A Guide To Receiving Dental Implants

Posted on: 2 June 2016
If you want to keep your dental health at its best, one of the best things you can do is get a set of dental implants. These implants will allow you to fix some gaps in your teeth by way of a porcelain insert that is attached to a titanium rod. You will be able to reach out to dentists in your area who can assist you with any service that you need.
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Injured Your Tooth? 4 Injuries Your Cosmetic Dentist Can Help You With

Posted on: 16 May 2016
When you think of a cosmetic dentist, you probably think of teeth whitening. However, cosmetic dentists do much more than that. In fact, they actually treat many dental emergencies that relate to damaged teeth. If you've suffered a dental emergency in which your tooth has been injured, you need to consult with your cosmetic dentist as soon as possible. If you're not sure whether your injury requires immediate attention, here are four injuries that require emergency treatment.
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3 Problems That May Occur If Your Wisdom Teeth Remain In Place

Posted on: 27 April 2016
Your wisdom teeth are the final permanent teeth in your mouth to erupt from your gums. For some people, these teeth never fully break through the gums. Still, whether a wisdom tooth is un-erupted, partially erupted or fully erupted, there may be multiple problems associated with it. Here are a few issues that may occur: Crowding from Un-erupted Wisdom Teeth Wisdom teeth that have not erupted and are not properly aligned with in the jawbone can cause the other teeth to shift due to the pressure that the growing wisdom tooth places on adjacent teeth.
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Ways An Orthodontist Fixes An Overbite And Gap From A Missing Tooth

Posted on: 11 April 2016
If your teen child has an overbite and is congenitally missing a lower molar, an orthodontist might be able to fix these issues and straighten the child's teeth with braces and temporary anchorage devices (TADs). Here are several things you should realize about braces and these specific issues. How braces correct an overbite When a child has an overbite, it means that the child's upper jaw is positioned too far forward.
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