What to Do When Your Dental Crown is Damaged or Loose

Posted on: 25 October 2017

There are many reasons why a dental crown can become damaged or loose. Whatever the reason, it can be a rather alarming feeling. Dental crowns are designed to last, and yet there are instances where they might not stand the test of time. So what are some of the reasons why a dental crown can become damaged or loose? And what is the best way to deal with the situation?
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A Bone to Pick: Why Your Gum Has a Shard of Bone Protruding From It

Posted on: 2 October 2017

When teeth are extracted from the front of the mouth, the process is usually a fairly simple one. This is because the roots of incisors, canines, and premolars are quite short in length and are relatively straight. However, when it comes to wisdom teeth, also referred to as third molars, the opposite is often true. Wisdom teeth often have longer roots than the rest of your teeth because they have been growing for much longer and erupt much later.
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What Makes up Dental Implants

Posted on: 12 September 2017

Dental implants are artificial roots which are fixed into a person's jaw to hold a replacement bridge or tooth. These are considered as good options for individuals who have lost a tooth or teeth due to diseases or injuries. The dental implants are made from two main types of materials which are considered safe and durable therefore requiring minimal dentist visits after implantations.  The materials used to create the dental implants include; Zirconium and Titanium.
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3 Common Misconceptions That Might Keep You From Going to the Dentist

Posted on: 11 August 2017

No doubt very few people actually like going to the dentist, but regular dental visits are necessary. While visiting the dentist will help ensure you have healthy teeth and gums, many people put off their regular visits, sometimes because of misconceptions they have about seeing a dentist. Note a few of those misconceptions here, and then you can ensure you're protecting your oral health. It's painful to visit the dentist
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