Three Things That You Should Know About Dental Bonding

Posted on: 26 December 2018
If you have a tooth that is chipped or worn, your dentist will likely recommend dental bonding as an effective solution for you. If you're the least bit uneasy about dental procedures, there may be a part of you that feels a little anxious about dental bonding ā€” especially if you don't know anything about it. It's time to put your mind at ease. By learning a little about this highly common cosmetic dentistry procedure, as well as understanding that it's also one of the simplest things that you can have done at the dentist, you'll be ready to set up your bonding appointment to improve the look of the tooth in question.
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How A Cosmetic Dentist Can Restore Your Teeth For Added Confidence

Posted on: 27 November 2018
Having issues with your teeth from an aesthetic standpoint is never fun. It can hinder your ability to feel confident when smiling. Fortunately, you can get this confidence back by getting help from a cosmetic dentist. They can restore problematic teeth in the following ways. Whiten Yellow Teeth It's quite common to have some teeth with yellow stains. You may not have kept up with brushing or may be an avid smoker.
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When Your Child Should See A Dentist Over A Loose Or Missing Tooth

Posted on: 24 October 2018
Does your child have a loose or missing tooth? Do you have concerns about when your children will start to lose their teeth, or have you had problems or concerns over your child's oral health in the past? Children start losing their teeth at a certain age, and once teeth start to come out, new permanent teeth are ready to take their places. When should your child see a dentist over a missing or loose tooth?
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How Do Dentists Keep Track Of What Restorations You Have Or Don'T Have?

Posted on: 28 September 2018
When you go in for a dental exam at a new office, your dentist will use all sorts of techniques to get a full scope of your restorations and other dental issues. Full examinations combine radiographs, intraoral imaging, palpation, instrumentation (like dental explorers), and so on. But how does the office keep track its findings after an exam? Your dentist will use something known as dental charting. What is Dental Charting?
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