3 Signs That Veneers Are A Better Choice Than Braces

Posted on: 2 October 2015
If you have always had crooked teeth, you might have assumed that braces were your only choice for correcting them. However, you should know that veneers can be an option as well. Veneers do something completely different from braces; instead of actually correcting your permanent teeth, they are used to cover them up and give them the appearance of looking beautiful and straight. Veneers are considered permanent, and they aren't for everyone.
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2 Clear Alignment Options For Adults Who Need Braces

Posted on: 16 September 2015
If you have misaligned teeth, you may be considering braces. Tooth alignment is not just for kids. Adults who suffer from crooked teeth are having their teeth adjusted quickly and effectively. Nevertheless, some adults are uncomfortable with the appearance of traditional braces and choose to have their teeth aligned using less noticeable orthodontic options. Here are two clear alignment options for adults who would like their braces to be discreet:
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What Teeth Whitening Options Would Work For My Child?

Posted on: 25 August 2015
Teeth whitening is often performed on adults, but if you notice that your child's teeth are not as white as he or she wants, you may want to consult with your child's pediatric dentist regarding whether he or she is a good candidate for teeth whitening. Stained teeth can lead to bullying, but most whitening treatments do not have negative effects. When to Not Whiten Your Child's Teeth Your child will not be a good candidate for teeth whitening if he or she has any of these conditions:
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2 Ways Your Sinus Can Interact With Your Oral Health

Posted on: 6 August 2015
When you think about anatomy that interacts with the health of your teeth, you likely picture your gums, soft tissue, tongue, or even lips. But did you picture your sinus? The maxillary sinus canal passes above your upper jawbone. So problems or treatment needs on the upper jaw can sometimes interfere or interact with the sinus. These interactions can include the sinus getting in the way of a potential dental implant or an oral infection spreading on to the sinus -- and possibly throughout the body.
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