Your Guide To Impacted Wisdom Teeth
27 October 2016
Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars to grow in, typically in adolescence and young adulthood. Unfortunately, these teeth are the most likely to become impacted as they grow in. When a tooth is impacted, this means that it has grown in sideways or tilted. Ultimately, it is positioned incorrectly because it does not have enough room to grow in properly. Sometimes this is painless, and sometimes it is incredibly difficult to endure.
3 Ways Seniors Can Benefit From Cosmetic Dentistry
7 October 2016
If you are a senior, you may think of cosmetic dentistry as various treatments reserved for younger patients. However, cosmetic dentistry serves many purposes that can improve your quality of life at any age. If your teeth are beginning to weaken and shift with age, you should consider some of the many benefits that cosmetic dentistry can offer you.
A More Youthful Facial Structure
When teeth fall out or are removed, the bone structure in your jaw will slowly deteriorate, causing a sunken, hollow appearance in your cheeks.
Lost A Lot Of Teeth Suddenly? Partial Dentures Can Protect Your Appearance
6 October 2016
If you were in an accident (such as a car crash) that caused you to lose a large number of teeth on the top or bottom, you need to get them replaced as soon as you can. Failure to do so will change the way you look and can be hard to repair afterward. Partial dentures are probably your best option for avoiding this problem.
Tooth Loss Will Affect The Shape Of Your Face
When Your Teeth Change Colors
22 September 2016
Having a colorful wardrobe is great. Having colorful teeth is not. If your teeth take on some vivid hues, you need to do some research to find out the reason why. No matter what shade they are, you can find treatment for this discoloration.
Few people have gleaming white teeth naturally, but your teeth should not be really yellow. Often, consuming certain foods or drinks can lead to discoloration. Tea, coffee, and red wine are frequent culprits and can usually be corrected by whitening using either OTC products or by having your dentist treat you in the office.