What Should I Do If I Damage A Dental Crown?

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Dental crowns are strong, but they aren't indestructible. Sometimes a seemingly small act, such as biting down or grinding your teeth together, can cause them to crack. A broken or loose dental crown isn't serious; however, the exposed tooth and gums could become quite sensitive and painful. While you won't need emergency dental treatment, you should book an appointment at your earliest possible convenience. Short-Term Treatment Damaging a crown shouldn't affect your day-to-day life, but if you experience swelling or pain, there's no need to panic.
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How Long Do Dental Veneers Last?

Posted on: 14 March 2016

If you want to improve the look of a tooth or a few teeth, your dentist may talk to you about dental veneers. These thin pieces of dental material are placed on top of a tooth's surface and can be a good way of improving the cosmetic appeal of teeth that don't look so good. For example, a veneer can make a slightly crooked tooth look straighter and can cover over internal staining that can't be easily removed.
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How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

Posted on: 14 March 2016

If you're looking at replacing missing teeth, your dentist may recommend dental implants as being the best long-term solution with the best cosmetic results. While effective, this procedure doesn't come cheap, however. According to Dental Guide Australia, the average combined cost of the post and the tooth that makes up an implant is between $5,000-7,000. Will an implant last long enough to give you good value for money? The Implant Post
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What are some different types of oral surgery?

Posted on: 18 February 2016

Oral surgery is an area of dental practice that provides treatments for severe dental infections, helps with orthodontic treatment, and can help with replacing missing teeth. Here are some different types of oral surgery procedures you may need at a certain point in your life. Extractions  There are many different reasons you might need to have a tooth extracted. For example, you may have teeth that are getting in thew ay of proper orthodontic treatment due to overcrowding, which the dentist will remove prior to putting on braces.
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