Choosing An Implant For Your Tooth Replacement Solution

Posted on: 4 March 2022

When a person suffers the loss of a tooth, they may not know where to turn or what their options will be for replacing it. This can lead to individuals feeling more stress and uncertainty about this process than is necessary. It Is Easy to Adapt to Having a Dental Implant​ Many tooth replacement options will rely on bridges or other options that may not feel particularly secure in a patient's mouth.
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Why Are Crowns A Must After Root Canals?

Posted on: 24 January 2022

If you're currently scheduled to get a root canal on one of your teeth or know that you need one, chances are your dentist is going to tell you that you need to have a crown following your procedure. Dental crowns are designed to help cover and protect your teeth. But if you have already had your root canal and your tooth repaired, why is a crown a necessity? Here's the answer to your question.
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Thumbs Down: How Thumb Sucking Damages Your Child's Teeth

Posted on: 10 December 2021

Suckling is a natural reflex and one of the first your baby will demonstrate. It's vital for life since it allows feeding. However, that reflexive action may continue long after there is a need, and that can damage your child's teeth and more. Read on and find out more. Understanding Thumb Sucking Children may find that using their thumbs, sippy cups, or a pacifier soothes them when they are tired, overexcited, or bored.
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3 Ways to Ensure Your Comfort After a Tooth Extraction

Posted on: 29 October 2021

Teeth extractions are usually the last resort to treat a major infection, severe damage, or the death of a tooth. While nobody wants to lose a tooth, having a tooth extraction isn't the end of the world. Thanks to modern medicine and scientific advancements, you can rest easy knowing that you'll be well taken care of and will have what you need to be comfortable at home. However, maintaining that comfort level is also partially up to you.
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