Dental Implants: What You Need to Know About Temporary Dental Crowns

Posted on: 2 October 2017

The length of time necessary for each stage of a dental implant will vary from patient to patient. The tooth that is to be replaced might need to be removed before the actual implant (a metal bolt) can be inserted into your jawbone. You will then generally need to wait for osseointegration to take place, wherein your jawbone will fuse around the implant to secure it into place. Once this has occurred, an abutment can be fitted to the top of the implant before a specially fabricated dental prosthesis is permanently attached, thus completing the dental implant. [Read More]

Complications Arising From Dental Implants

Posted on: 13 September 2017

Dental implantation is one of the two main solutions to tooth loss, unlike dentures; this solution entails elaborate surgical operation invading jaw-bones and gums. You might have lost one or more of your teeth, leaving an undesirable gap in your mouth. You are considering, replacing them, but feel that dentures aren't just the thing for you, so implants remain the only choice. Before you decide to commit yourself to this dental procedure, look at some implications and complications. [Read More]

The Most Common Myths About Teeth Whitening: Facts Or Misconceptions?

Posted on: 11 August 2017

One of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments in the world is teeth whitening. It's an effective procedure for whitening your teeth, giving you a brighter smile, and many dentists offer the service. However, there are several myths and misconceptions surrounding the treatment that prevent some people from getting the procedure. Here are four common myths that should not deny you the chance to get a whiter smile. Myth 1: Teeth Whitening Is Painful [Read More]

Teeth Tuition for Toddlers Through Toys: 3 Fun Ways to Teach Toddlers the Importance of Brushing Their Teeth

Posted on: 22 March 2017

When it comes to brushing their teeth, some toddlers will do anything to ensure that bristly stick in your hand doesn't get anywhere near their mouth. This refusal to brush their teeth can turn each morning and evening into a nightmare for parents. No matter how much you try to reassure them that brushing their teeth is a good thing, some toddlers are simply too stubborn to be convinced—unless you get creative. [Read More]