Dental Guide

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7 Dental Care Secrets Worth Knowing

Everybody knows the basics of dental care—brush your teeth, go see the dentist, don’t eat too many sweets. There are many other ways you can help keep your teeth in tip-top shape, however, some of them are not so well known. Here are some dental care secrets to keep your smile bright and shiny, your breath fresh and inoffensive, and your teeth chomping well into your golden years. 1.... ❯❯❯

Options for Straightening Your Teeth

Having straight white teeth is a great way to transform your looks and to give yourself that Hollywood type smile that will make you look friendly, confident and approachable to others. If your teeth are grim and grey then of course this is a serious problem, but the good news is that this is relatively easy to change and there are various processes that can give you much whiter looking teeth. ... ❯❯❯

5 Remarkable Recent Advancements in Dental Health Technology

There have been amazing new technologies developed in dentistry that make going to the dentist much easier than in the past. Some of these technologies improve on detecting dental disease, while others make the dental experience notably more pleasant. Intraoral Camera The intraoral camera is gaining popularity as not only an educational tool for patients, but as an additional way for the... ❯❯❯

Do I Have Gum Disease? What Are The Signs And Symptoms?

Gum disease can cause a great deal of pain and discomfort and can lead to serious infection and other dental problems if you do not address it early on. It is caused by the build-up of bacteria, plaque and tartar on the teeth and gums. By following a consistent oral health routine at home and cutting down on sugar and processed foods, you can prevent it from occurring. Unfortunately, many adults... ❯❯❯

The Benefits of Regular Teeth Cleanings

Getting your teeth cleaned on a regular basis can be very important for many different reasons. While most people think that the largest reason is that it keeps your teeth healthy, it can also help you to keep your body healthy all over. Most dentists recommend that you get a cleaning every six months and this can be a way to prevent many of the issues that can occur from disease or decay. What... ❯❯❯

Taking Care of Your Oral Health

Teeth serve a very important purpose. The biggest purpose of teeth is to crush and grind up food to be digested in the body and this function is one that most people take for granted. They may just assume that sensitivity to hot, cold, or pain when chewing is just part of life, but it can indicate a very significant issue that can signify disease, decay, or infection in the mouth. Your teeth and... ❯❯❯

Teeth Whitening 101

How your teeth look can have a big effect upon the first impression that you set for people. Teeth whitening is a very simple process these days that can make a big impact upon the color of your teeth, as well as how you feel about yourself. Most people think that the at home kits are just as efficient, but they will take much longer for you to see results. In addition, if you have particularly... ❯❯❯

Emergency Dental Care Requires a Plan

There are few things more unpleasant than biting into some food and chomping down unexpectedly into something hard such as a bone or shell that chips or even breaks a tooth. When a tooth is chipped or broken, oftentimes there is a significant amount of pain that accompanies the injury and it is vital to get to a dentist quickly to get the problem taken care of. That is why having plans in place... ❯❯❯

Dental Post-Surgery Tips for Easy Recovery

Ask anyone who has been through it and they will tell you that recovering from even minor dental surgery requires extra time and comfort for the overall health and well-being of each patient. While the discomfort is only temporary, dental surgery limits a person’s ability to talk and eat properly and involves some over-the-counter pain medication during the healing process.Although needing a... ❯❯❯

Iinvisalign: A Great alternative to Braces

If you have been suggested to wear braces by a dentist, I know how that feels, it doesn’t feel good at all. No one wants all those metals in their mouth all the time. No one wants to go through the pain that comes with metal braces including wires irritating you. For people wearing braces, everybody wants to get the braces off sooner. It is just not what you desired for your teeth to get... ❯❯❯