Do you feel insecure about your smile because of missing teeth? Are you constantly in pain due to crooked, cracked, or infected teeth? Perhaps you're even frustrated with cosmetic dental work completed in the past, failing to see your desired results.
Now is the time to consider dental implants! They can help improve the appearance of your smile and are an effective solution to a wide variety of cosmetic dental issues.
We had the opportunity to work with this vibrant young lady at the Aesthetics Excellence course, taught by Dr. Rhys Spoor and hosted by Dental Ceramics Lab in Richfield, Ohio. She hated her smile and we did 10 upper veneers and crowns where appropriate.
Please “view post” to see her beautiful results!
We all know how important fluoride treatments are for children. However, did you know that fluoride usage for adults is just as important?
It’s never too late to start practicing a healthy oral hygiene routine for your teeth. Even adults should use fluoride to experience the amazing positive effects it has on our teeth. There are 5 clear benefits of fluoride treatments that all ages can appreciate.
Most people are surprised to learn that the average toothbrush contains over 700 kinds of bacteria. Fungi, viruses, and tiny microorganisms sit on the bristles of toothbrushes around the world, establishing a foundation for diseases to form.
If the thought of bacteria dwelling on the toothbrush you routinely place in your mouth doesn’t peak your curiosity about changing your oral hygiene habits, think about the poor physical condition of your toothbrush. Over time, the bristles on your brush become fanned out and spread apart.
Keeping the threat of oral bacteria and the physical appearance of your toothbrush in mind, the important question is how often should you change your toothbrush?
Many pregnant women carefully manage their diet, environment, and routine. However, these same women often fail to consider their dental health during pregnancy. This lack of dental health awareness can create serious consequences. Dentistry and pregnancy go hand in hand. Pregnancy often creates changes that can lead to serious dental problems, placing the mother and baby at risk.