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Keeping your enamel strong is important part of protecting your smile. Tooth enamel erosion happens when acidic substances break down the outermost layer of teeth. Enamel helps protect your teeth when you chew and insulates the teeth from temperatures. Enamel is susceptible to erosion. Here...

Regardless of what causes unattractive teeth, dental veneers may solve most or even all of your cosmetic dental issues. A dental veneer is an ultra-thin shell of tooth-colored porcelain or composite that is cemented over the facial surfaces of your teeth. They help makeover smiles...

Part of good dental health is proper prevention. Many things can cause the loss of enamel, sensitive teeth, and cavities. You can prevent some of the everyday damage if you avoid certain habits, and damaging foods. If left unchecked, these can cause serious issues that...

dental-fillingFilling isn’t just the white layer of cream between two Oreos! Fillings are also used by dentists to repair decaying and damaged teeth. You may find yourself needing a filling in your mouth if one of your teeth has a cavity or other injury. A filling is designed to prevent bacteria from entering and help you maintain full function of your mouth. Since fillings are now made using a variety of materials, you can work with your dentist to pick the filling that is best for your specific needs.

denture fullIf you are missing a significant number of teeth in your mouth, dentures offer a relatively simple and effective way to restore your smile. As with any dental treatment, dentures can be installed in multiple ways, so it’s important to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of each option. Overdentures and conventional dentures are both popular choices, but which is right for you? The Pros and Cons of Regular Dentures Standard dentures use a high tech plastic base to replicate gum tissue and support a full set of durable, natural-looking teeth. Dentures stay in place by forming a seal with the existing natural gums, which makes it possible to remove the dentures at any time. Many patients prefer regular dentures because they are so simple and removable. As soon as they are placed in the mouth, regular dentures create the appearance of a full, healthy, and attractive set of teeth once again.
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