What You Need To Know About Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 27 December 2022

If you're looking for a way to brighten your smile and boost your confidence, consider cosmetic teeth whitening. If you are not sure what is involved, here's a closer look at what teeth whitening is and how it can benefit you. What Is Teeth Whitening? Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure involving bleaching the teeth' surface to remove discoloration. The most common causes of tooth discoloration are aging, smoking, drinking coffee or tea, and even taking certain medications.
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What Happens If You Need a Root Canal During Pregnancy?

Posted on: 21 November 2022

The majority of elective dental procedures (including teeth whitening and most forms of cosmetic dentistry) are unwise during pregnancy and should be delayed until after you've given birth. The same can be said for oral surgery, such as wisdom teeth removal, or receiving a dental implant. Essential dental treatment can (and should) continue throughout pregnancy. You must keep attending your dental checkups, and can receive general treatment as needed, such as having a cavity filled.
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Who Is a Good Candidate for Dental Implants

Posted on: 19 October 2022

Many Americans have missing teeth, but there are many ways to replace missing teeth, including dental implants. Dental implants are incredibly durable. Plus, they look like natural teeth because of the porcelain crown, which has the same translucent properties as tooth tissue. If you would like to know more, keep reading. You Have Missing Teeth or Need Teeth Pulled Dental implants are a serious procedure that should only be done if you have missing teeth or need teeth pulled due to infection and/or damage.
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Here's Why Your Child Should See An Orthodontist Earlier Than You Might Have Expected

Posted on: 15 September 2022

Does an adult with permanent teeth have different dental needs than a child with baby teeth? The principles are the same, but the details are a little different. This might be a little confusing when it comes to a kid's orthodontic needs. Logically, don't you have to wait until a kid's adult teeth have developed before braces can even be considered?  Developing Teeth As soon as their first teeth start to erupt from their gums, your child should start seeing a pediatric dentist or a kid's dentist specializing in baby teeth.
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