Disclaimer – Use At Your Own Risk: The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as advice for any individual case or situation. We will not be liable for any losses or damages in connection with the use of the information from these blogs. All blogs are meant to be educational. We advise always consulting with a professional before attempting anything written in a blog. We can not guarantee all of the services that we write about in our blogs. Any attempt to perform anything written in a blog can result in serious injury or fatality without expert guidance and oversight.
Losing teeth is not easy. For most people, missing teeth is a big insecurity, which is why dentures work so well. Plus, since they are removable, you can slide the dentures out whenever needed, making cleaning the prosthetic device and your gums easier.
If you have always wanted a straight and confident smile but your natural teeth have always been an insecurity, then chances are you have already looked into different treatments. However, no matter what restorative dental treatment you look for, nothing comes close to the elegant and sleek look that Invisalign offers. The only concern most people have is not knowing how Invisalign works. But don’t worry, we’re here to break down everything you need to know about Invisalign right here in this blog.
Braces are like a double-edged sword. They’re great for straightening your teeth and bringing them into position. However, when it comes to eating and enjoying snacks, there are a lot of sacrifices that you need to make. From potato chips to gummy candies to nuts, it can feel like there is nothing for you to eat. Plus, even eating popcorn can cause a lot of trouble for your braces.
You’ve probably heard about teeth whitening procedures and their at-home alternative: drugstore whitening strips. But have you ever wondered how such an intricate dental treatment can be performed in the comfort of your own home?
When getting dental fillings for the first time, people often ask how painful the procedure will be or how long they will have to wait to eat after the filling.
After a root canal, most of your pain tends to go away, but if you still feel the discomfort, it is a clear sign that something is wrong.
Dental anxiety is prevalent among young children and, in many cases, can stem from an adult’s own dental fears (whether you recognize them or not). If left unmanaged, going to the dentist can become an unpleasant ordeal for children. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Dental nightmares can come true, as much as you hope it doesn’t happen to you! If you’re lucky, a quick call to the dentist can get you seen immediately, but what happens if disaster strikes when the office is closed, you’re traveling, or some other less than ideal scenario?
Your teeth look and feel just fine, so what harm can there be in skipping one checkup? Plenty… and it’s not just a free toothbrush and dental samples you’ll miss! A lot can happen in just a short period of time, and the ramifications of canceling your semi-annual dental checkup can go beyond your oral health.
You’ve been brushing for as long as you can remember, but could it be you’ve been doing it incorrectly all along? From the type of bristles you choose to the level of pressure you should place on your teeth, this step-by-step guide to better brushing is chock full of tips to help you get the most out of your dental routine.