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Keeping Your Invisalign As Clear As Possible

The key reason why people opt for Invisalign over traditional braces is appearance. The clear aligners are not obvious on your teeth. Most people won't realize you're wearing them. However, in order for them to remain invisible on your teeth, you do need to keep the trays clear. This is not hard to do, but there are a few steps you need to take to prevent your clear braces from becoming stained and yellowed. Read More 

Will You Be a Candidate for Tooth Implants?

Dental implants are among the miracles of modern medicine. However, not all patients are ideal candidates for tooth implants. It's important to understand what determines this and how you might be able to address the situation to improve the odds of a successful procedure. Gum Health The condition of the potential recipient's gums is among the most important factors. If someone's gums currently have signs of gum disease, that has to be controlled before dental implants have a good chance of taking. Read More 

5 General Dentistry Tips For Seniors

The older you are, the higher risk you have of developing gum disease and other oral health conditions. That is why it is especially important for seniors to take extra good care of their dental health. If you take the extra time to tend to your teeth and gums, you can avoid painful problems in the future. Here are some general dentistry tips for senior citizens. Switch to an Electric Toothbrush Read More 

5 Bad Habits You Need to Quit Before You Get Dental Implants

Just one new dental implant can lead to a range of positive changes in your mouth. But before that can happen, you need to do your best to ensure your dental implant heals without disturbance. A common time for dental implants to fail is during the healing process. Fortunately, the success rate of dental implants is very high. To ensure your implant heals well, consider quitting bad habits that might hinder your dental implant's ability to fuse with your jawbone. Read More 

Speech, Eating, And Tooth Care: How They Change After Dental Implants

Dental implants have become a favored — if not the favored — tooth replacement option. They generally last for as long as a patient lives, and they look just like natural teeth. But even knowing these things, most patients are still slightly apprehensive about having dental implants put into place. This apprehension comes from uncertainty as to how their speech, eating, and tooth care needs will change after getting implants. This article seeks to put that uncertainty to rest. Read More