What To Do If Your Implant Crown Fractures, Comes Loose, Or Falls Off

Posted on: 4 July 2016

A fractured, loose, or lost implant crown can be alarming, but fortunately it is rarely painful unless some sort of outside trauma accompanied the damage. While you will need to see your dentist as soon as possible for a fix, you will also need to know what to do in the interim. The following guide can help. Fractured implant Fractures or cracks usually happen because of an outside stress. For example, biting down on something hard, like a popcorn kernel, can fracture an implant.
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Need Dental Crowns? Two Tips To Help Make Them Affordable When You're On A Tight Budget

Posted on: 16 June 2016

Getting dental crowns is a great way for you to restore the appearance of your teeth.  However, as much as you want to regain your smile, you may find that financial issues are holding you back.  Some insurance companies don't cover crowns because they deem them to be cosmetic, so you may think that there's no way for you to obtain them.  However, there are things you can do to get the dental crowns that you desire.
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Teeth Whitening Options After Braces

Posted on: 25 May 2016

The condition of your teeth can play a major role in your confidence levels. This is why braces, for both medically necessary and cosmetic reasons, are popular. Unfortunately, the cost of straight teeth is sometimes stained teeth. The following guide can help walk you through the types of staining braces can leave behind, along with methods for correcting the damage. Types of stains White spots are one of the more common forms of staining.
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3 Tips On Managing Your First Few Days With Braces

Posted on: 20 April 2016

If you have an appointment scheduled to get braces installed, congratulations on taking control of your dental health. Braces can help correct your teeth's placement and help set you on the path towards a lifetime of perfect smiles. But that may be small consolation if you are dreading the first few days after the braces are installed. It's true that you will likely experience some discomfort in the immediate aftermath of installation, but, thankfully, there are a number of tired and true tips you can implement into your daily routine to help ease the discomfort.
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