As you begin to prepare for your upcoming dental implant surgery, a thought may occur to you. Since the dental implant is metal (titanium alloy, to be specific), and it’s going to be permanently installed in an environment where it will be continually exposed to moisture (inside your mouth, with the implant placed in your jaw bone)—how long before it starts to rust?
Sure, many metals begin to oxidize (rust) when exposed to moisture. Read More»
To say that a trip to the dentist is beneficial would be a massive understatement. Regular visits to your dentist of choice is the easiest and most effective way to prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and even more serious oral health issues. That said, many people have a strong fear of going to the dentist and put off their visit as long as possible. Fortunately, sedation dentistry offers an excellent compromise, making it easier than ever to get an annual checkup or undergo a procedure. Read More»
Nowadays, regardless of so many teeth caring treatments, many people may have a missing tooth or a tooth that needs to get replaced. The missing tooth can cause serious problems like chewing, imbalance of teeth movement, discomfort, unhygienic, and stomach diseases. The best option is to get dental implants.
The dental implant attaches roots to fix your teeth permanently with your jawbones and gums. The tooth implant needs to be done correctly; otherwise, it will disturb you. Read More»
If you have a tooth that is badly decayed or damaged, the dentist might not have a ton of options to save it. But before you opt for extraction or tooth removal, it might be worth looking into other options such as a dental crown that will allow you to keep at least part of your natural tooth inside your mouth. Here’s why you might want to talk to your dentist about dental crown implants today. Read More»
Wisdom teeth are molars located in the back of one’s mouth. They may be at either the top or the bottom, or they could be in both locations. These teeth are typically not healthy and can cause damage and unnecessary decay. Wisdom teeth impaction can cause infection, pain, and can damage your surrounding teeth. If your wisdom teeth have been impacted, you need to know the following:
How Do Wisdom Teeth Become Impacted? Read More»