3 August 2015
Porcelain veneer is designed to look and function like a natural, normal tooth enamel. While some aspects of porcelain veneer care are a little different from natural tooth care, veneer care involves only a few basic rules and tips.
Your recommended tooth cleaning routine will remain the same with or without veneers. Brush your teeth and floss twice daily using a standard toothbrush, tooth paste and floss. There are toothpastes on the market that are designed specifically for cleaning porcelain veneers, but using these products is not necessary.
How to Keep Your Kids Laughing It Up after Dental Sedation
17 July 2015
Nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas, is one of the most commonly used types of sedation in pediatric dentistry. Laughing gas is known to impart a euphoric or even giggly feeling within minutes. The effects continue for the whole procedure since the child gets a continual dosage of the gas until the dental work is complete. Some of the laughing gas effects may last for a short while after leaving the dentist's office, although the majority of kids will feel like themselves within 10 minutes following the procedure.
Your Questions Answered: Does Your Teen Need a Dental Bridge?
25 June 2015
Few things can impact your teen's self-confidence as much as appearance issues. This is just one reason why a lost tooth can be traumatic for a young adult. On top of the appearance problem, missing teeth can cause the remaining teeth to shift out of alignment or pose a hygiene challenge. Teens are too young for permanent solutions, like implants, but a bridge is a semi-permanent option that is available. This guide will help you understand bridgework and how it can help your child.
3 Discreet Braces Options For Adults With Crooked Smiles
9 June 2015
If you're an adult and you want to have your crooked teeth corrected but you are self-conscious about how you're going to look with braces, there are a few treatment options you can try that aren't very noticeable. You don't need to have thick metal brackets with heavy metal wires around your mouth. Instead, you can get a discrete option that people are barely going to notice while you're fixing your smile.