How To Take Better Care Of Your Dentures

If you have lost a lot of teeth due to tooth decay or any other reasons, then your dentist may recommend that you get dentures. Dentures are a set of artificial teeth that you place over your gums, and they act like your natural teeth. To ensure that your dentures stay as clean and healthy as possible, this article will list a few different basic things that you can do. Are you interested in learning a little bit more? Read More 

Understanding The Process Of Same-Day Dental Implantation

If you are missing a full dental arch, then you have some options for reconstruction that include implantation of artificial teeth. And, some people will choose to look for an oral surgeon who is able to offer something called "teeth in a day." This is where the dental implant roots and the arch or artificial crowns are placed in one day. If you want to know more about this, then keep reading to understand it and also the possible drawbacks. Read More 

The Problem With Ill-Fitting Dentures

Dentures may be artificial teeth. However, they should not feel this way. When a person has their dentures in their mouth, the apparatus should basically be nonexistent. If you wear dentures and you can feel them in your mouth, you have an issue you need to address. Don't just ignore the problem. Ill-fitting dentures can lead to all sorts of problems; here are some of them. Bone Loss Whether you realize it or not your bones need stimulation to remain healthy, especially when it comes to the bones in your mouth. Read More 

3 Answers To Questions You May Have About Dental Crowns

Has your dentist told you that you need to have a crown added to your teeth? Are you concerned about what to expect since you've never had to deal with this type of situation before? Having any sort of dental work done can be scary for many people due to never having had to get any major dental work in the past. But knowing about the process can make the whole situation easier to handle. Read More 

Why You Should Have Your Teeth Whitened By A Dentist Before An Interview

Getting your teeth whitened can make a big difference before a job interview. While people don't like to admit it, studies have shown that people prefer it when others have whiter-looking teeth, especially if they're being considered for a job. If you're thinking of using this fact to your advantage, you should get your teeth whitened by a dentist. Here's why it's better than doing it yourself. No Sensitivity Gum and tooth sensitivity is very common after whitening your teeth at home. Read More