25
Oct

The Dangers Of DIY Whitening

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DIY Whitening

There are countless products available over-the-counter for DIY teeth whitening. Daily, we are shown advertisements demonstrating the efficacy of these products for giving us a bright smile. However, DIY teeth whitening products actually come with some danger, and should be used with caution. Your safest and most effective option for teeth whitening procedures is always the dentist’s chair, despite what some of these products claim. In this article, we’ll look at some of the hazards associated with commonly used DIY teeth whitening products. Whitening Strips Whitening strips are an affordable and convenient way to whiten teeth, and people who use…

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18
Oct

3 Ways To Finance Veneers For Your Dream Smile

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Financing Veneers

Being unhappy with the alignment and appearance of your teeth can have a negative impact on your self-confidence, and overall happiness. You may consider porcelain veneers as an option to help correct the appearance of your smile. The porcelain veneer procedure is often used to correct issues such as: Discoloured or stained teeth. Worn down teeth. Chipped, cracked, or broken teeth. Minor misaligned or uneven teeth. Gaps in teeth. Porcelain veneers are wafer thin, tooth-coloured shells that are bonded to the front of your teeth. Porcelain veneers offer a natural tooth appearance, are stain-resistant, and offer a great aesthetic solution…

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11
Oct

How Your Child’s Diet Impacts Their Teeth

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Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

Teaching your kids good oral hygiene practices from an early age is one of the best things you can do for them. By teaching your kids about the importance of taking care of their teeth, you can set them up for for a lifetime of great oral health. An important aspect of kids’ dental care, as well as overall health, is their diet. Children grow and develop rapidly, and the nutrients they take in affects this development. A healthy diet rich in vitamins and minerals will be very beneficial to your child’s dental health, while sugary, acidic, and starchy food…

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4
Oct

What To Do In The Case Of Severe Tooth Pain

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Ease Severe Tooth Pain

Often, severe tooth pain is caused by an injury either directly to the tooth, or to the soft tissue in the mouth. Sometimes, severe tooth pain can also arise without an obvious cause. In this case, the pain could be from an exposed nerve due to tooth decay. If pieces of food become lodged between the teeth for long periods of time, you could develop a dental abscess, which is an infection of the teeth and gums. Abscesses can be extremely painful, and, if left untreated, become a serious health issue. It’s very important to follow a good oral hygiene…

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