Veneer Knocked Loose? Here Are the 3 Simple Things to Do Straight Away!

Posted on: 27 September 2018

Veneers are one of the best ways to cover up a multitude of teeth problems, including chipped teeth, discoloured teeth and spaces between the teeth. While veneers usually last a decade or more with good care, accidents do happen sometimes. If you have an accident that dislodges your veneer, it's important to respond in the right way for the sake of your oral health. Here are the three things you should always do as soon as your veneer is knocked out of your mouth.
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Is a Crown Making Your Breath Smell Bad?

Posted on: 30 August 2018

You'll be used to having bad breath occasionally if you eat something pungent; however, this kind of smell typically goes away quickly. If a bad smell keeps popping up in your mouth for no reason, then you'll be trying to work out why. If you have a dental crown, then this might be the root of your problem. How can you tell? Smell Test the Crown If you suspect that your crown is making your mouth smell nasty, then try one or more of the following smell tests:
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5 Teeth Cleaning Tips For People With Braces

Posted on: 27 July 2018

If you have braces, it can be difficult to thoroughly clean your teeth. However, cleaning is extremely important. If you don't manage to clean all the plaque from your teeth, bacteria can multiply and put your teeth at risk of developing cavities. Use these top tips to clean around your braces to protect your teeth from decay. 1. Switch From Manual to Electric If you currently use a manual toothbrush, consider switching to an electric one.
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3 Useful Insights for Parents Regarding Dental Space Maintainers for Children

Posted on: 11 July 2018

Most babies suffer from premature loss of baby teeth, which can lead to problems with the development of permanent teeth in the future. Notably, loss of baby teeth causes a delay in the formation of permanent teeth because adjacent baby teeth tend to occupy the space that is left by the missing teeth. Notably, space maintainers are installed in the spaces to pave the way for the normal eruption of permanent teeth.
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