3 Dental Treatments For A Diastema Between The Two Front Teeth

Posted on: 2 November 2016
Tooth gaps can occur when erupting teeth shift slightly out of place or when one tooth grows undersized compared to its neighbor. The gaps or diastema aren't always noticeable if the space is between two teeth towards the rear of your mouth. But a diastema between your two front teeth is far more noticeable and you might not look the cosmetic look of the gap. What are some of the dental treatments available for a diastema between the two front teeth?
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The Lactose-Intolerant Guide To Calcium-Rich Foods For Healthy Teeth

Posted on: 14 October 2016
If you want healthy teeth, drink your milk! You probably heard this sentence more times than you could count when you were in school. But what if you're lactose intolerant and cannot dine on dairy products? How are you supposed to keep your teeth strong and cavity-free? It's still important to get enough calcium; you'll just have to turn to these other, non-dairy sources. Soy Milk  Most brands of soy milk are fortified with calcium.
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Should You Get A Partial Denture For That Missing Tooth?

Posted on: 28 September 2016
Losing even one of your teeth can cause problems when it comes to speaking and chewing, and it can cause other teeth to potentially shift around in your mouth. It is important that you find a way to correct this missing tooth, for both health and cosmetic reasons. A partial denture is an affordable option that is completely removable. Here is what you need to know about each form of partial dentures to fix a missing tooth.
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3 Ways to Whiten Your Teeth

Posted on: 9 September 2016
Having white teeth can boost your confidence. Most people find yellow or deeply stained teeth unattractive. Nevertheless, dental discoloration is usually treatable. Here are a few ways that your teeth can be whitened. In-Office Dental Whitening If you would like to have your teeth professionally whitened in your dentist's office, the dental professional can safely perform the treatment for you. During a professional whitening treatment, the dentist uses protective guards to help pull your lips and other soft tissues of your mouth away from the teeth to minimize any irritation from the whitening solution.
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