Are You Shortening The Life Of Your Dental Crowns?

Posted on: 9 January 2023

When you receive a dental crown, you picture a tooth that you hopefully will not have to address at any time soon. This assumption is because a dental crown can last for decades. Unfortunately, some things can shorten the lifespan of your crown. Knowing some of these habits will hopefully help you address them.  Practicing Poor Oral Hygiene Although your dentist constructs your dental crown from man-made materials that are not vulnerable to decay, the underlying tooth and tooth root are not.
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What to Expect When Starting Invisalign

Posted on: 30 November 2022

Starting Invisalign treatment can be an exciting experience since it's common to feel empowered due to the positive improvement you're making for your smile. Whether you've been considering starting Invisalign for a while or were persuaded by your dentist to choose this treatment over braces, you'll need to expect to make adjustments to your diet.  Consider the following tips for adjusting your diet to support your Invisalign treatment.  Cut Down on Tea and Coffee
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4 Tips To Prepare For Dental Implant Surgery

Posted on: 25 October 2022

It is normal to feel anxious when preparing for a surgical procedure. Dental implant treatments aren't an exception. However, in the hands of gifted and skilled dentists, you should feel at ease. During your first consultation, the specialist will take you through what to expect during and after the procedure. This may help you feel more confident about the procedure. However, you might want to research and equip yourself with tips to prepare for tooth implant surgery.
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What Can You Do About A Gap In Your Front Teeth?

Posted on: 22 September 2022

If you've noticed a gap between your front teeth, you may have decided that it's time to change this. While many people embrace this gap, others feel self-conscious about it. Your cosmetic dentist may offer some insight into gap treatments. These are a few options you might consider if you are trying to create a more symmetric smile.  Dental Bonding  Dental bonding uses resin to fill in a gap between the front teeth.
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