2 Tips For Preventing Tartar Buildup Around Your Removable Partial Dentures
6 June 2016
Removable partial dentures can be a convenient solution to fixing a few missing teeth. They can easily be accessed when it comes time to clean them. However, unless your partial dentures are cleaned properly, they will accumulate food and other debris. This will turn into plaque and harden into tartar. If your partial dentures have a tan discoloration, then this may be a sign of tartar buildup. Allowing tartar to build up on your dentures can be dangerous for your teeth.
How Do Dental Crowns Work?
17 May 2016
Dental crowns play a massive role in modern dental work, so it isn't particularly surprising that you might need to get at least one at some point in your life. Crowns can be used to handle a wide variety of problems and are excellent for restoring the shape and integrity of a tooth. To help you get a better understanding of how the installation process works and why you might need to get a crown, here are some tips:
Immediate Loading Of Dental Implants: A Primer
29 April 2016
If you are going to undergo dental implant surgery, it's important to note that, in some cases, you will not have false teeth installed immediately. Rather, the implant process revolves around installing a sort of "base" in your upper or lower jaw and some time will be given in which it is revealed whether your body will accept or reject the implants. However, in other cases, the false teeth can be loaded in 24 to 48 hours after the surgery.
When To Use A Cement Crown Or A Screw Crown For An Implant
12 April 2016
When you lose a tooth, you need to restore your smile for more than cosmetic reasons. When you put pressure on a tooth, it will travel down the root and stimulate new growth in the bone. When you lose a tooth, the bone loses this stimulus, the bone stops replenishing, and the teeth around it can start to migrate. A dental implant can restore this stimulus, but you will need to choose between a screw-on crown and a cemented crown.