Dental Trends of the Future: Leaving the Past Behind

Making Sense Of Cosmetic Dentistry Options

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If you’ve decided to do something to improve your smile, you may be confused about all of the different cosmetic dentistry options on the market today. Whether you’re covering up discolored teeth, eliminating a gap between your teeth or replacing a missing tooth, there’s a cosmetic dentistry fix that’s right for your mouth and your budget. Which cosmetic dentistry tool is right for you? 1. Veneers. Veneers are thin layers of dental porcelain that fit over the exterior of the teeth and help give your smile a uniform,...

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Need A New Smile Fast? Veneers Are The Way To Go

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If you have a big event or something special coming up and you damaged your front teeth, have the problem fixed quickly with porcelain veneers. Veneers are one of the fastest and easiest ways to take care of your oral cosmetic concerns, and they are a durable option as well. Here are a few reasons you should get porcelain veneers put on, so you are photo ready for the big day. Instant Change The dentist will file down the existing teeth that look unsightly, and they will put temporary veneers on that look like regular teeth....

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Answering Two Common Questions about Cosmetic Dental Procedures

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Dental issues can cause a host of embarrassing problems for patients, and whether you engage in public speaking or just want a beautiful smile, correcting cosmetic problems can be a major priority. While cosmetic dentistry is capable of correcting many forms of tooth damage, some patients are not well informed about these procedures. Fortunately, understanding the answers to the following two questions should help you to be a more informed patient when it comes time to make decisions regarding your smile.  What Can Be Done for a...

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How Cavities Form In Teeth

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Most people are aware that brushing and flossing reduces the chances of getting cavities in the teeth. There are however, a few extra steps you can take in helping to keep these craters from overtaking your cosmetic smile. Here is a summary of what happens when a cavity forms, some of the ways you can help keep cavities from occurring, and the best way to treat them. How Do Cavities Form? Cavities are small holes showing where there are decayed areas of the teeth. They occur when acids or sugars break down the elements that make up the...

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How High-Tech Dentistry Can Improve Your Dental Experience

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Are you sick of spending a lot of time at the dentist?  Are you wary of local anesthetic?  If you haven’t been to the dentist in awhile, you might be pleasantly surprised to learn of some new technological advances that will make dental procedures faster, more enjoyable, and less painful.   Bye Bye Drill The next time you need a minor cavity filled, you may be able to skip the drill.  Researchers are working on a procedure that utilizes low frequency electrical currents to remineralize teeth with modest tooth decay....

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Periodontitis Isn’t Just A Dental Problem: 3 Shocking Complications

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Periodontitis is an infection of the gums in the mouth, leading to inflammation, loosened teeth and bad breath. While it’s tempting to consider periodontal disease as a dental condition and nothing else, periodontitis is actually a very serious condition that can contribute to several systemic illnesses and other health problems. To avoid these four potential health complications, attack periodontitis early and often with great oral hygiene and aggressive treatments like Perio Protect. Heart Disease Scientists aren’t 100 percent...

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Potential Dental Solutions For A Child With Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome

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Axenfield-Rieger Syndrome is a rare genetic condition that primarily affects the eyes. But dental symptoms can also arise including oligodontia (developing fewer teeth than normal) and microdontia (development of smaller than normal teeth). If your child has Axenfeld-Rieger, there are a few dental treatment options to make chewing more comfortable and improve the appearance. Oligodontia: Bridges, Dental Implants Two of the most common ways to replace missing teeth are bridges and dental implants. Bridges involve an artificial tooth suspended...

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4 Reasons Why Porcelain Veneers Are The Way To Go

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Porcelain veneers have a transforming effect on your smile. They can repair many different defects that take away from the attractiveness of your smile and elevate it to a gorgeous brightness that you can be proud to show everyone you know. Your dentist is extremely helpful in helping you determine the best cosmetic dental treatment for you. If you want to change your smile, make sure that you partner with your dentist to ensure that you make the healthiest decision possible. Here are four reasons why porcelain veneers are the way to go....

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2 Healthy Tips For Preventing Gum Infection And Disease

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If your gums get sore and infected often, you probably just need to make a couple of changes to your dental hygiene cleaning routine. Here are 2 healthy tips that will help you to keep your gums in great shape. Apple Cider Vinegar  First, one of your best weapons you can use against oral germs is apple cider vinegar. This will help your mouth, and vinegar actually helps to clean out your intestines.  To use apple cider vinegar as a gum treatment, you can do one of three things. First, you can brush your gums with the vinegar after...

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How To Cope With Tooth Sensitivity

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Tooth sensitivity is no laughing matter. It involves excruciating pain that is often brought on when you eat or drink something especially hot or cold. Most people have sensitive teeth because the protective layers on their teeth have been worn away. When this occurs, it leaves your teeth exposed and vulnerable. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce the sufferings of tooth sensitivity. Use the Right Toothbrush Use a soft-bristled toothbrush when brushing your teeth, because a hard-bristled toothbrush may damage the tooth enamel....

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