Orthodontic Pain ~ Super Easy Ways To Find Relief

Posted on: 16 May 2016

Are you experiencing oral discomfort due to new braces? Perhaps you need braces, but you are reluctant to get them due to stories of excruciating pain that you have heard from others. You can expect to experience some oral discomfort with braces when they are put into place or tightened; however, the sensation felt is more comparable to discomfort than pain. It is also something that should dissipate, so you should not expect every day in braces to be painful.
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3 Dental Treatments For Tooth Attrition

Posted on: 27 April 2016

Tooth attrition is the gradual erosion of tooth structures due to physical friction with other teeth. The damage can happen due to habitual teeth grinding, which is often a side effect of stress, or due to forceful grinding during routine chewing. Potential damage includes wearing through the enamel, cracking or breaking the dentin, and opening the tooth up for more frequent and severe cavities. Here are some of the potential treatments for tooth attrition available from your family dentist's office.
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3 Benefits Of Getting Dental Implants Installed In Your Mouth

Posted on: 8 April 2016

Does your smile look like it's seen better days? If you're missing a few teeth or if you have some teeth that are deteriorated and disfigured, you thankfully have the option today of some cosmetic dentistry procedures that can restore your smile to what it looked like before the trouble started. Perhaps one of the best options to consider would be the installation of dental implants. Dental implants can literally replace a missing tooth or ugly-looking tooth and make your smile look bright again.
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Want A Job In Entertainment But Your Smile Is Scary? What To Know

Posted on: 16 March 2016

If you want to pursue a career in modeling, acting, and in the entertainment industry, but you have a smile that is filled with flaws, you want to get your teeth fixed before you start going to interviews. If you think you have the right look and personality, but your smile is holding you back, a cosmetic dentist can help. The cosmetic dentist will have to examine the teeth and take some x-rays to determine what the best straightening options are.
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