What To Expect After Getting Veneers And Tips For Making The Transition Easier
20 April 2017
Now that you've decided to get new veneers, it's a good idea to spend some time becoming familiar with what you can expect and how you can best get used to them after they've been placed. Here's a breakdown of some expectations you should have and a few tips that will help make your overall transition easier:
Sensitivity to Hot and Cold
Because a thin layer of your real teeth is removed before the veneers are placed, you can expect your teeth to feel sensitive to hot and cold foods and beverages for the first week or two after getting your new veneers put in.
Top 4 Reasons To Visit A Cosmetic Dentist
14 April 2017
Visiting a dentist regularly is an important part of good oral health, but in this day and age dentists can do so much more than just fill cavities or perform root canals. Cosmetic dentists are skilled in a number of procedures that improve the appearance of your smile, while also providing benefits for the health of your teeth. There are a number of reasons to see a cosmetic dentist, such as:
Tips for Dealing With Painful Molars
10 April 2017
Dealing with painful molars can be a difficult thing to do, especially if there is one on each side of your mouth. Molar pain is usually caused from there being a cavity present, but it can also stem from a dental abscess. You must keep in mind that if an abscess is responsible for the pain, your overall health can be at risk for being harmed. The reason why is due to the abscess containing pus that is full of toxins.
Why You Should See A Dentist Before Using Prosthetic Teeth
5 April 2017
False teeth can be a lot of fun, especially for costuming purposes like cosplay or during Halloween. While false teeth are generally designed to be safe to wear without damaging your oral health, you should consider seeing a dentist before wearing them. Read on to learn why seeing a dentist before trying on artificial prosthetic teeth is so important.
Adhesive Under Gums
When you have good oral health, your gums form a tight seal around all of your teeth, preventing foreign material from getting under them.