4 Reasons Your Dentist Might Recommend Dental Veneers

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Dental veneers are proven and tried solutions for patients with dental imperfections. Dental veneers are now more natural-looking and effective than ever before, thanks to high-end technology and materials. So, when is it time to visit a dentist for dental veneers? The answer is when you struggle with one of the following dental issues explained below. Continue reading to learn four reasons your dentist may recommend dental veneers. 1. You Have Chipped or Broken Teeth

22 March 2022

If A Tooth Hurts Badly And Then Stops Hurting Completely, Do You Still Need To See A Dentist?

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Having a toothache isn't something anyone wants to go through. In addition to simply hurting, it can also induce stress at the thought of what might be wrong with your tooth. If you've noticed that you've gone from having significant pain to none at all, you might think you're out of the woods. However, what's actually going on here might surprise you. Here's what you should know about your disappearing tooth pain.

9 February 2022

Planning To Get Dental Implants? What To Expect During Recovery

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Dental implants can be life-changing. If you are going from teeth that are in poor health to brand new dental implants, you have to understand how the process works. One of the biggest concerns you may have about dental implant surgery is the recovery process. Keep in mind that the recovery period is important and proper care will help ensure a successful outcome. The following are some things you can expect to experience after getting your dental implants:

29 December 2021

What You Should Know About Tooth Extractions

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A tooth extraction is usually a quick procedure in which a tooth is removed. There are many reasons for a tooth extraction. In some cases, a tooth is removed to allow more room in the mouth for other permanent teeth to come in. Removing a tooth in this instance can help prevent overcrowding, which can cause the teeth to come in crooked. Severe tooth infections, facial injuries, or periodontal disease are other reasons for a tooth extraction.

15 November 2021

Misalignment: What You Need To Know About An Underbite

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Do your lower teeth seem to stick out more than your top teeth? if so, your bite may be misaligned. This misalignment is known as an underbite. You may think you have a more pronounced jaw or a larger chin, but the issue is purely dental. The following are some things you need to know if you have an underbite: Is an Underbite Just About Looks? You may not have dealt with your underbite because you think it will only change how you look.

7 October 2021

4 Benefits You Are Likely To Enjoy When You Choose Dental Braces

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Misaligned and crooked teeth can greatly affect your self-esteem. Thankfully, dentistry has formulated teeth aligning tools, commonly known as braces, to help adults and children align their teeth and restore their smiles. If you have been thinking about getting braces, here are some top benefits to get you on board. 1. Improve Your Overall Dental Health Crooked teeth are notorious for creating extremely tiny spaces between teeth that make it hard for you to floss and brush properly.

26 August 2021

3 Reasons Why You May Need A Root Canal

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A tooth that is badly decayed or infected doesn't always have to be extracted. With the help of a root canal, such a tooth can be repaired and saved for normal functioning. However, not all teeth need a root canal procedure. During a root canal procedure, your dentist will remove all the bacteria and decay in your tooth pulp, nerve, and root, apply some disinfectant, fill and cover the area to prevent the tooth from decaying again.

19 July 2021