Reality Check: Dispelling Some Common Myths Regarding Front Teeth Veneers
12 December 2016
Your front teeth have such a great impact on your smile and facial appearance that you cannot afford to do nothing when they get badly discoloured, broken, crooked or misaligned or when they develop some unsightly gaps between them. Dental veneers are specifically designed to remedy the aforementioned dental problems. As the number of people seeking front teeth veneers continues to go up, it is important to understand correct information regarding this type of dental treatment, as there are so many misconceptions being spread around.
Lost Tooth? Here's What You Can Do
30 November 2016
Luckily, dentistry is sophisticated enough that tooth loss in not as common in adults, but sometimes it does happen. This is usually due to severe periodontal disease, injury to the mouth, extensive fractures or extreme dental cavities.
If you've lost one or more teeth and you're not sure what to do, read on for some options on how to fill the gaps (or not) with cosmetic dentistry procedures.
Leave it alone
What Is a Denture Reline and Why Are They Necessary?
16 November 2016
The base of your denture rests directly on the gums, no matter the type of denture that you wear. The tissue that it rests on is called the edentulous ridge, and your denture needs to fit along it securely in order to remain comfortable and effective.
Unfortunately, the gum tissue will change over time, shrinking because it no longer needs to support the roots of lost teeth. The shrinkage will mostly occur in the first couple of months after your teeth have been lost, but it's a process that will continue indefinitely.
How Cone Beam Scanners Are Revolutionising Your Dental Experience
20 October 2016
If you're considering any cosmetic dentistry work you should know that dentists have been investing in revolutionary new technology to make your experience far more pleasant and their work far more accurate. How does cone beam technology help in this regard?
Small and Practical
Typical CT scanners are very large pieces of equipment and are far too bulky and impractical for use in any dentist's office. However, the latest cone beam CT scanners are quite the opposite.