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Can Children Get Dental Crowns?

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When permanent teeth decay and need some assistance to stay intact, your dentist might suggest a dental crown. This is a permanent solution for a permanent tooth, but what about when the tooth in need of assistance is only temporary? When your child’s tooth has become significantly decayed, traditional dental crowns are not the best solution. Fortunately, there’s an option especially for kids. Dental Crowns for Adults Dental crowns for adults are custom-made. Read More»

Everything You Need to Know About Mouthguards

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If you play impact sports, you might have heard how important it is to wear a mouthguard to prevent teeth or mouth injuries. A mouthguard can also help prevent teeth grinding, which several people suffer from when sleeping. Teeth grinding can wear down your enamel leading to cavities. Here is everything you need to know about teeth grinding: 1. Mouthguards Options There are mainly three types of mouthguards: Ready-made/stock mouthguards: These are bought over-the-counter and usually have a standard fitting. Read More»

4 Reasons Why Invisalign Is Better Than Braces for Foodies

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One of the best things about Invisalign is that you can remove your aligners whenever you want or need to. This is great if you are something of a foodie. Traditional braces, on the other hand, make it difficult to enjoy your favourite foods. You may even have to stop eating certain foods while wearing braces. But with Invisalign, you won’t have this problem. If eating delicious foods is one of your hobbies then here are four benefits that might convince you to choose Invisalign over traditional braces for orthodontic treatment. Read More»

Should You Treat a Chipped Tooth With Dental Bonding or Recontouring?

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A sudden broken tooth can ruin your day. And broken teeth can leave you in agony, especially if you already had sensitive teeth to begin with. That’s why a broken tooth is something that you might wish to repair as soon as possible. Two of the most common ways to repair a tooth are dental bonding and recontouring or enameloplasty. If you aren’t very familiar with these two treatments, you might be unsure which one to choose to fix your chipped or broken tooth. Read More»