Losing the brilliance of your precious smile to tooth staining is a dental concern that does not only affect your physical appearance.
It can also negatively affect other aspects of your life such as your self-image, psychological well-being, and your capacity for social interactions. That is why tooth discolouration should be dealt with accordingly and immediately.
This is where state-of-the-art Teeth Whitening can help you. All in all, this cosmetic dental treatment can bring back the radiance of your smile and counter the ill effects of tooth discolouration.
Getting a more radiant smile significantly improves your physical appearance and attractiveness. This will then boost your self-esteem and as a result, you become a lot more confident and comfortable with yourself. Also, this improvement in your smile positively affects how people respond to you.
The electric toothbrush has seen a rather exponential growth in popularity over the recent years. Its recent popularity is not surprisingly built on the premise and the already popular assumption that the electric toothbrush cleans better than manual toothbrush.
Clinical Associate Professor at the Boston University Henry M. Goldman School Of Dental Medicine John Ictech-Cassis explains that, at its very core, the idea of a toothbrush is to remove plaque and bacteria buildup, all while stimulating the gums. And as such, Ictech-Cassis remarks that most toothbrushes, with the right technique, will keep the teeth clean.
A perfect smile is composed of pearly white, straight, evenly spaced, and properly aligned teeth. If you wish to improve the overall appearance of your smile, it is not enough that you seek to just brighten up your teeth.
You should also see to it that your teeth are in their proper positions and correct arrangement.
This is where Orthodontics can help you.
Having straight and properly placed teeth is not just important for your physical appearance. It also has a significant impact on your dental health and oral wellness. Here are the other benefits that orthodontic treatment can give you.
Medicare can only cover so much. More often than not, depending solely on your Medicare for your professional dental needs translates to skipping on your routine dental checkups and even your much-needed dental cleanings.
In the same vein, it also means delaying treatments for simple dental irregularities, like toothache for instance, until it progresses into chronic oral health anomaly like advanced decay or gum disease.
Avoiding this unwanted dental predicament is not only possible, but is easily doable. Dental insurance plans allow for adequate professional dental prevention and intervention. Purchasing dental insurance best increases your chances of keeping your teeth and gums in pristine condition.
Before securing private dental insurance, it is always a good idea to compare different plans covered by each insurance plan. This allows you to determine which one works best for your specific dental needs.
For more than 65 years, fluoridation of public water supply has been a safe and extremely effective way of preventing tooth decay.
The history fluoridating public water supply goes way back in the 1930s when dental experts first started to notice that dental decay is not as prevalent among people whose water supplies contain elevated levels of natural fluoride.
In 1965, after conducting numerous bodies of extensive research and scientific studies, the city of Grand Rapids Michigan in the United States first added fluoride in its public water supply.
Since then fluoridation, the process of adding and adjusting one part fluoride to one millions parts water, has been continuously substantiated by prominent scientific studies as a safe, effective, and practical way of reducing the risk of tooth decay.
Here’s a 3 minutes and 2 seconds Address Tooth Loss With A Sense Of Urgency video. See full transcript below
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