Restorative Dentistry Facts For Those Looking To Improve Their Smile

Posted on: 14 February 2018

When you struggle with the appearance of your teeth, it can affect everything. You may not smile the way that you want to. You may feel like you can't smile because you don't want everyone to see your discolored or damaged teeth. What you may not understand is that you have several options as far as restorative and cosmetic dentistry to improve your smile. Here's what you need to know about restorative dentistry to improve your appearance.
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Two Ways Bariatric Surgery Can Damage Your Oral Health

Posted on: 24 January 2018

Bariatric surgery is designed to help people lose weight by reducing the size of the stomach, so at first glance it doesn't seem like the procedure would have any effect on a person's oral health. Appearances can be deceiving, however, because bariatric surgery can cause significant changes to occur in the body that result in tooth and gum damage. Here are two ways this procedure can have a negative impact, and what you can do about them.
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3 Ways A Dental Implant Can Improve Your Confidence

Posted on: 27 December 2017

If you've been missing a tooth for a while, you probably know that having that tooth replaced with a permanent fix will make you feel better about your smile. However, getting a dental implant set where your tooth used to be could actually improve your self-confidence beyond how your smile looks. Here are three additional ways getting your missing tooth replaced will improve how you feel about yourself. Better Speech
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Do You Have Periodontal Disease? What You Need To Know About Whitening Your Teeth

Posted on: 25 November 2017

If you have periodontal disease, more commonly known as gingivitis and gum disease, it is not recommended that you undergo traditional whitening procedures in a dental office. But this does not mean that you have to live with yellow teeth. If you have periodontal disease, here is what you need to know about teeth whitening: The Reason a Whitening Treatment Is Not Recommended Traditional teeth whitening treatment in a dentist office involves the use of bleach or hydrogen peroxide on your teeth.
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