5 Invisalign Tips and Tricks

Posted on: 9 February 2021
Invisalign braces are an incredibly convenient way to straighten your smile. There is no need to endure the embarrassment or discomfort of "train track" wire braces; instead, you can simply wear Invisalign plastic aligners over your teeth to gradually change their position. Here are a few tips that can help you get used to your new Invisalign aligners and integrate them into your daily life. 1. Carry Your Case Everywhere Invisalign comes with a case that you can use to store your retainers while you are not wearing them, such as during meals.
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5 Signs That You Probably Need Your Dentures Repaired or Adjusted

Posted on: 5 January 2021
At first, you'll need to adjust your new dentures to ensure that they fit snugly. But within a few weeks, you should be able to use your dentures comfortably. But over time, as your jawbone changes and your dentures age, you'll need to repair or adjust them to ensure they do their job properly. Otherwise, they could damage your oral tissues and change your facial appearance. The following are some of the common signs that you need denture repairs.
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Understanding Orthodontists

Posted on: 20 November 2020
Orthodontists are specialists who treat dental conditions related to tooth misalignment and crookedness. If you have an overbite, underbite or crossbite, you should visit an orthodontist for treatment. Here are the dental treatment options offered by orthodontists to correct or treat misaligned and crooked teeth: Braces There are four common types of braces: Traditional metal braces These braces consist of metal brackets that are attached to the front side of your teeth.
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5 Tips for Exercise Enthusiasts After Dental Implant Surgery

Posted on: 9 November 2020
After dental implant surgery, the surgical site needs time to heal. This means that you should try to put exercise off for a while. Although this could be a problem if you have a regular exercise routine, the healing and stability of your new dental implant depends on it. If you have just had a dental implant placed, use the following tips to ensure your dental implant heals fully. 1. Don't Exercise for the First Few Days
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