Missing Tooth? Here's Why You'll Want To Complete Invisalign Before Replacing It

Posted on: 27 June 2023
Can you undergo Invisalign treatment when you have a missing tooth? There's an order to your overall treatment, and it's quite straightforward. You must first complete the orthodontic repositioning of your teeth, and only then can you replace a missing tooth. Why must it happen in this order? Dental Prosthesis A lost permanent tooth must be replaced with a dental prosthesis (which is a realistic-looking false tooth, typically made of ceramic material).
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Under Your Gums: Dental Implants For All Types Of Jawbone

Posted on: 18 May 2023
You might think you know enough about dental implants to know they're not right for you. But do you know that there are different types of implants for different needs? Perhaps you dismissed the idea of an implant because you were told that your jawbone isn't thick enough to support one. And yet, even though this seems like a major hurdle, there are ways around it. Typical Implants A general single tooth implant (which is called an endosteal implant) resembles a small screw, which is essentially what it is.
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How Is Teeth Whitening Good For Your Oral Health?

Posted on: 6 April 2023
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Many people are looking to achieve a brighter, whiter smile, but some are concerned about the effects of teeth whitening on their dental health. However, teeth whitening can actually be a healthy choice for your teeth when done correctly. Here are some ways in which teeth whitening can be healthy for your teeth. Removes Surface Stains
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4 Children's Braces Options To Consider

Posted on: 1 March 2023
If your orthodontist recommends your child gets braces, your child might not be too happy, but childhood is the best time to get braces if they're needed. That's because your child's bones and face are still growing and their teeth are easier to reposition than they will be once your child is an adult. Besides, your child will get used to wearing the braces eventually, and they may not need to wear them for more than a couple of years.
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