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What Orthodontic Issues Can and Can’t Invisalign Fix?

July 30, 2020

Invisalign can fix the following issues in some patients, depending on the severity or if there are a combination of issues: Overbite Can Invisalign fix an overbite? In some cases, Invisalign can move teeth so that the top and bottom teeth align properly when your mouth is closed. Crooked Teeth Invisalign is a comfy and … Continue reading “What Orthodontic Issues Can and Can’t Invisalign Fix?”

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Treatment for Loose Teeth

July 15, 2020

Explaining loose teeth treatment is much more complicated than this brief review will allow. For this reason, you need to see your dentist for a detailed assessment and diagnosis of what is causing your loose teeth. However, what you are experiencing may be the result of periodontal (gum) disease. A bone that normally supports the … Continue reading “Treatment for Loose Teeth”

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Pulp Capping Procedure

June 30, 2020

It is no surprise if you aren’t familiar with pulp capping. It’s not nearly as common a dental procedure as filling a cavity or even having a root canal. Yet, in some cases, capping may offer a viable alternative to root canal treatment. So let’s take a closer look. Tooth decay is among the most … Continue reading “Pulp Capping Procedure”

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The Link between Sleep Apnea & Bruxism

June 15, 2020

Each year around 40 million people living in the US become victims of chronic sleep disorders. One common sleep disorder is teeth grinding, also known as bruxism. Not many people are aware that bruxism is often a result of undiagnosed sleep apnea. Symptoms of Sleep Apnea & Bruxism in Adults There are good chances of … Continue reading “The Link between Sleep Apnea & Bruxism”

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What is a Luting Agent?

May 30, 2020

A luting agent is cement that your dentist uses to help secure a dental restoration such as a crown or fixed bridge — to your teeth. The purpose of dental cement is to make sure that your dental restorations stay fit in your mouth. Qualities of an Ideal Luting Agent It does not matter what … Continue reading “What is a Luting Agent?”

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The Dos and Don’ts of Invisalign Cleaning

May 15, 2020

Do you have an issue with your bite alignment? Or have crooked or crowded teeth? If the answer is a yes to both or any one of it, you don’t need to worry a dime because Invisalign is here to rescue you. Invisalign makes you feel special about your smile and boosts your confidence. Invisalign … Continue reading “The Dos and Don’ts of Invisalign Cleaning”

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7 Tips to Keep Your Braces Clean and Strong

April 30, 2020

Wearing a dental appliance can be irritating and annoying, especially when small food bits stuck in the wires and elastic parts. If keeping your braces clean is proving to be difficult, here are some tips that can use in your favor. 1. Drink plenty of water Drinking plenty of water is beneficial on its own, … Continue reading “7 Tips to Keep Your Braces Clean and Strong”

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Chewing Gum with Dentures

April 15, 2020

It does not matter if you are a kid or a grown-up; the love of chewing gum never fades away. It provides freshness to your breath, boosts cognitive functions, eases stress, and give you an opportunity to behave like adult-by blowing bubbles! Some common questions that new dentures wearers keep asking the dentists are, “can … Continue reading “Chewing Gum with Dentures”

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Eating With Dentures

March 30, 2020

If you recently had dentures, adjusting your eating habits will take some time. But eventually, you will come to your regular diet. Though dentures replace your natural teeth, they will not feel the same, and you will have to change the way you handle your food. Taste and Sensitivity With the new device in your … Continue reading “Eating With Dentures”

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These Are the Worst Drinks for Your Teeth

March 15, 2020

Without any further explanation let us jump into why and what are the worst drinks for your teeth. 1. Coffee You must be hating this word on the top of the list because coffee is the ultimate energy booster that makes millions of people ready for the daily hustle and bustle. But the thing is … Continue reading “These Are the Worst Drinks for Your Teeth”

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