Understanding Dental Inlays

Posted on: 2 December 2016

Dental inlays are one of the most versatile and effective restorative techniques employed by dentists today. Yet many patients fail to capitalize on the advantages offered by inlays, often because they simply don't have the right understanding. If you would like to boost your knowledge of cosmetic dentistry techniques, read on. This article will discuss three useful pieces of information regarding dental inlays. Inlays are used to restore a natural smile.
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3 Great Reasons To Get Dental Implants

Posted on: 14 November 2016

When you have a broken or missing tooth, you likely want to do something to repair this area. Having a broken or missing tooth can be embarrassing for you, and in some cases, it may even be painful. While there are a few different things that you can do to take care of this problem, on great option is to get a dental implant. A dental implant is a fake tooth that includes both a root and an actual tooth.
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Advantages Of Treating Tongue Tie In Infants

Posted on: 26 October 2016

Tongue tie, more formally called ankyloglossia, occurs when a tendon called the lingual frenulum is either shorter or stronger than usual, making it so the tongue's motion is restricted. This condition occurs in between 4 and 10 percent of all babies and is a genetic condition, meaning it can be passed down through families. It isn't always very obvious, but it can cause a number of issues if it isn't dealt with.
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Avoiding Sensitivity When Whitening Your Teeth

Posted on: 20 September 2016

Many people wish their teeth were whiter. The good news is that there are several over-the-counter whitening treatments available. These are safe and effective, and they can result in a noticeable difference in the whiteness and brightness of your teeth. Some people experience teeth and gum sensitivity while using them, however. Here are some tips on minimizing sensitivity during teeth whitening treatment. Follow the Directions  One common mistake people make is to think that if applying the gel or strips to the teeth once per day is good, then twice per day is better.
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