4 Surprising Things You Can Do To Keep Your Smile Brighter And Healthier

Posted on: 8 February 2017

You might think that if you maintain a good relationship with your dentist and floss, brush, and rinse your mouth regularly, you will never have any major dental issues. Sometimes it's hereditary, other times it's because of the foods that you eat, but your smile can begin to chip and fade despite your very best efforts. The good news is that there are a couple of little known tricks for improving oral health that also have teeth whitening qualities that you can utilize to improve the appearance and strength of your teeth.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Veneers And Chipped Teeth

Posted on: 8 February 2017

If you have chipped a tooth, you may be wondering if a veneer can be placed over the tooth. A veneer is sort of like a fake fingernail for your tooth. It can be placed over the tooth to hide or disguise flaws in it. Here are a few of the questions you may have about veneers and a chipped tooth, as well as the answers. Can a Veneer Be Placed Over a Chipped Tooth?
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3 Tips That Will Help You Take Care of Your New Crowns

Posted on: 3 January 2017

If you just got some crowns placed in your mouth, taking care of them properly should be one of your top priorities. Here are a few tips that will help ensure that your take the best care of your new dental crowns as you possible can.  #1 Ditch the Chewy When you have a dental crown in your mouth, in general, you need to stay away from foods that are really chewy and sticky.
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Excessive Teeth Wear Could Indicate Malocclusion

Posted on: 20 December 2016

Oral health issues, such as tooth wear, can seem rather mysterious to many people. This is especially true when wearing seems to occur over and over again only in certain portions of the mouth. When this occurs, tooth misalignment or malocclusion is the likely culprit. What Is Malocclusion? Occlusion refers to the alignment of the teeth, particularly the proper alignment. When they are aligned properly, a person is said to have perfect occlusion and their teeth on the top and bottom should close perfectly, with the grooves of the molars fitting without a problem.
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