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Do Dental Veneers Ruin your Teeth?

Do Dental Veneers Ruin your Teeth?

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Did you know that dental veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments around the world? A dental veneer is a ceramic tooth-shaped shell that is placed over the natural tooth to improve appearance by changing the shape, size, and shade of the tooth. They are usually used on the front surface of teeth. They can also be made out of a composite resin, but porcelain has been proven to last longer. This procedure requires little or no anesthesia and can be the ideal choice for improving the appearance of the front teeth. Veneers are usually placed to mask discoloration, to brighten teeth, and to improve your smile.

Ways to Relieve Pain after a Dental Implant

Ways to Relieve Pain after a Dental Implant

by Bevon Findley (SU)
If you have lost any teeth from disease or injury, dental implants are often the most effective way to replace them. After undergoing implant surgery, you can expect a healthy smile that looks naturally attractive. Recovery is relatively short, with minimal risks and permanent, rewarding results.

What are the Differences Between a Dental Crown and a Dental Implant?

What are the Differences Between a Dental Crown and a Dental Implant?

by Rismary Cabrera
Keeping up with all of the latest dental terminology and procedures can get a bit confusing at times. When some terms are used interchangeably and others are not, it may leave some people in a fog as to what is actually happening to their smile during his or her dental treatment.

Pedriatric Dentist: Setting Your Child Up for a Lifetime of Good Oral Habits

Pedriatric Dentist: Setting Your Child Up for a Lifetime of Good Oral Habits

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People who are health-conscious realize that they must follow a good diet and exercise routine on a regular basis. Many people do not realize how important oral health truly is. It is important to be aware of having a healthy mouth in order to have a healthy body. The same goes for oral hygiene, as it can help us live a longer life.