What To Do If Your Dental Implant Crown Falls Off

Posted on: 10 December 2019
Dental implants are one of the longest-lasting and most reliable methods of tooth replacement out there, but nothing is flawless. Sometimes extreme pressure, damage, or other issues can cause a crown on a dental implant to come off. If yours has come off, here's what you need to do in order to get back to where you want to be as quickly as possible. Collect the Crown The first thing you should do is to collect the dental crown and keep it somewhere safe.
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Don't Let Your Clear Braces Become Stained

Posted on: 12 November 2019
If you don't want your braces to be visible, one option is to get clear braces. Many dentists offer this option, but they will only be invisible if you keep them clean. It's important to understand how to keep your braces looking beautiful.  Brush Your Teeth Like Always Fortunately, brushing your teeth frequently will go a long way toward keeping your clear braces stain-free. It's especially important to brush your teeth when you have clear braces because the brackets are more likely to become stained.
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Pros And Cons Of Vitamin C On Oral Health

Posted on: 14 October 2019
Everyone needs vitamin C in order to stay healthy. It helps support a healthy immune system and it also helps maintain optimal collagen function. It has strong antioxidant properties and is abundant in citrus fruits and green leafy vegetables. Consuming a vitamin C-rich diet or taking vitamin C supplements can have both positive and negative effects on your oral health. Here are some pros and cons of consuming large amounts of vitamin C to discuss with your family dentist.
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How Your Dentist Can Improve Your Smile

Posted on: 13 September 2019
If you are looking to improve your smile, it's time to find a local dentist who can help. To replace missing teeth, you can try dental implants. Dental implant technology uses small titanium rods that implant into your jaw bone, creating a secure point of attachment for a new crown. A synthetic crown is created that looks and feels like a natural tooth. Once the rod and crown are together, you have a new permanent tooth in your mouth.
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