If you are looking to correct your bite, straighten your teeth, or both, braces will likely be your best bet. While a trip to the orthodontist will help you determine if braces treatment is right for your needs, there are a few decisions you will need to make regarding your treatment. Braces are a commitment, and it will take time for this treatment to work. Here's what to know when getting braces.
Are you looking for ways to improve your oral hygiene? You may want to invest in a water flosser. Water flossers—also known as oral irrigators or dental water jets—are dental devices that you can use at home to help you remove plaque and food debris. Like string floss, they can help remove plaque in interproximal spaces, or the spaces between teeth. They can also help people reduce the risk of gingivitis or gum disease since they remove bacteria around the gum line.
There are several possible reasons for the dark spots that have developed on your child's teeth. However, without having your child assessed by their pediatric dentist, the precise reason is going to remain a mystery. The most pressing concern is that those dark spots are in fact cavities. If so, the cavities will be filled. But it's not a certainty that the spots are actually destructive cavities.
There are different types of dental cavities, and their earliest stage of development is micro-cavity.
Before a dental implant can be placed, the implantation site must be suitable. If there are any shortcomings, the site must be made suitable. For example, if the bone directly beneath the empty dental socket has lost density (which is a natural response when a tooth has been absent for some time), it must be restored with bone grafting. If your teeth have become crooked, making it difficult to physically fit the implant in the empty dental socket, you may need orthodontic work to create the proper space.
Dental night guards are necessary if you suffer from bruxism. Bruxism or teeth grinding is a disorder where people clench or gnash their teeth at night. Night guards prevent direct teeth grinding, thus overcoming all other troubles associated with sleep bruxism.
Here are the top benefits of wearing dental night guards before sleeping.
Prevent Teeth Damage
Teeth grinding while asleep occurs without you realizing it and can result in damaged teeth enamel.