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3 Effective Procedures to Fix an Overbite Professionally

Dec 15, 20227299 Views

When your bite alignment isn’t correct, it could lead to dental problems. One of the most common dental issues to occur in children and adults is buck teeth. Also known as an overbite, this condition can affect the aesthetics of your smile. But more than that, it could lead to discomfort. In this blog, we’ll […]

Crown vs. Veneer: What Are They, Benefits & Procedures

Nov 30, 2022170 Views

When exploring restorative dentistry options, you might have come across veneers and crowns. Both of these options help restore your teeth and improve their appearance. But how to know which choice is right for you? Continue reading this blog to learn the difference between veneer vs. crown. We’ll go over what they are, what purpose […]

Wondering How Dental Veneers Work?

Nov 15, 2022342 Views

Whether you’ve chipped or stained your tooth, dental veneers can help. They’re becoming quite popular in the dentistry world. Still, they’re relatively new compared to filling, crowns, and other alternatives. Hence, many people ask how do veneers even work. Carry on reading to get information on dental veneers. What are Dental Veneers? Dental veneers are […]

9 Possible Reasons All Your Teeth Hurt Suddenly

Oct 30, 20221047 Views

Many people complain of sudden tooth pain that seems to come out of nowhere. While many factors can make your teeth hurt, your dentist can help you better understand what you’re experiencing. Tooth pain is quite common and usually results from tooth sensitivity, infection, or a crack. Hence, continue reading if you’re wondering, “Why do […]

What Causes Calcium Deposits on Teeth? Can you get Rid of It?

Oct 15, 2022587 Views

Do you know what calcium deposits on your teeth are? Those rough patches or hardened, discolored areas on your teeth might be hardened plaque, tartar, or calcium deposits. It usually forms when you don’t pay the required attention to your oral care. However, they can appear even if you take good care of your oral […]

Filling Fell Out of Your Tooth? Here is What to do!

Sep 30, 2022314 Views

Are you worried because your filling fell out? Even though fillings usually last long, many factors can affect their durability. A filling falling out of a tooth is not something to take lightly. Therefore, keep reading to know what to do if your filling falls out. Why Your Filling Fell Out If your filling has […]

Flossing With Braces: 3 Ways to Get the Job Done

Sep 15, 2022498 Views

your oral care just because you haven’t got the hang of flossing with braces just yet. It could lead to Dental health issues! But, to help you out, we have mentioned how to floss with braces. How Do You Floss with Braces? You have braces to fix the alignment of your teeth and steer clear […]

What to Do if Crown Falls Off?

Aug 30, 2022684 Views

A dental crown acts as a knight in shining armor for your tooth after it gets badly damaged due to decay or trauma. While they cover your entire tooth like a cap, dental crowns are just as prone to damage as your natural teeth, if not more. So if your dental crown fell out and […]

Should You Wait to Eat After Filling?

Aug 15, 2022244 Views

Many people dread visiting the dentist, but it is not as scary as they assume. In fact, they are meant to help your oral health get better. Some dental procedures require aftercare, and you might have heard that you should not eat after a cavity filling. Your dentist will give you some instructions after your […]

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