Your Jawbone And Dental Implants: 3 Ways That Getting Implants Will Affect Your Bone Growth

Posted on: 19 January 2016
You may not know it, but your jawbone changes throughout your life via a process called bone remodeling. In this process, mature bone tissue is removed to make way for new bone tissue. This process never stops, no matter how old you get. However, there are some conditions that can affect the process. For example, tooth loss, periodontal disease and trauma can all result in the loss of bone tissue, making it difficult to place implants properly.
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4 Options For Brightening Your Teeth

Posted on: 30 December 2015
White teeth can make your smile look healthier and more attractive. However, many people suffer from teeth that are discolored. Your cosmetic dentist may suggest multiple options to brighten your teeth. Here are a few: Over-the-counter Whiteners Over-the-counter kits offer a variety of application options. There are whitening pens available that allow you to control the placement of the whitening solution. There are also plastic strips that are coated with a whitening gel that holds the strips against the teeth during the bleaching process.
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Periodontal Disease: Treating Pockets Between Teeth & Gums

Posted on: 14 December 2015
Do you have pockets between your teeth and gums that are full of plaque? The pockets are the result of you having periodontal disease that has not been treated, but a dentist can treat the condition to bring your gums back to a pleasant looking condition. Discover below what you should know about getting treated for periodontal disease to get rid of the plaque sitting beneath your gums. How are the Pockets Between Teeth & Gums Treated?
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What Everyone With Gingivitis Should Know

Posted on: 23 November 2015
If you have gingivitis, you aren't alone. While it isn't a normal part of aging and is completely preventable, many people suffer from some form of periodontal disease. If you are struggling with painful swelling and redness, check out these three facts that everyone with gingivitis should know.   Gingivitis Is Reversible, but Periodontitis Is Not There are two forms of periodontal disease: gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis is mild gum disease, and you may not even experience many or any symptoms with it.
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