How to restore your worn tooth enamel

Posted on: 2 April 2018

Your teeth have to last a lifetime, and they are vital to your ability to eat, as well as things like self-confidence and making a good first impression. This is why dental care is so important, specifically when it comes to tooth enamel. What is enamel and why is it important? Believe it or not, tooth enamel is the strongest material in the human body. This is the hard, outer layer of the teeth that everyone can see.
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Crowning Glory: What Material Should You Choose For Your Next Dental Crown?

Posted on: 13 March 2018

Having a dental crown fitted to a badly damaged tooth can be a great way to save your smile and preserve as much natural tooth as possible, without going to the trouble, effort and expense of having the tooth extracted and replaced with an implant or fixed denture. However, no two crowns are ever the same, and they differ as much in the materials used to make them as the shapes they take.
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Why It Is Best to Complete Your Root Canal Before Going Diving

Posted on: 20 February 2018

In general, an endodontist will fully complete a root canal treatment in 1-3 appointments. Badly infected teeth may require at least two appointments. This is to ensure that the tooth is completely free of infection. In addition, some teeth, such as the upper molars, are more difficult to treat because they may have up to 5 canals, each of which may contain infected tissue. If your diving holiday happens to be scheduled between these stages, you may be considering going for your final appointment after your holiday.
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Brace, Brace, Brace: 3 Easy Ways Every Orthodontic Patient Can Ensure Best Results

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Wearing braces is very common these days, both for teenagers and for adults.  While the type of brace and individual procedures may vary, there are a few things common to every patient.  First, your treatment will last for approximately one to two years—although some rare cases can fall outside that range.  Second, and perhaps most importantly, you can't leave it all to the device itself.  You will need to take an active part in taking care of your teeth and your brace in order to make sure your smile looks the very best that it can once the brace is removed.
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