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Adults Have Many Options Today to Get Straighter Teeth


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Adults Have Many Options Today to Get Straighter Teeth

My crooked teeth always bothered me, but I didn't want to wear typical metal braces for years as an adult. I thought that was my only option until I brought up the subject one day to my dentist. He told me that there were so many more options today that I should consider. I made an appointment with an orthodontist to discuss my options, and he said that I was a great candidate for invisible teeth aligners. He said that other people would not even notice them in my mouth, and that I likely only needed to wear them for a year. I was so happy I made that first appointment, because I now have straight teeth and am so happy with my smile. I created this blog to help other adults realize they have many discreet teeth-straightening options today. No should live with a smile they don't love!

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Talking to Your Dentist About Sedation
31 May 2018

It can be uncomfortable to ask your dentist for se

What Do You Do If A Dental Crown Falls Out?
2 May 2018

For the most part, dental crowns do an excellent j

Is Silver Diamine Fluoride A Good Treatment Option For Your Child's Cavities?
31 March 2018

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What Can Cause A Root Canal To Last
13 March 2018

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2 Situations When a Dental Extraction Is Necessary
7 February 2018

It is never desirable to get a tooth extraction, b

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Talking to Your Dentist About Sedation

It can be uncomfortable to ask your dentist for sedation, especially if you already have a phobia of your dental practitioner. But there are many reasons why you may need sedation dental services. Read on to learn more about sedation dentistry and how to talk to your dentist about your options.  Learn How it Works Sedation dental services include a wide variety of treatments that are designed to make your dental visits as comfortable as possible. Read More 

What Do You Do If A Dental Crown Falls Out?

For the most part, dental crowns do an excellent job of filling in gaps in a smile that would otherwise be missing something because of a damaged tooth. While dental crowns can last a long time, occasionally, they do need to be replaced or redone, and sometimes, they can even fall out if left untended to when there are obvious issues. Having a crown fall out of place can definitely be alarming, but there's no need to panic. Read More 

Is Silver Diamine Fluoride A Good Treatment Option For Your Child’s Cavities?

Whether your child is just naturally prone to tooth decay or has a hankering for sugar-filled foods and the dental history to match, he or she may be in the market for cavity repair. Many dentists use the filling process—drilling out the decayed area, drying and cleaning it thoroughly, and implanting resin into the cavity to prevent further decay—to cure tooth decay that doesn't reach to the root. But an innovative new treatment, silver diamine fluoride (SDF), promises to stop tooth decay in its tracks without requiring dentists to drill or fill these childhood cavities. Read More 

What Can Cause A Root Canal To Last

Are you in need of a root canal? If so, you may be wondering how long this dental procedure will last until it needs more work. Root canals can fail prematurely in the right circumstances, which is why you'll want to know these three tips to help them last a long time. Early Treatment One key to having a root canal last is if you get early treatment. A root canal can essentially be caused by a very big cavity, and the longer you neglect the problem, the greater the decay can grow. Read More 

2 Situations When a Dental Extraction Is Necessary

It is never desirable to get a tooth extraction, but there are some situations where removing a tooth can be beneficial to your oral health. Here are two of those instances where it can greatly benefit you to have a tooth removed. Your Teeth Are Crowded Some people have a problem where their mouth is simply too small for the teeth. The end result is crowding, where the teeth start forcing their way into each other due to not having enough room. Read More