Three Things You Need To Know About Dental Bridges

Posted on: 13 November 2017

If your dentist has suggested dental bridges as a way to correct your smile, you may be wondering why this option is the best for you over others. After all, there are many other options to correct the cosmetics of your smile, such as dental implants. To better understand why bridges may have been suggested for you, here are three things you should know about them: Fills the Gaps: What dental bridges do is create a crown for each tooth on either side of the gap in your smile.
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Tips For Getting Candy Shell Coloring Off Your Teeth

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Admit it -- with Halloween coming up, you've had more than your share of treats. Some of these may have included a lot of candy with sugary shells that have stained your teeth. If you've just eaten a bag of goodies only to look at yourself in the mirror and see a blue, green, orange, or other-colored smile, don't worry. You can remove those stains, though it will take time and careful attention.
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Getting Braces for the First Time? 3 Problems You Will Experience

Posted on: 18 September 2017

If you are getting braces for the first time you are likely wondering what it is going to be like having something always on your teeth. Fortunately, over time you will get used to your braces. In the meantime, however, you will notice certain problems, four of which are listed below. This way you can be prepared for your braces. Food Will Get Stuck in Your Braces One of the main problems you will have with braces is getting food stuck in them.
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3 Signs Your Child Is Ready To Brush Without Assistance

Posted on: 24 August 2017

From providing them with a happy, prosperous home and a quality education to ensuring they are healthy and well cared for, raising a child can be overwhelming at times. Because you are most likely so intent on protecting your child, you may be placing too much time and energy into assisting them when it comes to their health and wellness. At first, you should supervise your child while they are learning to brush their teeth.
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