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Tooth decay, injury, and periodontal disease are all common causes of tooth loss. If you are missing one or more teeth, an implant can be an affordable and practical solution. An implant is an artificial replacement for your missing tooth’s root. The two types of implants are endosteal implants and subperiosteal implants. Endosteal implants are inserted into your jawbone to…Continue reading
If your breath is persistently bad, dentists call this halitosis. Learn what you can do to freshen up your breath. Bid Goodbye To Bad Breath According to family dentistry experts, halitosis can be reversed by practicing healthy oral hygiene, avoiding dental decay, and reducing your risk of gum disease. Follow these simple tips to keep bad breath at bay: Brush…Continue reading
Oral health is important, but not everyone has access to an affordable dentist. People who lack dental insurance tend to skip preventative treatments due to cost. They often avoid going to the dentist for a toothache or other dental problem until the condition is painful and advanced. Not having dental coverage can hurt those who are seeking jobs, especially if…Continue reading
When teeth are severely damaged or diseased, root canal treatments can often save them. The endodontic procedure is employed when a tooth’s pulp becomes severely infected or inflamed. Causes of diseased pulp include deep cavities, repeated dental work, and injuries like chips and cracks. If diseased teeth aren’t treated, severe pain or abscesses may result. Endodontic Treatment Explained Step-by-Step Before…Continue reading
Missing teeth can be embarrassing, uncomfortable, and bad for your dental health. That’s why you need to consider replacing them with either dental implants or dental bridges. See which option will suit your needs. Deciding on Dental Implants If you want a permanent solution to missing teeth, then dental implants may be the right choice for you. Dental implants replace…Continue reading
Dental implants are long-term solutions for tooth loss, so you want to be sure you choose the most qualified and affordable dentist available to place them. While many dental care providers place implants, not all are truly experienced. Some may have learned everything they know during a short training course. Others have years of experience with implants and many happy…Continue reading
Cosmetic dental bonding is a procedure that can repair many imperfections such as stains, cavities, chips, improper spaces, and length problems. The process involves applying a carefully matched tooth-colored resin to the prepared tooth. A special ultraviolet light is used to harden the material or bond it to the tooth surface. Dental bonding often takes less than an hour to…Continue reading
Effective cavity protection can be yours with dental sealants. See why these tooth sealants are in such high demand. Seal Out Cavities with Dental Sealants Dental sealants are thin, plastic or resin coatings that are applied to molars and premolars to prevent bacteria from getting trapped in the teeth and causing cavities. These tooth sealants are applied over the grooves…Continue reading
If you’re one of the 69 percent of adults ages 35 to 44 missing at least one permanent tooth, you can replace your missing teeth with dental implants or dental bridges. Discover which dental option is best for your smile. The Basics on Dental Implants or Dental Bridges Dental implants are titanium posts that get surgically embedded into the jawbone,…Continue reading
If your child has tooth alignment problems that are evident early in life, he or she can benefit from visiting an orthodontist and getting a full evaluation. While there is no specific age for some treatments, others are started as early as possible. Most pediatric dentists recommend making your child’s first dental appointment within six months of the appearance of…Continue reading