Three Possible Causes of Dental Occlusion Issues
29 December 2015
Dental occlusion is the manner in which your upper and lower teeth meet when you chew, or your mouth is at rest. Ideally, the upper teeth should be in maximum contact with the lower teeth when you close your mouth. Unfortunately, the fact that you have a proper occlusion now doesn't mean it will be the case forever. Here are some of the things that may interfere with this arrangement:
Why A Root Canal Is Better Than Extracting A Problem Tooth
11 December 2015
When you have a tooth that has infected pulp, a root canal will be necessary to repair the tooth. Some people believe that having the tooth extracted is a viable alternative to having a root canal, and that it will be an easy process that fixes all of the problems for good. This could not be farther from the truth. Here are 3 reasons why root canals are a better option than tooth extractions.
4 Ways To Improve Your Smile Today
19 November 2015
Your smile makes a huge impact on the first impression that you give off, which is especially important on the job. When you meet with new clients or you are interviewing, a beautiful smile can make more of an impact than you may otherwise think. In order to achieve a beautiful, white smile, you may consider these four ways to help improve them:
Teeth Whitening: Discoloration of the teeth is something that happens naturally as you age.
3 Herbal Teas To Relieve Soreness After A Dental Implant Procedure
30 October 2015
Dental implants are useful for replacing broken or missing teeth. The implants can be shaped and colored to match your existing teeth. Installing a dental implant involves embedding a titanium post into the bone socket of the tooth it is replacing. Once the post bonds with the rest of the bone in your mouth, the replica tooth is then added. This entire process can leave your mouth feeling a little sore.