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Dental Health FAQs

 

Brush your teeth twice a day in a circular motion with a soft bristled toothbrush aimed at the gum.  
Floss every night in an up-and-down motion while keeping the floss in a U-shape and against the tooth surface.
  • Avoid smoking.
  • Avoid sticky sugary foods.
  • Eat a balanced diet.
  • Use antiseptic and fluoride rinses as directed.
Often, tooth become yellowed or brown as a part of aging, as the enamel on the surface becomes worn and thin, allowing the dentin underneath to show through. Teeth can also be stained due to poor dental hygiene or certain foods, such as coffee and tea, and from smoking. Finally, inherent stains result from certain antibiotics or minerals that may be absorbed by the body, permanently altering the color of the teeth.
Do you wake up with a jaw that feels stiff or sore, or have trouble opening your mouth all the way? You may be grinding or clenching your teeth as you sleep. This condition, known as bruxism, causes people to wear away the enamel on their teeth many times faster than those who do not clench or grind. Eventually, this can cause cracked teeth and other damage, requiring crowns and other treatments to repair or replace teeth that have become worn and damaged. Visit the dentist for a night guard to provide relief and protect your teeth.
Are you 100% satisfied with the way your smile looks? If not, then there is a good chance that a cosmetic dentist would be able to help you smile more confidently.
Some procedures your dentist might perform include the fixing of chipped teeth, closing gaps in your smile, whitening of yellowed teeth, gum recontouring and dentures and bridges. Your dentist can help you decide which procedures are right for you.
People who are missing teeth have several replacement options. Dental implants are the permanent addition of an artificial tooth, anchored into the jaw bone using a titanium screw. Dental bridges affix the artificial tooth not to the jaw bone, but to the teeth on either side of the gap. Removable appliances such as dentures are other option, whether you are missing one teeth are several. There are both advantages and disadvantages of each solution; discuss them with your cosmetic dentist to determine the right option for you.

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