Statistics show that 48% of those surveyed felt unhappy with their teeth. No one should go through life with teeth they are unhappy with. Many people visit their dentist to have a veneer created for them. A veneer is often a porcelain cover placed over a tooth. A veneer can be made to fit a single tooth or multiple teeth. A survey from the AACD finds that 99.7% of adults felt a healthy smile is important in social settings. For many, a veneer is a fast track to have a healthy smile that so many people feel is important. Here are four great reasons to consider receiving porcelain veneers.
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More than 37 million people suffer from migraines in the U.S. The cause for many of these migraine sufferers is never found. Instead, people are forced to find ways to effectively deal with the pain. These are some of the most helpful migraine treatment methods.
Visit your medical provider
It is important to have chronic migraines checked out by a medical professional. While they may not always be able to find a cause, it is important that they do monitor your health. Chronic migraines can be a symptom of other, more serious, medical condition. The first step you should take in treating your migraines is to consult with your medical provider. They are likely to run a series of tests and these results could improve your symptom reducing techniques.
Corrective cosmetic dental procedures are often used on children. Children?s teeth move significantly during growth and can cause gaps, overcrowding, or poorly fitted teeth into the mouth. The usual treatment procedure for children is braces. As an adult, it can be difficult to find an acceptable smile corrective procedure, if you were unable to get braces as a child. If you are an adult struggling with the shape of your teeth, consider these adult approved dental procedures.
Regular dental care
We all want to have those movie star teeth. However, it is hard for many of us to have that natural perfect smile. Luckily, innovations in general dentistry have brought about veneers. In general veneers are pieces of porcelain that is made to replicate the look of a tooth. It is common for a patient to wonder what porcelain will feel like in their mouth. However, these veneers are also made to feel exactly like an actual tooth would. In this post, you will learn four common dental problems easily corrected with veneers.
Do you take good care of your teeth? In addition to having regular dentist visits, part of maintaining your smile involves brushing and flossing regularly. Another key element to promoting dental health is purchasing a new toothbrush more often than you may be doing.
While 22% of the people that participated in a recent survey stated that they flossed daily, 75% admitted that they didn’t change their toothbrushes as often as they knew they should. Furthermore, when considering that on average, people wait 3 years between dental appointments, it’s not surprising so many people suffer from a variety of dental issues.
Poor dental health can affect a person’s overall health and well-being. Whether it’s pain due to an untreated cavity or cracked tooth, an infection such as an abscess, or periodontal disease, (more…)
Have you been putting off going for your biannual (or at least annual) dental cleanings? Are you upset with the way your teeth look and never want to show your teeth in pictures? You may be cautioning your children to brush and floss their teeth but not following your own good advice! Your dental cleanings are just as important as your annual checkups with your doctor! In fact, your dental health can even have a larger impact on your overall health, so it’s important to be making sure your teeth are in the best condition possible and that you’re getting regular comprehensive dental exams. Not only is a (more…)
There are many reasons that your teeth might not be as straight as you wish they were. For instance, sometimes our jaws are too small to accommodate for all the adult teeth we get, which results in crowding and crookedness. Other times, accidents or injuries can cause your teeth to be crooked. Still other times, people get braces and other orthodonture work done, but then neglect to maintain their teeth or wear a retainer.
The good news is that there are many modern techniques designed to make your crooked teeth a thing of the past. From dental implants to porcelain veneers, there are countless ways in which you can straighten your teeth. Check out some of the reasons this is a good idea below:
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Got a big first date coming up? If that’s the case, there’s no better time than now to pay attention to your oral health. After all, almost 100% of adults view an attractive smile as their most important social asset. Additionally, it is one of the top things that people find attractive in the opposite sex. To help make your oral hygiene something worth kissing, follow these steps to a crushable smile:
Step One: Brush Your Teeth
Though this might seem obvious, you would be surprised how many people fail to brush their teeth twice a day. That being said, you should be doing so a minimum of twice per day with a fluoride toothpaste that will help to keep both plaque and cavities at bay.
Most people care about how their smile looks. The demand for teeth whiteners and veneers has increased over the past five years. Veneer use has increased by over 250% over that time period. The demand for teeth whiter has risen by 300%. Nearly 75% of people fear an unattractive smile will hurt their chance for success at work. For that reason, getting regular dental check ups from an early age. If you introduce your child to a pediatric dentist, early you can prevent them from developing a fear of the experience and get them stared with a good oral hygiene routine that they will have for a lifetime.
- Start early. Your child’s oral hygiene regimen should start early. With infants you can massage their gums with a wet piece of cause. You should do this after feeding ti (more…)
The American Association of Dental Consultants, or AADC for brevity, asked American adults how important they believed a healthy smile is to positive social relations. It was found that 99.7% of those surveyed felt it to be very important. If we feel so strongly about each other’s teeth, how far should a person go to get a great smile?
Are You Happy With Your Smile?
As many as 32% of the public are not satisfied with how they look when they smile. It may be that their teeth are not perfectly straight, or that they wish their teeth were whiter. Some people find that even after fixing these basic problems that they are still not satisfied. Sometimes, gums may recede or conversely cover more of the tooth than is flattering. One tooth may be smaller than those surrounding it, making n (more…)
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