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.
Dentures: 3 Types, How Long They Last And Expected Difficulties When First Installed
22 March 2016
Perhaps you need dentures but you don't really know much about them. Here are a few details about three types of dentures, the difficulties experienced immediately after their installation and their general longevity.
What are dentures?
Dentures are custom-made replacements for either all or some of your teeth. To create the appliances, an impression is taken of your mouth, and the dentures are made to fit perfectly over your gums. They look like your natural teeth and are removable.
3 Orthodontic Options For Adults
3 March 2016
Many adults have misaligned teeth. Dental misalignment in adults can stem from hereditary factors. However, adults who have crooked teeth may suffer from this due to shifting that has taken place over time. Still, most dental misalignment for adults can be corrected using orthodontic applications. Here are a few orthodontic solutions that may be preferred by adults due to their discrete nature:
Lingual braces are metal braces that are applied to the side of the teeth that is next to the tongue.
Qualifications You Should Look For When Choosing The Perfect Pediatric Dentist For Your Child
25 February 2016
The experiences that a child incurs during his or her dental visits can help define his or her lifelong perception of professional dental care. It is important to find a pediatric dentist that your child can trust. Here are a few qualifications you should look for when choosing the perfect dentist for your child:
Ask about the dentist's education. If he or she is a pediatric dentist, in addition to four years of dentistry school, he or she should have two additional years of residency training in caring for the teeth of infants, small children and teens.