3 Reasons You Might Want to Try Whitening Strips Instead of Trays

Posted on: 18 April 2017

If you want to whiten your teeth, dentists will usually recommend that you have custom trays created to form around them. Whitening gel can then be applied to the trays, which you will then slip in to wear for a while, usually as you sleep. However, certain people may find that whitening strips are more beneficial. Whitening strips are simply stuck against the teeth and then peeled away after the recommended time.
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5 Surprising Foods That Ruin Your Teeth

Posted on: 18 April 2017

Your teeth will no doubt suffer some enamel erosion, cavities, and other such problems over the years, simply because of age and everyday wear and tear. However, there are many things that people do that hurt their teeth, increasing their risk of enamel loss and even tooth loss, including eating certain foods. Note a few of those everyday foods here so you can avoid them and protect your teeth as much as possible.
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Your Concise Guide to Replacing a Single Tooth

Posted on: 18 April 2017

The loss of just one tooth can have an adverse effect on your smile. A missing tooth can also impact your speech, eating ability and your confidence when it comes to dealing with people up close and personal. That's why it is important that you replace a lost tooth as soon as possible. However, while there are several single tooth replacement options available to you, you need to be sure that you choose the right one for your particular situation.
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Denture Repair: How It's Done

Posted on: 18 April 2017

A denture is a removable dental appliance holding one or more artificial teeth. Dentures are made from materials which are susceptible to erosion and fatigue. Dentures that have been in use for a long period also tend to crack or break. Repeated flexing of the material while in use causes loosening of the artificial teeth embedded in the plate and they may even break off. According to a study conducted by the Department of Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, Hawler Medical University, poor fitting accounts for 40% of denture fractures.
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