Dental Implants: Stains, Whitenings and Other Considerations
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Dental Implants: Stains, Whitenings and Other Considerations

Dental implants can make a smile look fabulous – I know I have them. However, if you are just thinking about getting them, you may have a lot of questions. You may be wondering how smoking affects implants, whether or not wine will stain them, if they can be whitened or other concerns. I also know from experience that it can be intimidating to ask some of these questions to your dentist. In my dental implant blog, I am going to answer the questions that can be hard to ask. I hope you find the info you need in this blog and that it guides you to the right decision about dental implants. Thanks for reading!

Dental Implants: Stains, Whitenings and Other Considerations

  • What to Do if a Tooth Gets Knocked Out

    14 December 2016

    As is the case with any other medical emergencies, a dental emergency needs to be addressed as soon as possible. A dental emergency essentially refers to any incident that requires immediate attention from a dentist. This can include, but is not limited to, having a tooth chipped, loosened, or knocked out or damaging any of the tissue in your mouth or face to the extent that it causes severe pain or bleeding.

  • 5 Benefits of Opting for a Dental Plan

    14 December 2016

    Dental health is a very important part of your families overall health, but dental insurance is also a significant expense for many families. If you cannot meet the cost of comprehensive dental insurance, you may be tempted to skip regular check-ups. However, if you arrange a dental plan with your dentist, you can ensure that your family has access to affordable dental care whenever they need it. Below is a guide to 5 benefits of using a dental plan.

  • A Lack of Enamel: 5 Steps to Strengthening Teeth that Lack Enamel

    30 November 2016

    It is easy to take something like tooth enamel for granted, especially if you have always had good teeth. However, eventually; especially if poorly maintained, your tooth enamel will begin to weaken and gradually erode until the layer of dentin beneath the enamel can be seen. When this happens, your teeth will appear aged like old parchment, yellow and misshapen due to the loss of enamel around the edges.  Besides their appearance, teeth with only a thin layer of enamel will also be extremely sensitive to heat, cold and foods or drinks that contain acid such as soda, apples or candy.

  • The Dentist's Drill: Why Cavities Need to be Drilled and How You Can Face the Music Fearlessly

    22 November 2016

    When it comes to the dentist's drill, your imagination can often paint some quite horrific pictures. This is especially true if you are one of the estimated 13–24 per cent of people, globally, who suffer from dental anxiety. Dental fear comes in several forms, such as fear of gagging, needles or fear of the dreaded drill and that incessant whining whirr that sends heart rates soaring.  Unfortunately, if you have a cavity, the chances are you will eventually need to face the music.

  • 4 Bad Brushing Habits: How to Care for Your Teeth and Your Toothbrush

    31 October 2016

    Regular tooth brushing is the most important part of your oral health regime. However, since brushing your teeth is something that you do every day, it is easy to fall into bad habits. Read the top tips below to find out the most common brushing mistakes and how to avoid them.  Using the wrong size of toothbrush The size and shape of your toothbrush can make a big difference to your oral health.