Having a beautiful set of teeth after drug addiction

  • How Cosmetic Dentistry Is Getting Easier and Less Invasive

    21 March 2017

    Many people think about a visit to the dentist as a necessary evil. They only want to consider this option if they have to, in order to fix something that's gone wrong. However, did you know that a typical dentist today spends as much time in restorative or cosmetic work as they do in fixing those problems? Did you also know that recent innovations have considerably reduced how invasive some of these procedures can be?

  • Avoid These Common Mistakes If You Have Dentures

    17 March 2017

    Having dentures can actually be a great choice for many people, as they can easily and painlessly replace a full set of teeth or just the upper or lower set, and can allow you to eat freely without worrying about the pain of exposed gums from gaps in your teeth. They can also give you a very attractive smile! If you're a first-time denture wearer, note some common mistakes you'll want to avoid to ensure they last as long as possible and that you keep your mouth as healthy as possible.

  • 4 Surprising Causes of Yellow Teeth

    1 March 2017

    You may assume that teeth always get yellow as you get older, or that only smoking and coffee will stain teeth, but there are many other causes of yellow teeth beyond age and what you put in your mouth. It's good to know these causes so you can avoid them as much as possible. You also need to understand why it's important to have a dentist address yellowing teeth, as products you get over the counter aren't going to be effective in many cases.

  • How Dentists Have Revolutionised Their Business Structure to Alleviate Fear

    21 February 2017

    Many people have an oversensitive defence mechanism and will irrationally fear a trip to the dentist. Usually, this type of fear is rooted in uncertainty and largely in fear of the unknown. The dental industry is very well aware of this condition, as it can deter a very large percentage of the population from looking after their teeth properly. What is this industry doing in order to help people who are simply too concerned to schedule a visit?

  • The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers

    21 February 2017

    If you long for a Hollywood smile, or even if you're just not happy with the general appearance of your natural teeth, help could be at hand in the form of porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers could give you a cost-effective and affordable option to dramatically improving the appearance of your teeth, without the need for surgical procedures such as implants. Porcelain veneers act just like false fingernails, covering your natural teeth to hide and correct imperfections.

  • 4 Common Causes of Bad Breath in Denture Wearers

    21 February 2017

    People who wear dentures are often stunned by just how easily bad breath (halitosis) can occur. In fact, this condition is sometimes simply known as 'denture halitosis'. Bad breath is obviously going to be embarrassing and cause some social anxiety, which can be particularly hard to deal with if you already feel self-conscious about wearing your dentures in public. Even more importantly, bad breath indicates that there is something wrong inside the mouth, and the factors that cause bad breath can themselves lead to more serious issues.

  • 4 Reasons Adults Should Use Fixed Braces Instead of Clear Braces

    17 February 2017

    During the last few years, clear braces, which can be removed at will by the wearer have become a lot more popular, especially among adult wearers. That shouldn't really come as a surprise; the ability to have your teeth straightened without wearing visible, irremovable braces is clearly going to be a tempting prospect for most adults who need orthodontic treatment. That said, clear removable braces are not always the best option.

  • Dental Trauma: Understanding Different Forms of Tooth Damage

    15 February 2017

    The teeth can sustain physical damage due to accidental injury, particularly from mechanical impact or stress. This is known as dental trauma, and it can affect anyone, though the problem is more common in younger, active individuals. If you have this type of dental damage, you should consult your dentist for restoration. The common treatments include extraction of teeth, installation of a new crown and application of veneer. The specific recommended solution will depend on the extent of damage.

  • Why Dental Implants Should Hold No Fear for You

    15 February 2017

    Many people have long memories, especially when it comes to a painful experience from their childhood. They may especially remember a visit to a dental surgery that didn't go so well, and that type of reflection is in the back of the mind up until the present day. The good news is that both procedures and materials have improved exponentially over the last decade or more. The dental surgery today is a very different place.

  • Doubts about Dentures: The Truth about Your Upcoming Life with Dentures Revealed

    15 February 2017

    Getting dentures is not the end of anything; on the contrary, it's the start of a life in which you will be able to enjoy many benefits that up till now you have missed out on. For starters, with either full or partial dentures, you can smile with more confidence knowing that your smile is no longer tainted by broken, decayed, or missing teeth. What's more, you'll never have to worry about painful, not to mention dangerous, abscesses keeping you up through the night.