Answering Questions About Common Cosmetic Dental Issues

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Ensuring that you have the best smile possible can be an important factor in maintaining your appearance. However, it is an unfortunate fact that your teeth can suffer damage, which can seriously compromise the appearance of your smile. Luckily, there are an assortment of cosmetic dental procedures that can be used to help restore your smile. If you are relatively inexperienced with cosmetic dentistry, you may benefit from learning the following answers to questions about common dental issues.
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3 Ways To Wear Dentures With Confidence

Posted on: 28 March 2016

Dentures are something that you may need if you have lost a number of teeth to decay or gum disease. Whatever the case, dentures are a great way to replace your teeth and have a beautiful smile once again. However, getting used to the dentures can be challenging and it may be difficult to feel confident while wearing dentures. Here are three ways to wear your new dentures with confidence:
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2 Tips To Prevent Bone Atrophy While Wearing Dentures

Posted on: 1 March 2016

Bone atrophy occurs when your jaw bone begins to shrink in size. Your jaw bone can easily begin to erode because of any added stress. Your jaw bone will also quickly shrink if it is constantly experiencing any extreme force. This process is common in denture wearers because the dentures add an added layer of stress to the bone in the mouth. Therefore, if it is not caught and prevented early on, this can lead to a number of dental problems down the line.
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Lost A Tooth? Here's Why It's Important To Replace It Soon

Posted on: 10 February 2016

If you've lost a tooth or had to have one pulled, it's important to have it replaced – and soon. Here's a look at why prompt replacement is so important, and what your options include. Why must you replace a tooth quickly? The roots of your tooth nestle within your jaw bone. Their presence stimulates blood flow to the jaw bone, essentially keeping that bone alive. When the tooth is removed and there is no nerve to stimulate the bone, the bone tends to break down and dissolve over time.
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