Trauma And Facial Reconstruction: 3 Tooth Replacement Timelines For Severe Injuries
17 December 2015
It's not uncommon for teeth to become displaced or knocked out during an event that causes facial trauma. If the trauma is mild, most natural teeth can be re-inserted, provided that they aren't chipped or broken. However, implantation must occur immediately. If a natural tooth is put back into place within 30 minutes of being knocked out, there is a 50 percent chance that it will survive. After an hour, the chances of survival dwindle to zero.
2 Tools You Can Use At Home To Keep Your Teeth Clean
29 November 2015
You should have your teeth professionally cleaned on a regular basis. The recommendation is that you should have them cleaned by your dentist every 6 months. When you get done with the appointment, your teeth usually feel really nice. You probably want to make sure that you keep that feeling for the next 6 months, until you can get into the dentist again. There are tools that you can use at home, other than your toothbrush or dental floss, which can help you keep that feeling.
Tricks For Improving Your Smile On A Budget
10 November 2015
What do you do if you wish to improve your smile, but can't afford it? You can either give up on your dreams or look for a viable alternative. If you opt for the latter route, look for ways of reducing the costs or getting the money to get what you want. Here are a few useful tips for improving your smile without breaking the bank:
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Potential Dental Treatments When You Have An Overbite And Crowding
7 October 2015
Bite issues such as underbites, overbites, and crowding can occur due to the improper eruption of teeth and/or the misaligned development of jawbone. Bite problems can weaken the cosmetic appearance of your smile, and you might experience physical symptoms such as difficulty chewing or holding your mouth closed comfortably.
Cosmetic dentists have designed different methods for treating each type of bite problem. But what if you have two bite issues concurrently such as an overbite and crowding?