5 Things to Keep In Mind When Considering Porcelain Veneers

Things to Keep In Mind When Considering Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain is the most common material used for veneers because, like natural tooth enamel, it provides strength and suppleness. The veneer is a thin piece of material placed over the tooth to restore it to the shape, color or size desired. Here are five things to consider when deciding if this option is for you. Medical necessity – Veneers are mostly for teeth that are discolored from root canals or other procedures. They are also for chipped, irregularly shaped teeth, misaligned or broken teeth. There are alternatives like braces and…

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How to Cure Gum Bleeding

How to Cure Gum Bleeding

Bleeding gums are a very common problem that usually suffer from people who do not follow proper dental hygiene. Although this disorder may be a sign of suffering from a more serious illness, it is usually due to excessive plaque or plaque on the gum line. Bleeding gums is a problem that should be treated immediately because, if not, it can lead to other conditions such as gingivitis or even periodontitis.  Besides recommending that you go to the dentist, we teach you how to cure bleeding gums with a series…

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Dental Prevention and Hygiene

It has been shown that preventive measures reduce the risk of developing periodontal diseases that lead to more extensive treatments. Concerning prevention and dental hygiene, the following three themes will be discussed: Brushing teeth The essential tools for a complete brushing Bad breath and oral hygiene Brushing teeth Many external agents can enter the interior of the oral cavity and attack it. To counter them, here are some brushing techniques necessary to preserve good dental health: Brush teeth at least twice a day for 2 minutes in each area of the mouth, ie, the outer surface…

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Tips for good oral hygiene

The oral hygiene , basic gesture of good personal hygiene , through daily cleaning of teeth with a toothbrush and a toothpaste , and may possibly be terminated with a mouthwash . The risks of poor oral hygiene Poor oral hygiene can result in: the appearance of dental caries; gum disease, called periodontal disease; oral cancer, favored by tobacco and alcohol; the halitosis is to say bad breath. Tips for good oral hygiene To reduce the risks associated with poor oral hygiene, it is therefore advisable to: to have a balanced diet, with a daily intake of fruits and vegetables, and to…

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