Different Types of Restorative Dentistry & Why You Need Them

We all want to have beautiful and healthy, pearly-white teeth like Hollywood celebrities, but it can’t happen by snapping one’s fingers. Even though preventive care is the best way to take care of your teeth, sometimes we have dental problems even if we brush our teeth and floss regularly. Luckily, even if you have decayed, damaged, crooked, or just stained teeth, dentists and oral surgeons can help you get the beautiful smile of your dreams with different types of restorative dentistry. Read on to find out which one is right for you. Dental fillings For people who have cavities, increased interdental spaces, worn out and decayed teeth, dental fillings are the solution. This is the most common type of restorative surgery where the dentist removes the decayed part of the tooth, cleans it, and fills it with a composite filling material. You can choose from different types of filling materials: gold, silver amalgam, porcelain, plastic, as well as materials called composite resin fillings. With decayed parts of your teeth gone, you no longer have cavities, and if the dentist uses quality materials, you can expect your fillings to last for years and your teeth to look intact. Dental crowns People with […]

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Oral Detox: Tips for Fresher Breath

oral detox for a fresher breath

Is there anyone who doesn’t like having fresh breath? Not only do we feel better when we know our mouth is clean, but we feel more confident and become more approachable because we know that other people won’t be put off by our bad breath. Sadly, getting fresher breath isn’t always easy, and if you want the best results you should try out several tricks and pick the ones that work best for you. To help you get that wonderful fresh breath of your dreams, we give you a list of easy tips you can try: Choose your drinks We all love coffee, sodas, and an occasional glass of wine and beer, but these drinks have a bad effect on our breath. Choosing what you drink can help you keep your mouth healthy and your breath fresh. Plain water is best for your teeth (as long as it’s not too cold – people with sensitive teeth won’t enjoy it) and green tea will do wonders for your overall as well as for your oral health. It’s rich in antioxidants and minerals that are beneficial for your teeth and gums, and if you drink it in the morning instead of coffee, you […]

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