How You Can Protect Your Tooth Enamel

Posted on: 26 September 2018

The transparent coating on your teeth is known as tooth enamel, and it can become weak over time. Drinking coffee every morning or consuming other dark beverages can cause the enamel to turn a yellow color that is very unappealing. Acidic foods can also cause damage to the tooth enamel over time. Since any damage caused to tooth enamel will be permanent, you should know how you can better protect your tooth enamel.
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How Do They Do That? Ceramic Braces Explained

Posted on: 1 September 2018

You have likely heard of traditional metal braces, plastic braces, and  plastic removable tray braces,  but have you heard about ceramic braces? These less common braces are a popular choice for people who cannot afford removable plastic tray braces, but still want braces that are invisible. So, how are ceramic braces made? Why else would you choose them? What concerns might you have with their care?  Those questions are answered as follows.
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3 Ways To Help Improve And Restore The Appearance Of Your Smile

Posted on: 3 August 2018

Your smile and the appearance of your teeth is one of the first things others notice about you, and you only have one chance to make a first impression. Fortunately, if you are not happy with the appearance of your smile, there are procedures and practices you can use to improve it. Here are three different ways you can improve and restore the appearance of your teeth and smile. Professional Aligning
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Help Your Adolescent Overcome Their Uncertainties Pertaining To Clear Teeth Aligners

Posted on: 9 July 2018

The fear of discomfort and being rejected by others may be your child's biggest concerns if they are going to need to have teeth straighteners added to their teeth. If you are considering clear aligners for your teenager's teeth, help your adolescent overcome their uncertainties prior to being fitted for the aligners. Address All Questions It isn't fair for you to make your adolescent go through a procedure without being prepared for the upcoming occasion.
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