15 June 2015
If you are unhappy with your smile either because it is discolored, you have missing teeth, or you have crooked teeth, you may have considered going to a cosmetic dentist to fix these issues. However, some people with these problems feel that it will only resolve their appearances and nothing else health-wise, so they avoid it in order to save money. Cosmetic dental work can be expensive, but there is good reason to spend the money: there are many health benefits that come with cosmetic treatment.
27 May 2015
Dental veneers work great for those that have cosmetic issues with their teeth, and do not want to experience a lengthy procedure to correct the issue. By attaching a porcelain shells to the teeth, nobody will be able to tell what they originally looked like. Here are 3 facts about dental veneers that you should know about before getting the procedure done. Dental Veneers Will Improve Your Teeth Immediately If you have teeth that have gaps or are misaligned, braces are a cheap and effective way to correct the problem.
4 May 2015
If your child has special needs, you may be worried about how they'll react at their first dental appointment. Below are three tips on making your child's first and subsequent appointments easier—for them and for you. 1. Practice Good Hygiene at Home New environments can be scary, but even more so if your child doesn't have much experience with dental hygiene in general. It's important to start young, so as to instill a lifelong habit of good dental care.
15 April 2015
One of the worst things about going to the dentist is having to deal with the dread of coming pain. Fortunately, there are a few new approaches in dentistry that you can take advantage of for making your experience there less painful. Dentist Spa In many cases, pain is all about context and framing. You come to associate the familiar look and experience of the dentist's office with a hard time approaching, so you get anxious about it.
25 March 2015
You return home from your dentist appointment, and wait an hour or two for the numbness to wear off. Once you can feel your cheeks again, you're delighted to finally sip a cup of coffee without having it run embarrassingly down your face. There's just one problem – when the warm liquid hits the tooth you just had filled, a painful sensation shoots down into your jaw. Is this normal, or should you rush back to the dentist?
13 March 2015
When you lose one or more teeth to decay or an accident, you feel embarrassed to smile or even open your mouth around other people. Your appearance is marred, and your self-esteem becomes affected. As soon as you can, you rush to the dentist and beg him to do something – anything – to replace the missing teeth. But then he offers you a choice: a bridge or dental implants. And you have to weigh the pluses and minuses of each option, and then choose one over the other.
24 February 2015
Unfortunately, some dental emergencies and oral health issues can cause the loss of an entire tooth - or several. When this happens, your options include getting a bridge, root canals and crowns, dental implants, or leaving the sockets empty. While all of these options are viable, many dental professionals believe that implants are the top solution. Here are five key reasons to consider dental implants for a severely damaged or missing tooth: