In the realm of dental care, technological advancements have made it possible for patients to receive a dental crown within a single day. This process, known as same-day crowns, has become increasingly popular due to various reasons. Time Firstly, time is often a critical factor in the decision-making process. Traditional crowns require multiple visits to the dentist, with a waiting period of one to two weeks for the crown to be created in a dental laboratory.
18 September 2023
Dental implants have revolutionized the world of dentistry by providing a permanent solution to missing teeth. They offer a natural-looking smile and restore oral functionality, allowing you to enjoy your favorite foods without any difficulty. But, after getting dental implant surgery, it’s important to properly care for your new teeth. This includes being mindful of the foods you eat. This comprehensive guide will discuss the foods you should avoid after getting dental implants.
1 August 2023
If you have missing teeth, you're not alone. Many Americans have at least one missing tooth, but you don't have to turn to dentures or dental bridges anymore. Dental implants are a great option to replace one or all of your teeth. if you would like to know more, read more below about the types of dental implants. 1. Endosteal Implants Endosteal implants are more common and popular because of their many benefits.
26 June 2023
Dentistry has evolved significantly over the years, and modern dentists have an arsenal of sophisticated techniques at their disposal. Among these advances, surgical implant procedures have become increasingly popular, largely due to their success rate. Read on to find out more about dental implant surgery and the methods at the disposal of many dental practitioners today. Dental Implants Implant dentistry is a widely used method for replacing missing teeth. Dental implants typically consist of three parts: the implant itself, an abutment, and a crown.
15 May 2023
Shortly after you brush your teeth in the morning, you may notice that your breath does not reflect your oral hygiene routine and starts to smell. No matter how often your brush and floss your teeth or swish mouthwash, you just cannot seem to get your breath smelling fresh. If you suffer from chronic bad breath, also known as halitosis, there may be an underlying condition that is causing it. Below are a couple of the possible reasons why you are suffering from bad breath, both of which can be treated by a dentist.
5 April 2023
You might not immediately think of your dentist when you have bad breath. Rather, you think of chewing gum, mouthwash, and making sure you brush your teeth all the time. Bad breath is a social problem, not a dental one, right? Wrong — when you have bad breath, you have a dental condition, plain and simple. This is because bad breath is caused by bacteria and debris in your mouth, or can be caused by a sinus infection.
6 March 2023
There are many reasons to visit a dentist. Not only do they help you maintain good oral health, but they are there to treat any conditions you may have pertaining to your teeth. A relatively common dental malformation that is most often first seen in children but will follow them into adulthood is Hypodontia. But what is Hypodontia, and how is it treated? Here is some information about it. What is Hypodontia?
20 January 2023
Gum disease is an infection of the tissues that surround and support your teeth. It can cause pain, swelling, and redness in your gums. Unfortunately, untreated gum disease can lead to tooth loss, so it's important to know what symptoms to look for and how to treat it. Here's what you need to know about the signs of gum disease, treatment options available, and tips for prevention. What Are the Signs You Have Gum Disease?
16 December 2022
Your child's pediatric dentist might recommend interceptive orthodontic treatment, such as space maintainers and expanders, at an early age to help prevent major malocclusions down the road. Even if a child hasn't had interceptive treatment, he or she can still benefit from braces and retainers down the road. However, before one commits to a treatment plan for their child, they should be aware of orthodontic relapse. Even when teeth are corrected, they have a tendency to return to their previous positions.
31 October 2022
A temporary dental crown is designed to cover and protect a tooth while a permanent crown is created in a dental lab. And sometimes, a dentist will protect a tooth with a temporary crown until a patient can afford a permanent dental crown. But temporary crowns are more fragile and less reliable than permanent crowns. Keeping a temporary crown in for too long could cause problems. In general, it takes about two weeks for a permanent crown to be ready.
7 October 2022