Foods and Drinks Can Stain Teeth
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At first, it’s natural to balk at an extra fee for a set of temporary dentures to use while you wait for your permanent set to be made. After all, you don’t want the entire process to cost any more than it has to. However, there are actually a few very important reasons to reconsider using a temporary prosthetic, not only for the sake of your recovery from this surgery, but also to keep from incurring further oral health problems down the line. Read More»
If you’ve just been fitted for your first set of dentures, you might not know how to care for them – or your mouth – properly. Unfortunately, that can lead to serious problems later on. To help you care for your dentures -and your mouth – here are four tips you’ll need to know.
Your Mouth Will Need to Be Cleaned
If you’ve had all of your teeth extracted, you’ll probably have a full set of dentures. Read More»
Canker sores are small ulcers that may occur on your tongue or cheek from time to time. But, they can also come about because you are wearing braces. Do not fret, because with the help of this guide, and your dentist, you should be able to keep those bumps away for good. And you’ll also learn how to treat one naturally if necessary.
What Causes Canker Sores?
The exact cause is unknown, but there are a lot of possible triggers. Read More»
Stained teeth can send then wrong message to people that see your smile. Stained teeth will give people the impression that you don’t brush your teeth or that you are unclean. Simple foods such as blueberries and coffee leave a residue on your tooth, which leaves a discoloration on the teeth long as the food is consumed. Whitening your teeth to the original color of white can be done by brushing with simple natural products that have acids to break down the stain and remove it. Read More»