Dental Implants Vs. Dentures: Choosing The Right Solution

Posted on: 24 February 2023
Loss of teeth affects not only your appearance but your oral health as well. If you lose one or more teeth, filling the gap can reduce the risk of oral health problems.  Tooth replacement is also a viable option that supports remaining healthy teeth on both sides not to move or become crooked. Two of the most popular ways to replace missing teeth are using dentures or dental implants. Here's a rundown of what you should know about the two teeth replacement procedures.
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How Your Dentist Can Help You Feel Comfortable During a Tooth Extraction

Posted on: 22 December 2022
Going to the dentist can feel like a stressful experience for many people. The thought of going through a tooth extraction can be particularly nerve-wracking, especially if you've never had one before. But fortunately, dentists are well-versed in ways to help their patients feel comfortable and relaxed during this procedure. Below are some ways your dentist will ensure you feel at ease during a tooth extraction. Dental Sedation The first way your dentist will make sure you feel comfortable during a tooth extraction is by offering dental sedation.
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Three Guidelines for Getting Good Results from Your Overdue Dental Appointment

Posted on: 16 November 2022
If you have been overlooking your oral health, you should consider setting up an appointment with a qualified dentist. Often, people ignore the need for a dental check-up until problems such as cavities, gum disease or injuries occur. Unfortunately, the lack of regular medical assessment can lead to the escalation of minor issues. For instance, minor gingivitis could turn into periodontitis if the disease is not detected early. Therefore, plan for your long overdue dental check-up as soon as possible.
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Cleaning and Maintaining Your Invisalign Aligners

Posted on: 8 September 2022
Choosing the Invisalign treatment plan likely came to you after a lot of consideration. You likely looked at the pros and cons of the aligners. You also talked to your dentist to determine if this type of dental treatment was right for you. Of all the research you did, one of the main topics you may have overlooked was how to clean and maintain the aligners properly. Here are some of the key tips for cleaning and maintaining your aligners and maintaining your oral health as well.
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