3 Benefits Of Using Nitrous Oxide At The Cosmetic Dentist
25 July 2017
When you go into the cosmetic dentist to have some dental work done, you may feel a bit nervous and unsure of what to expect during your cosmetic dental procedure. Most dentists realize this so they will give you the option of whether or not you would like to use some nitrous oxide or "laughing gas" during the procedure. There are so many benefits that come along with using the nitrous oxide, and many patients opt to use it.
What To Do When Clear Aligners Are Too Tight
28 June 2017
Crooked teeth can typically be fixed with braces and if you are lucky, you can choose to have clear invisalign aligners made to repair your dental misalignment issue. These aligners are made with your specific malocclusion issue in mind and sets are made continuously as you progress through the straightening process. You will want to move seamlessly from one set of aligners to the next. However, it is sometimes not this simple. If you replace your aligners after two weeks of wear, then you may notice that your new set is too tight.
Spotting Signs Of An Infected Tooth
24 February 2017
It is very important to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that you could have an infected tooth. This way, you will be able to get the prompt dental attention you need before the infection spreads and causes you severe physical illness.
Throbbing And Radiating Pain
If you have a pain in your tooth, you may not only have pain there, but it can radiate throughout your jaw and even done into you neck.
What To Expect When Having Your Braces Removed
24 February 2017
If you have been wearing your braces for a while, you are probably anxious to have them removed. Knowing how they are removed and what to expect from the visit can help to reduce any stress you might have about the procedure and help you prepare. The process is typically painless and it won't be long until you have a new smile to show off.
Preparing For Your Visit
Dentists will tell you how long you will need to wear braces, and while it's not an exact science when you can expect to have them removed, it is possible that the date may shift if your teeth have not moved enough or have shifted unexpectedly between visits, so keep that in mind as you set the appointment for removal.