How Do You Floss With Braces?

Posted on: 26 January 2015
Just the thought of trying to floss with braces can be intimidating.  In fact, you might be tempted to give up flossing entirely.  This isn't a good idea—flossing is vital for good dental health.  So what is a braces wearer to do?  Here's how you can—and why you should—floss even though you're wearing braces. Why floss? The main difference between brushing and flossing is that a toothbrush cleans the tops and other visible portions of your teeth, whereas flossing cleans the spaces between your teeth.
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Types Of Dental Veneers

Posted on: 15 January 2015
Dental veneers are a thin layer or shell that can be placed over your tooth by a dentist. Veneers serve two purposes: improving the appearance of your teeth and protecting a damaged tooth from further decay. Dental veneers can give you a much more appealing smile, which is why many cosmetic dentists use them. They can also reduce your tooth's sensitivity to heat and cold. Applying dental veneers is not a difficult procedure.
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Can Invisalign Work For Your Condition?

Posted on: 6 January 2015
Dental braces have been used for a very long time to correct several dental misalignment conditions.Some  people do not like their metallic and quite visible nature, despite them being effective. To many, the fear is in looking dorky or weird when wearing braces. Invisalign braces solve this problem by introducing an invinsible, custom- made and comfortable solution for braces. Invisalign braces are removable. Over a course of weeks, invisalign aligners will align your teeth as your dentist constantly adjusts them until your perfect smile has been achieved:
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Mouth Care After Pocket Reduction Surgery: Avoiding Unnecessary Trips To The Gum Doctor

Posted on: 18 December 2014
Pocket reduction surgery or periodontal flap surgery is often necessary because the individual has receding gums that show signs of gum disease. A periodontist who specializes in treatment of the gums typically performs the surgery. Taking proper care of your gums and mouth post-surgery can help you to avoid needing more procedures in the future.   Why Pocket Reduction Surgery Is Necessary? The gums anchor your teeth in your mouth. Unhealthy gums often recede and then the roots of your teeth can be exposed by the deep pockets that result from this problem.
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