3 Tooth Replacement Options That Employ Dental Implants

Posted on: 28 June 2016
 The dental implant has become a popular method of restoring one or more lost teeth. A tooth  may require extraction due to trauma, such as a crack through the root of the tooth or dental decay that is beyond repair. Once a permanent tooth has been lost, there is no way for the body to regenerate it. However, the tooth can be replaced using a dental implant. The dental implant does not simply rest at the gum line.
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2 Orthodontic Options That You Will Barely Notice

Posted on: 8 June 2016
If your teeth are not perfectly straight and you are concerned about how braces may affect your appearance, you may be surprised to learn that there are multiple alignment options that are barely noticeable on the teeth. Here are a few of them: Clear Plastic Aligners Clear plastic aligners are transparent mouthpieces that helped shift the teeth into proper position. The rigid plastic of the aligners gradually forces the teeth into alignment.
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Five Foods And Beverages That Are Surprisingly Good For Your Teeth And Gums

Posted on: 20 May 2016
When you think of foods that are good for your teeth, what comes to mind? Cheese? Yogurt? Maybe some crunchy celery? While all of these foods are certainly promoters of good dental health, there are plenty of other good things to chomp on when you're trying to keep your smile in top shape. Here's a look at five other foods that are surprisingly good for dental health. Eggs Eggs yolks in particular are high in vitamin D, a nutrient that interacts with calcium in order to build healthy tooth enamel.
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2 Oral Rinses To Help Reduce Sensitive Gums During Pregnancy

Posted on: 3 May 2016
Sensitive gums are often the sign of a bacteria infection like gingivitis or periodontal disease. However, during pregnancy, your hormonal levels can cause your gums to swell up. The swelling causes your gums to feel sensitive to food, brushing, and any small aggravation. This type of gum sensitivity will usually subside once your hormones get under control. However, you will usually have to endure this problem for months. Fortunately, there are a few oral rinses that you can use to help reduce some of your gum sensitivity until it goes away on its own.
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