Three Major Risks Of Dental Bonding

Posted on: 2 September 2015

Dental bonding is an inexpensive and quick cosmetic treatment for dealing with minor teeth imperfections such as chipped, misshapen or colored teeth. However, it does have its risks that you should know about before proceeding with the treatment. Here are four examples of those risks: Allergy Reactions A few people are allergic to the common materials used in bonding or even the tools and instruments used in the process. If you are allergic to the treatment, then you may experience mouth  irritation and itchiness (especially the areas around the teeth).
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The Dos And Don'ts Of Caring For Your New Porcelain Veneers

Posted on: 20 August 2015

Are you considering getting porcelain veneers as a cosmetic dentistry option? These can be a great choice for those who have a few embarrassing imperfections, such as chips in the teeth or gaps in between teeth. If you decide to spend your money on porcelain veneers, however, you'll want to make sure to keep them well maintained. This way, you'll have a reason to smile confidently for many years to come.
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Yes, Children Can Get Gum Disease: Prevention And Treatment Of This Painful Condition

Posted on: 13 August 2015

When most people think of gum disease, they don't picture children or even toddlers. While gum problems are more common in adults, children can and do develop gum disease. However, there are ways to prevent it, and if your child is showing signs of it, most types can be reversed with proper treatment. Every parent needs to know the types of gum disease children can develop, how to prevent them  and how they are treated.
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How To Safely Maintain Damaged Teeth

Posted on: 28 July 2015

Brushing and flossing daily is usually acceptable as a standard dental hygiene regimen, but if you have teeth that seem to have problems with decay or chips despite your best efforts, you may need to change or add to what you do every day. Use A Gentle Brush Use a brush that has soft bristles. Brushing should be gentle, and shouldn't feel like you're trying to scrape anything off the surface of your teeth.
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