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Cosmetic Dentistry: Subtle Changes for Big Differences

Cosmetic dentistry involves large scale procedures such as braces for adults, but this field also offers simple procedures that can make a huge difference to your smile. Hi! My name is Corky, and I have been committed to having the best smile possible for years. However, like many people, I also have to live within a budget. Because of that, I have found the best ways to make my smile look amazing without spending a lot of time or money at the dentists. If you are looking for a place to learn about the procedures that give you the best value for your money, you have come to the right place. In this blog, I am going to discuss procedures ranging from teeth whitening to veneers, and I am going to tell you how to make your smile beautiful!

What Happens When You No Longer Have Enough Bone to Support Dentures?

When you lose a tooth and don't replace it with a dental implant, the bone in the area where the tooth was lost begins to disintegrate. Your jaw no longer needs that bone. Therefore, your body absorbs it and uses the minerals elsewhere. Although most severe in the first 12 months, this bone loss generally occurs over many years. Unfortunately, dentures can also exacerbate this problem because they place pressure on the gums. Read More 

Tooth Whitening Restores the Original Glow of Your Teeth

The appearance of your teeth can significantly affect how other people view you and your facial expressions. That's why tooth whitening is becoming a popular option for people looking to enhance their smile. Tooth whitening is a non-invasive procedure that is aimed at improving the appearance of the teeth. This is achieved through removing dirt and debris from the surface. Understanding how tooth whitening works can help you know what options you have in order to restore the glow that your teeth truly deserve. Read More 

What Type of Toothache Relief do You Need?

A toothache is never a pleasant experience, especially when you're not sure what the cause is. If you experience painful teeth for more than two days, or pain that's especially severe, you may want to contact your dentist. There are multiple approaches they can take to toothache relief and the one they choose will depend on the root cause. Analgesia until you can see a dentist Unfortunately, analgesia alone won't cure the cause of your toothache, but it can help you bridge the gap between now and seeing a dentist. Read More 

Misconceptions You Might Have About Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, as many people know, are molars that come in at the very back of the mouth, and they usually don't arrive until some years after you've gotten all your other permanent teeth. Getting wisdom teeth removed is a very common type of oral surgery, but before you assume that you need to have this done, note a few misconceptions you might have about wisdom teeth in general so you know what to discuss with your dentist about this procedure. Read More 

Top Reasons Why Your General Dentist May Recommend Tooth Extraction

One of the dreadful things that many adult patients don't want to hear from their general dentist (and understandably so) is that they will need to have their tooth (or teeth) removed. While dentures are ready replacements for missing natural teeth, they can never look and function exactly like natural teeth. Nonetheless, it is the dentist's job to recommend the best treatment options for the problems that their patients face, and if they recommend tooth extraction, they have good reasons for reaching that decision. Read More