Being faced with prospect of living out your years with dentures can be quite daunting – not to mention stressful and emotional. There are so many unknowns swirling around in your mind. This article will help you make informed decisions while providing you with peace of mind.
Invisalign is likely the greatest advancement in dentistry in my 30-year dental career—but like anything great, it has nuances that need to be fully understood. If you’ve been discussing Invisalign with your dentist, or even just researching it on your own, you likely have a lot of questions. This guide will explore everything you need to know about Invisalign—from whether it’s actually invisible to how well it works to get the results you want.
Dr. Burhenne here of AsktheDentist.com for another little tip. And this time, it’s about the Invisalign. Invisalign is a wonderful product. I’ve been using it for about 15 years myself, and it really works well. I’m not sure if you’ve been told, but here’s something that you should know about Invisalign: they can break. And, specifically, I’m talking about the retainers. Today, I’m sharing a short video on how to avoid breaking your retainers and, therefore, saving yourself some money.
Now that you’ve made the decision to get a dental implant, you may be experiencing a little apprehension wondering what comes next, if it will hurt and how long it will take to recover. Relax. It’s easier than you think. While a dental implant is by no means a simple procedure, just knowing what to expect will make all the difference.
Losing a tooth can be a very traumatic experience, both emotionally and financially. If a dental implant is an option you are considering, you need to understand the process and just how much that implant will set you back before making a decision.
If you haven’t gotten your wisdom teeth out yet, then you have many things to consider. Most people need to have them removed, and it requires a specialist. Read to find out why and what to expect when you make the decision!
What is the best whitening toothpaste? Answer: The best whitening toothpaste is actually a toothbrush. You can’t whiten your teeth with a toothpaste. Toothpaste can’t penetrate the tooth for what we call intrinsic whitening, which is a change in color of the tooth. Read this post for more information!
What is a root planing? f you have gum disease, you have calculus and tartar below the gum line, and that means you’ve not had a dental cleaning frequently enough. The tartar that’s building up above the gum line is slowly creeping down past the gum line. So, the gum doesn’t quite attach to the tooth directly.
Teeth whitening is getting cheaper and more accessible, but the more popular it gets, the more money there is to be made—resulting in lots of harmful whitening methods, products and scams that fool or hurt consumers.
Do your veneers no longer match the color of your other teeth? Interested in whitening them? Let me answer all your questions.