When you think of dental implants, you likely assume they are permanent. In some cases, you may be able to remove the implants when you need to. Depending on your health and the severity of your dental issues, your orthodontist may allow you to choose between removable and fixed dental implants. Here are some factors to consider when you think about removable and fixed dental implants: How Many Teeth Are You Missing?…Read More »
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As your teeth develop, you may incur some oral discomfort. Thus, babies often experience teething pain. Still, even as you grow older, there may be some pain associated with the presentation of the teeth. However, discomfort from growing wisdom teeth may be a sign of a significant issue. Here is a bit of information about the wisdom teeth and issues that may arise as they grow. What Are the Wisdom Teeth?…Read More »
Dental crowns are most commonly used to protect your tooth after root canal therapy. However, dentists may also utilize them when the size of a cavity means an ordinary filling would be too unstable. Dental crowns can last decades as long as you care for them properly. Here are four things you can do to take care of your dental crown. Brush your dental crown. Dental crowns aren’t made from enamel like your natural teeth, but many of the same tooth care techniques still apply.…Read More »