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What to Do if You Crack or Chip Your Teeth

What to Do if You Crack or Chip Your Teeth

by Natalie (SU)
Biting into something hard such as candy or ice, grinding your teeth (bruxism), eating and drinking hot and cold things back and forth, accidentally hitting your tooth on a hard surface, or having an accident such as falling off your bike, are all reasons why someone could crack or chip their teeth. Teeth can crack or break due to a wide variety of causes, and it is always a frightening experience. In such an alarming situation, it’s good to know what to do when you have a chip or cracked tooth.

Seeing Your Dentist About Straightening Your Teeth with Invisalign

Seeing Your Dentist About Straightening Your Teeth with Invisalign

by Natalie (SU)
In 1997, Align Technology, today known as Invisalign, was born, thanks to the idea of Stanford University students Zia Chishti, Kelsey Wirth, Apostolos Lerios and Brian Freyburger. Chishti was at the orthodontist getting his braces removed, and afterwards was given a retainer to keep his teeth straight and from moving. When Zia received his retainer, he realized that a retainer similar to his might be just as effective straightening teeth as a set of traditional metal braces. The idea came after seeing how painful and unattractive metal braces actually were. He thought to himself about how he could possibly develop a better, quicker, and less painful way to get straighter teeth, and another form of dental alignment technology was born.

Preparing Your Child for Dentist Appointments

Preparing Your Child for Dentist Appointments

by Natalie (SU)
From a young age, we have heard everyone say things like “drinking your milk and eating your fruits and vegetables will help you grow up to be big and strong”. Well, the same thing goes for visiting the dentist. Regular visits to a dentist are a crucial part of helping a child grow up healthy and strong, to develop healthy, strong teeth. Unfortunately, though, children aren't always so receptive to the idea, sometimes seeing a visit to the dentist as a very scary experience.

Seeing Your Dentist if Your Child's Teeth are Not Falling Out

Seeing Your Dentist if Your Child's Teeth are Not Falling Out

by Stephanie Meadows
“My tooth is loose!” When a child’s tooth becomes loose for the first time, it represents a huge milestone in their lives. It is exciting, because losing a tooth is associated with the tooth fairy, and of course means that they are growing up. In other words, when your child loses their first tooth, it is almost like a rite of passage, or an honor to get a visit from the tooth fairy. As a parent, you will be able to cherish this moment in your child’s life forever. However, if it seems like their baby teeth are hanging on for too long, parents can become concerned that something might not be quite right.

Will My Dental Crowns Match the Color of My Teeth

Will My Dental Crowns Match the Color of My Teeth

by Stephanie Meadows
While your dentist has the primary role of helping you maintain proper overall oral health over the years, from your teeth to your gums, that’s not all they do. Part of a dentist’s job is their ability to give people beautiful smiles. For some people, it starts with needing their teeth straightened, while others want to go in and have stains removed and make their teeth look white and bright. In some cases, due to fractures, cavities, etc., dental crowns are needed. If you think that a dental crown is going to stand out from your natural teeth (they used to), then think again. Modern techniques and progressive new materials allow the dentist to not only match the shade of your natural teeth, but also the opacity.

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