New Dentures: Why Might Your Teeth Look So Big?
17 October 2022
There's undoubtedly a sense of anticipation before you try your new dentures for the first time. Your smile is complete once again. Its appearance has been restored, and so has your bite. Dentures aren't quite as stable as natural teeth, but you can once again bite into a wide variety of foods with confidence. And yet there's something a little off-putting about your new dentures. Perhaps you weren't expecting your new smile to be quite so prominent.
How To Support Your Child When They Get Braces
22 August 2022
Getting braces can be a difficult transition for children, particularly tweens and teens who can feel a little self-conscious at the best of times. Some kids are happy to have dental problems addressed, while others are reluctant even though they understand the benefits that braces can bring. If your child is struggling with the idea of wearing braces your support can go a long way. A little encouragement and meeting them where they are with their feelings about braces can ensure they stick with their recommended treatment program and follow the care instructions they have been given to help prevent any mishaps during their brace-wearing years.
What Happens If You Only Brush Your Teeth Once a Day?
24 June 2022
You can usually get away with skipping a shower every now and then if life gets hectic. However, skipping just one tooth-brushing session can have a very negative impact on your oral health. This goes for skipping morning brushing and nighttime brushing.
Before you think about not brushing your teeth, consider the damage that you could do to your oral health. Here are some of the worst effects of skipping brushing your teeth.
6 Things That Can Damage Invisalign Aligners
6 May 2022
Many dental patients like Invisalign for its flexibility and simplicity. But Invisalign requires patients to practice a higher level of discipline than traditional braces. Invisalign aligners are fragile. Certain actions can damage an Invisalign aligner and render it ineffective.
The success and speed of your Invisalign treatment depends on how well you care for your aligners. The following elements can damage Invisalign aligners.
1. Hard or crunchy foods
Some orthodontists allow their patients to eat while wearing their aligners.