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Aug

2015

Is it difficult to create implants at the front of the mouth?

Dental implant placement is generally not a traumatic process, with people differing in their response to the process, as they do to any other surgical procedure. That said, having an implant placed at the front of the mouth takes special attention.
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Apr

2015

5 Common Myths and Facts about Dentures

There are many myths surrounding the use of dentures, some of which prevent unknowing people from achieving the best dental health and improving their appearance and confidence. Whatever people say about dentures, the truth is that they are more prevalent than you think. Here are 5 myths about dentures that you are likely to have heard.
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Apr

2015

Understanding Implants: Dental Implants vs Mini Dental Implants

Dental implant surgery is one of the most common and widely practiced cosmetic procedures and, thanks to advancements, is less painful and more effective. It involves the placement of a titanium-made, artificial tooth root in the jawbone to hold an artificial tooth. Typically performed to replace a lost tooth, surgeons can use either the regular dental implants or mini dental implants. Here's a look at the differences and pros of each of them.
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Apr

2015

The Importance of Dental Sealants to Prevent Tooth Decay

A dental sealant refers to a thin, plastic coating that is typically bonded to the chewing surfaces of back teeth where decay is most prevalent, though it can also extend onto the tongue sides or cheek depending on the fissures found there. Sealants are designed to fill the deep grooves on the chewing surfaces of premolars and molars, which helps to prevent cavities by as much as 70 percent.
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Mar

2015

Have You Considered Tooth Reshaping to Improve Your Smile?

Tooth reshaping or dental contouring is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that involves making subtle changes to your teeth to make a big difference. Dental imperfections like irregularly shaped or overlapping teeth, excessively pointy cuspids, or minute chips in the teeth can easily be fixed with tooth reshaping to improve your smile almost instantly. This involves removing small bits of tooth enamel in order to change the surface, shape, or length of one or more teeth.
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