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4 Things That Happen After Dental Implant Surgery

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The process of recovering from getting dental implants is equally as important as the procedure itself. Your home care plays a vital role in how the surgical site heals and if the implant will integrate successfully with your jawbone. Here are a few things to know about what happens after the surgery. What Happens With The Sutures It's important to know what kind of sutures are used in your gums for the dental implant procedure.

18 April 2022

Three Necessities To Save A Knocked-Out Tooth

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Many people will experience having a tooth knocked out at some point in their lives. This can be a painful and traumatic experience to endure, but the good news is that if you know what to do, it's usually possible to save the tooth and put it back where it belongs. By doing so, you can avoid needing additional procedures to have an artificial tooth put in. If you're not sure how to preserve a knocked-out tooth and need to know what to do in a hurry, read this guide.

14 March 2022

Answers To Questions That Patients Repeatedly Ask Regarding Sedation Dentistry

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Dental anxiety affects children and adults alike. Usually, this fear of dental visits stems from the thought of being in pain once in the dental chair. Additionally, the thought of dental instruments such as dental drills, dental syringes, excavating spoons, and more will compound this anxiety. If you do not overcome this dental anxiety, you probably tend to avoid visiting a dentist altogether, which will progressively harm your oral health since you are not seeking preventive maintenance from a professional.

26 January 2022

Top 4 Health Benefits Of Visiting Your Dentist

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A dentist is your go-to person when you want to fix a tooth issue or maintain the health of your teeth and gums. But do you know visiting a dentist can also significantly improve your overall health? Indeed, your oral health has a very real positive or negative impact on both your physical and mental wellbeing. To help you learn more, this post discusses four health benefits of visiting your dentist.

5 November 2021

4 Common Services Offered In General Dentistry

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When most people hear of dental health, they automatically think of general dentists. That's because they are the most common, making up about 80% of all dental care providers. The other 20% involves dental specialists like pediatricians, endodontists, oral pathologists, and prosthodontists.  General dentists provide preventive and restorative services, including teeth cleanings, x-rays, sealants, and cavity fillings. Instead of specializing in one area of dentistry, they are trained to handle a wide range of dental procedures and treatments.

5 November 2021

4 Amazing Benefits Of Invisalign Dental Braces

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Is your teenage kid's self-confidence waning because they are wearing metal dental braces? Fortunately, more effective and almost invisible dental aligners are available. Polyurethane Invisalign dental aligners are transparent and fit perfectly on each tooth. To install these aligners, an orthodontist starts by scanning the dental structure. It allows molding the braces to perfectly fit the ridgeline of the teeth. It is hard to see these braces unless you look closely.

27 September 2021

Why Are Dental Crowns Beneficial?

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If you have a problem tooth, your dentist may advise you to repair it. Part of the repair may contain a dental crown. If you have never had a crown before, you should know why it may be the best option for tooth restoration. Dental crowns have a variety of benefits you need to know about. The following are some of the benefits of getting a dental crown: Dental Crowns Provide Protection

17 August 2021

2 Non-Surgical Treatments For Periodontal Disease

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If your gums bleed when you brush your teeth, you may have problems with gingivitis. Gingivitis is the first stage of periodontal disease, and it is the stage at which the problem can still be cured. Once it moves past gingivitis, your periodontal disease can't truly be cured; it can only be treated so that it doesn't get any worse than it already is. There are a number of treatments that your dentist can use to help treat your periodontal disease.

8 July 2021

Signs You Need A Dental Implant Restoration

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Dental implants have a success rate of more than 95% and are one of the most durable teeth replacement solutions. However, the crown attached to implants needs to be replaced every 15-20 years. Here are some signs you need a dental implant restoration. Cracked Crowns The crowns used for dental implants are usually damaged by sudden trauma. Crowns can develop cracks when you bite down on a hard object. Other situations when your crowns can get damaged are during sport accidents and when you have mouth injuries.

26 May 2021

4 Tips For Choosing Your Dental Procedures

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Dentists do their best to keep their patients' teeth healthy. Sometimes dentists need to perform cavity fillings or root canals when a patient's teeth have started to decay. If you need restoration work on your teeth, there are likely several options available to you through a dentist. Some of these options are more inexpensive than others, but every treatment has its pros and cons. Here are four steps you can take when deciding on a particular dental treatment:

15 April 2021