4 Foods You Should Be Eating For Your Teeth

Posted on: 2 February 2016

Everyone knows how important it is to brush your teeth often. This is one of the most important things when it comes to oral care. However, in addition to brushing your teeth it is also important that you eat foods that will keep your teeth clean and healthy. Here are a couple foods to eat that you may not have known were good for your oral health. 1. Carrots and Apples
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3 Ways To Prepare For A Successful Dental Implant

Posted on: 12 January 2016

Dental implants are prosthetic teeth that are used to replace natural teeth that have been lost from decay or trauma. An implant, is surgically placed inside the jawbone of the patient, where it fuses with the bone through a healing process called osseointegration. Once the implant has properly healed and stabilized, in cases of a single-tooth replacement, it can be topped by an abutment and a dental crown. However, in instances where there are multiple teeth missing, the dental implant may serve to stabilize a dental bridge or an overdenture.
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Missing Some Teeth? An Overview of Dental Bridges

Posted on: 21 December 2015

If you are missing some of your teeth, then you may want to find a permanent solution that's minimally invasive. A dental bridge may be a good option since it meets this criteria. The information offered below will help you to learn about the process for having a bridge put in, what makes you a good candidate for getting one, and what you can expect after it is put in.
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Dental Implants: How To Care For Them And How They Differ From Natural Teeth

Posted on: 3 December 2015

Dental implant technology has changed dramatically over the past two decades. Today it is possible to have missing teeth replaced with natural looking, permanent dental implants in only a few visits to your dentist. While dental implants look and feel like natural teeth, they are different in a number of ways and require a bit of extra special attention to stay healthy. When you care for your dental implants properly, they should last permanently.
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