5 Dangers of Smoking After Dental Implant Surgery

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If you are a smoker, you will no doubt know how difficult it can be to abstain from smoking even for a little while. However, if you have recently had dental implant surgery, although you may be tempted to have a single cigarette, it is important that you do not smoke at all during the recovery period. Below is a guide to the 5 ways that smoking can impact the success of your dental implant surgery.

23 August 2016

Signs You Need to See a Periodontist

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If you have noticed that your gums bleed when you brush your teeth or you have been told by a dentist that you have gum disease, there may come a point when you need to be seen by a periodontist. This is a type of dental specialist that deals with periodontal disease, from gingivitis to the more advanced periodontist. They provide treatments like bone grafts, scaling and root planing, and gum grafts.

23 August 2016

Is It Possible to Save Money with Dental Implants?

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If you need to have a tooth replaced with a prosthesis, would you like to take the removable option where you receive dentures that need to be taken out each night? Or would you prefer the natural and long-lasting option of a dental implant? While not everyone is a candidate for dental implants, their appeal is rather logical. The prosthetic tooth is essentially bolted into your jawbone, giving it a true sense of permanence.

5 August 2016

Questions You Might Have About Getting Braces as an Adult

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Braces are not just for kids any longer; many adults today decide to get braces on their teeth, usually to correct problems that were not addressed when they were kids. This can mean an overbite, crooked teeth, and the like. If you're thinking of getting braces as an adult, note a few questions you might have and then discuss these with a dentist or orthodontist if you're still unsure of the procedure.

20 July 2016

Wisdom Teeth Removal -- What's It All About?

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You've been told that you need to have your wisdom teeth removed. If they're not causing you pain, you may be wondering why. Read on for reasons that wisdom teeth are extracted and what's entailed. What Are Wisdom Teeth? They are the last set of molars you get at the back of your mouth, also known as the third molars. There are four in total and they usually come in from the late teens to the mid-twenties when the rest of your teeth are generally in place.

27 May 2016

3 Common Questions About The Tooth Whitening Process

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The quest for perfectly white teeth and that killer smile often keeps cosmetic dental health practitioners busy with one patient after another, all of whom want to have their teeth whitened. Individuals looking to have their teeth whitened for the first time often have a number of questions with regards to the whitening process. This article provides answers to three of these common questions. Why Won't The Dental Insurance Provider Pay For Tooth Whitening?

27 May 2016

Dentures and Oral Thrush: Can Oil Pulling Help?

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If you wear dentures, you may be more prone to getting oral thrush infections than you were before you had your false teeth fitted. Often known as dental stomatitis, this kind of thrush can make your mouth feel very uncomfortable; you may also find that your dentures are painful to wear. While medications may help you get rid of a case of thrush, they may not prevent it returning. If you have persistent problems, you may want to try oil pulling to see if that can get rid of the problem once and for all.

27 May 2016