Tips For Recovery After Dental Implant Surgery

Posted on: 20 December 2017

If you're getting ready to undergo surgery for dental implants, you need to be sure that you're prepared for the recovery period. Your oral surgeon will provide you with a series of aftercare instructions to guide you, but it's in your best interest to be ready before you go in. Here are a few tips that will help you to get through the first few days after your surgery. Expect Swelling
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Heading Out For Winter Sports Fun? 3 Ways Mouth Guards Can Protect Your Dental Implants

Posted on: 24 November 2017

If your winter is going to involve some outdoor activities, such as skiing, snowboarding, or even mud football, you're going to need some protection. Helmets, gloves, and knee pads go a long way towards protecting your body from injuries while you're busy enjoying yourself. However, if you haven't taken steps to protect your mouth, you could be at risk for some serious dental injuries. Before you get involved in the outdoor activities this winter, stop by your dentist and get fitted for a custom mouth guard.
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4 Ways To Get Rid Of Discoloration On Teeth

Posted on: 27 October 2017

Sometimes teeth remain discolored no matter how much time is spent on brushing them. The problem can be the result of several things, such as naturally becoming discolored from old age. Just because you have been unable to whiten your teeth, it doesn't mean that it isn't possible to be done. Seeking help from a professional might be the resolution to the problem, as there are several ways to achieve satisfactory results.
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3 Tips For Packing Tooth-Healthy School Lunches

Posted on: 2 October 2017

When your kids go back to school, you have a lot of things to think about, from new clothes to haircuts to school supplies. There's also the all-important school lunch to think about. Of course, you want your children to have healthy lunches when they're away at school, but making sure that lunches are tooth-healthy is often overlooked. However, it's not hard to incorporate foods that help make a lunch better for your child's dental health.
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