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The Big Benefits Of Invisalign

Not only do out-of-line or crooked teeth look bad, but they can also make it hard to clean them. When this happens, you can eventually come down with periodontal disease. This puts you at risk for damage to your gums and bones, as well as losing teeth. Braces are one way to mitigate this risk, but regular braces are not attractive and they are uncomfortable (even painful at times). Adults might be even more embarrassed than kids or teens to wear them. Read More 

4 Tips For Successfully Healing From Dental Implant Surgery

If you are in need of dental implants, you may be a bit worried about how the surgery process may go, as well as how well you will recover from it once it is over. Luckily, there are some easy ways to recover from the process smoothly and ensure that you can go about living as normal once you have quickly healed. Here are four tips to help ensure successful healing from dental implant surgery: Read More 

Veneers: Two Frequent Questions Addressed

Having teeth that are misshapen can be extremely embarrassing, and while there are many treatment options to restore the shape of your teeth, patients often have a limited understanding about these options. This is particularly true for veneers, but you should be better able to decide whether veneers are the right treatment for your dental issue after you have the following two questions addressed. Will The Veneers Protect Your Teeth Or Are They Only For Appearances? Read More 

Two Old Remedies That Really Work For Whitening Teeth

When you want to whiten your teeth, there are chemical bleaching kits that can be purchased over the counter to change your teeth by a few shades. If you are someone who does not like to put unnatural ingredients on your teeth, you may want to resort back to a few methods that were used years ago. There are a few folk remedies for whitening your teeth that can actually be effective. Read More 

What You Should Know About Getting A Dental Implant For Your Teen

If your teen loses a front tooth participating in sports or playing around, he or she will want to replace it as soon as possible since teens are usually self-conscious about their appearance. The best way to replace a missing tooth is with a dental implant. However, your teen may have to wait for this procedure until the growth of the skull and jaw stops. Here are a few things to know about teens and dental implants. Read More