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Dealing With Teeth Whitening Sensitivity

Bleaching your teeth can make them sensitive to many stimulants, including hot or cold food and drinks. Below are some of the tips you can use to deal with such hypersensitivity. Treat Dental Ailments Ideally, you should only bleach healthy teeth. This is because dental ailments or conditions increase the risk of teeth sensitivity. For example, if you have gum disease, some of the roots of your teeth might be exposed. Read More 

Are Mini Dental Implants Right For You?

Dental implants are the most commonly used replacement product for missing teeth, and you might be interested in finding out if a dental implant is right for you. If so, there is a chance that you might be a good candidate for a mini dental implant. Here are several characteristics of mini dental implants, and the differences between mini implants and traditional implants: Mini Implants Have Just One Piece One of the key differences between traditional implants and mini implants is the number of components they use. Read More 

Are Dental Implants Right For You? 3 Things To Keep In Mind

If you are one of the 120 million Americans who are missing at least one tooth, there are a variety of tooth replacement options available. While bridges and dentures are common options for those who are missing multiple teeth, dental implants are another type of tooth replacement that you may want to consider. A dental implant is a titanium post or bracket that is surgically inserted into your jaw and that acts as a replacement tooth root. Read More 

4 Reasons You Might Need to Have Your Tooth Extracted

In most cases, your dentist will do everything possible to repair and restore your natural teeth. Unfortunately, there may be some circumstances when you will need to have a tooth extracted. This means that your dentist will remove your tooth and its underlying root through surgical means. Here are four reasons that you may need a tooth extraction: 1. Your teeth are too badly damaged. If you have tooth decay, your dentist will typically use a dental drill to remove the decay before filling the cavity with amalgam or composite fillings. Read More 

When Should And Shouldn’t You Use Invisalign?

Many cosmetic dentistry patients find Invisalign an attractive proposition. Invisalign is a method of correcting crooked teeth using invisible plastic liners. It's a highly effective method of correcting teeth, but there are some times when regular braces may be preferred. Here's how to decide between the two options. When You Should Use Invisalign There are multiple benefits to Invisalign. Over time, Invisalign shifts your teeth through a progression of plastic liners. Read More