3 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 10 August 2017

One of the things you can do that will help you feel more self-confident and look your best is whitening your teeth. This is a process your dental professional can do if you want to get optimal results. However, there are things you can do that can help this process go better for you. Being aware of tips that can help your teeth get as white as possible is sure to be advantageous for you to know:
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How To Prevent Gum And Tooth Problems Around Your Dental Crown

Posted on: 23 July 2017

If you have had a tooth replaced with a dental implant, you likely have a beautiful dental crown that has replaced the natural crown of your lost tooth. Dental crowns that are used in single-tooth restorations are often made of tooth-colored material, such as porcelain or porcelain-over-metal, to ensure that the crown is difficult to distinguish from a natural tooth. Still, some dental patients begin with a beautiful crown that is flush with their gums and looks completely natural, but later develops gum recession and exposed roots near the crown.
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Dental Implants: Where Does The Bone For A Bone Graft Come From?

Posted on: 26 June 2017

When you have a missing tooth, the bone near the area where the tooth was lost can deteriorate. After the bone in your jaw as deteriorated, there are many procedures that are difficult to perform, such as installing dental implants. A bone augmentation may then be necessary in order to create a location where the implant can be embedded securely. The jaw bone might not be tall enough or wide enough.
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Pediatric Dental Crowns

Posted on: 7 June 2017

If your child needs to have restorative dental work, a dental crown may be used during the treatment process. A crown provides fortification for a tooth that has been compromised by a large cavity or other trauma. Although a filling may be used to replace a portion of the missing tooth material, it may not offer adequate protection or structural support. A crown can protect a treated tooth from bacterial invasion and fortify the natural tooth crown to help ensure that the tooth can withstand normal amounts of bite pressure.
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