When you have dental fillings, your first goal is to allow them to dry. This will depend on the type of filling as well as how the dentist dries it. Once you are ready to leave the dental office, it's all in your hands. It's your job to handle it, but how? These steps will walk you through the process of recovering after you have a filling. 1. You can take over the counter medication.
27 January 2017
Gum disease or gingivitis typically causes an infection of the gums that can result in swelling, bleeding and possible gum recession. If left untreated, the infection can affect the jawbone and eventually lead to tooth loss. Although this condition is quite common, it can be prevented or halted with good oral hygiene and regular dental cleanings. If you are already suffering from advanced gum disease, don't panic! Here is a look at 2 effective treatments that can help reverse the disease so your gums are restored and able to healthily support your teeth.
12 January 2017
When you lose a tooth in the back of your mouth, you may wonder whether it is worth replacing the tooth. When you can't even see the missing tooth, it is tempting to simply ignore the problem and learn to live without the tooth. If you are considering leaving a space in your mouth where your molar once was, it's important to remember what your molars are used for. With dental implant technology using titanium implants and dental crowns, you can restore the area of your mouth and avoid potential problems in your future.
4 January 2017