Archive for July, 2012

Easy Ways To Break Your Teeth

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

The quality of teeth is often used as a measurement of your general health. Keeping your teeth strong and healthy not only gives you a glowing white smile, it protects your mouth and other parts of your body. Teeth are really strong, but they can chip, crack (fracture) or break. Broken teeth are an expensive, painful, and harmful problem that we all want to avoid if all possible. So how do teeth get broken in the first palace and what can be done to avoid this problem.

Fluoride and Its Need

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Anyone who wants to prevent cavities, decrease tooth sensitivity, or slow the growth of bacteria. If your water doesn’t already have enough naturally taking place fluoride, it is most likely added. The people who drink water without fluoride should consider using a fluoride mouthwash or prescription paste or gel.

Selecting Veneer for Yourself

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Veneer is a thin wafer like ceramic material that is custom made to be bonded onto a discolored, chipped, worn or mildly mal-aligned tooth. It gives excellent esthetic properties because of its translucency that mimics actual enamel of a tooth. Dental veneer will require a significant amount of enamel to be removed from your existing teeth. Sometimes, they are used for people who have large gaps between the teeth, in order to conceal them.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

Full Mouth Reconstruction is a procedure to rectify the relationship between bone, gums, teeth and muscles. Full mouth reconstruction is the use of many methods of dentistry to create the correct relationship between gums, bones, muscles, and teeth. The mouth is a complex machine without a proper bite, chewing can become impaired teeth can become worn the jaw and neck can become sore and even migraines can occur. The result is a perfect smile.