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A Quick Look at What You Should Know on Composite Resin Bonding Used in Cosmetic Dentistry

These days, advances in technology enable dentists to solve all sorts of tooth problems through cosmetic dentistry. This area of dental practice is concerned with improving the aesthetic (and function in some cases) of your teeth and other tissues like the gums and jawlines. One way that dentists do this is by using composite resin bonding, a procedure aimed at improving the looks of your dentition by restoring the size, shape, and overall alignment of the teeth. Read More 

Types of Dental Crowns That You Could Choose From

If you require a dental crown for your oral health, you should keep in mind that not one type of dental crown would be suited for all oral health solutions. This is why there is a variety to choose from to ensure that not only will the crown be the most suitable option for you, but also that you can find something that would be within your budget. If you need more than one dental crown, you can even opt to use a combination of the different crowns available to ensure that your needs are met. Read More 

Four Ways Front Teeth Veneers Can Help You Financially

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-coloured shells your dentist can permanently attach to your front teeth. These veneers can make your teeth appear straighter, longer, shorter, less pointed, whiter or smoother, and they promise to cover a range of cosmetic issues on your front teeth. However, teeth veneers are more than just a cosmetic improvement to your smile. They can also be an investment into your long term financial health. Here's a look at how: Read More 

Can Your Dentures Change Their Shape or Size? What You Need to Know

If you're about to receive your first set of full or partial dentures, you need to do everything you can to look after them. Dentures can be a significant investment and of course, they are vitally important in your day-to-day life. Sometimes it can feel like your dentures can change their shape or even their size. But how is this possible? In some instances it might be due to improper care on your part (which is very easy to avoid), or it might be a natural part of the aging process. Read More 

Pica-Chew: Tips for Safeguarding Your Dental Health When You Have Pica

Pica is a condition where people eat things that aren't foods and do not contain nutrients. The issue has been described since ancient times, and people with pica may eat clay, rocks, feces, fingernails and a long list of other items. Unfortunately, pica has been associated with wearing down dental enamel and a few other issues. Luckily, there are ways you can minimise the damage. Take a look at these ideas: Read More