What You Need To Know About Dental Implants

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A dental implant is an artificial tooth that is placed in your jawbone. This titanium material is implanted in your jaw to provide support for a denture, bridge or a crown. The two types of implants are endosteal and subperiosteal implants. The endosteal implant is placed inside your jaw bone, whereas a subperiosteal implant is placed on your jaw bone if you have insufficient bone height or cannot wear dentures.

17 June 2020

Signs You Have Found the Best Orthodontist

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Irregularities in your jaw and teeth can reduce the beauty of your smile and make you lose your self-confidence. Fortunately, an orthodontist can help you attain that perfect smile you desire. An orthodontist will work with you for several months, so you cannot afford to pick an unsuitable specialist. The result you get is dependent on the orthodontist you choose. Finding an outstanding orthodontist can be challenging, especially if it's your first time.

3 December 2019

Types of Cosmetic Dental Treatments

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The cosmetic dentistry industry is rapidly growing. It encompasses a wide array of dental treatments that aim to improve the appearance of people's teeth. These treatments include, but are not limited to, teeth whitening, braces and dental implants. Correcting chipped and misaligned teeth is also a huge part of cosmetic dentistry procedures, with thousands of people now opting to wear clear aligners under the guidance of cosmetic dentists.  Dental clinics dedicated to cosmetic dentistry with experienced dentists carrying out treatments are popping up everywhere.

30 October 2019

Tooth abscess? See your emergency dentist

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Although people often think a dental emergency would involve a broken or knocked-out tooth, there are other types of dental problem that require an emergency visit to the dentist. An abscessed tooth is a serious problem that may require immediate treatment. What is an abscess? A tooth abscess is caused by an infection around the bottom of the tooth, which leads to a build-up of pus. It can be caused by tooth decay or by a chipped or broken tooth where a gap in the enamel allows harmful bacteria into the tooth.

19 September 2019

Down Syndrome and Dentistry: Does Your Child Need Extra Attention?

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As the parent of a child with Down syndrome, you will undoubtedly seek out specific forms of care and assistance (such as education and healthcare) that acknowledge your child's condition, while still allowing them to thrive. But what about dental care? Down syndrome can result in a particular set of challenges when it comes to developing and maintaining healthy teeth. A Different Schedule There's an average age for the eruption of a child's first set of teeth.

9 July 2019

How To Support Your Preteen When They Get Braces

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The preteen years are probably the most common time for getting braces, as the shape of your child's adult teeth becomes clear. However, getting braces can be difficult and can worry your preteen. Luckily, there are things you can do to make things easier for them and to support them. Make Sure They're Feeling Okay There are many things that preteens worry about when getting braces. For example, they may be worried about how braces might look.

25 May 2019

5 Tips to Avoid Dry Socket After Wisdom Teeth Removal

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When you have your wisdom teeth taken out, you need to be proactive to reduce the risk of dry socket. This condition develops when the blood clot that naturally forms after the dentist removes your wisdom tooth dislodges too early. It is often very painful, so it is worth taking all the steps you can to avoid dry socket. These five top tips can help. 1. Avoid Smoking After Wisdom Teeth Removal

28 January 2019