Everything You Need To Know About Caring For Your Temporary Dental Crown

Posted on: 29 June 2022

New ceramic dental crowns are fitted as soon as possible, although they must first be manufactured to the specifications determined by your dentist—obtained with a manual mold of your tooth, or a 3D digital model. Your new crown won't take a great deal of time to be ready, but since your tooth has been prepared for its new crown, this means that some of your dental enamel has been shaved off to accommodate the dental restoration.
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How Professional Laser Teeth Whitening Works

Posted on: 20 May 2022

Not satisfied with the color of your teeth and want to do something about it? If so, you should meet with a cosmetic dentist about having your teeth professionally whitened. Here is how a laser whitening treatment works. Consultation The process starts with getting a consultation with your dentist. They need to make sure that you are a good candidate for getting teeth whitening since it's possible that you may have discoloration that cannot be treated by whitening.
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Severe Gag Reflex & Need Dental Work? Sedation Dentistry Can Help

Posted on: 11 April 2022

A gag reflex is normal in everyone. It's your body's natural, automatic mechanism to keep anything from entering the larynx, pharynx, and trachea. For some people, however, their gag reflex can be so severe that it makes it difficult for them to have any dental work done. It's very probable that they avoid going to the dentist because doing so can be a traumatizing experience.  If this sounds like you, and you've been avoiding going to the dentist even though you desperately need to, sedation dentistry can help.
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Does Your Tooth Need A Root Canal?

Posted on: 28 February 2022

Do you have a tooth that is causing you problems, and are worried that it needs a root canal? If so, it will help to know some of the warning signs that could indicate that there is a problem that requires a visit to the dentist. Localized Swelling You'll want to pay attention to if there is any swelling around the tooth. The need for a root canal is because the pulp of the tooth is infected, so there will likely be some sort of localized swelling around the affected tooth.
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