3 Things To Know Before Getting Veneers

Posted on: 28 December 2019

Dental veneers are a quick way to improve your smile. If you are unhappy with the way your teeth look, veneers may be the solution. Veneers are constructed out of porcelain or composite resin and are thin shells that are affixed to the surface of your teeth. They are often placed on multiple teeth and can change thesize, shape, and overall appearance of your teeth. If you are considering dental veneers, here's what you need to know.
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Can a Dental Implant Fail?

Posted on: 26 November 2019

Dental implants are one of the healthiest ways to permanently restore broken or missing adult teeth. Typically, dental implants should last you your entire lifetime as long as you care for them properly. While it is rare, however, some dental implants can fail. The following are some things you should know about a dental implant failure: Can Your Body Reject a Dental Implant? One thing to know is that the failure is not a result of your body rejecting the implant.
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3 Things To Know About Temporary Dental Crowns

Posted on: 27 October 2019

If you are in need of dental crowns, you probably will not be able to have them put on right away. Instead, your dentist might outfit you with temporary crowns first, which may be made in your dentist's office. These are a few things you may want to know about temporary dental crowns. 1. They Help Protect Your Teeth If you are wondering why you should bother with temporary crowns when you are going to be having permanent crowns put on soon anyway, you should know that they are put there to protect your teeth.
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Low Thyroid Function And Healing After Implant Surgery

Posted on: 4 October 2019

The dental implant procedure takes multiple appointments. It is important that your mouth is healthy before undergoing a dental procedure, and because of this, your dentist will make sure that you don't have severe gingivitis or any dental abscesses before proceeding with your surgery. Tell your dentist if you have low thyroid function, or hypothyroidism, because this autoimmune disorder can raise your risk for complications after your procedure. Here are some ways hypothyroidism can complicate your recovery after getting dental implants
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