened chemically, so dental bleaching products are ineffective at correcting the problem.
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Steps To Take If Your Teeth Are Stained From Smoking

Posted on: 17 October 2018

There are many health issues and problems that smokers face as a result of their smoking habits. One of those many areas of the body affected by smoking is the teeth. When you are a smoker, your teeth are highly prone to staining and discoloration. If your teeth are discolored as a result of smoking, you may be wondering what you can or should do to deal with the issue. Get to know some of the steps that you can take to address your stained teeth.
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3 Habits That Can Damage Your New Dental Crowns

Posted on: 23 September 2018

If you have recently received new dental crowns, you may wonder if there is anything special that you need to do while you take care of them. However, knowing what not to do is also important. If you have any of the below habits, you risk damaging your new dental crowns. 1. Eating Chewy and Hard Foods  If you enjoy eating caramels and hard candies, you may have to give them up to protect your dental crowns.
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