Three Steps To Take Before Bleaching Your Teeth

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Some dental bleaching products can be used at home, but this doesn't mean that you should just grab one of them and bleach your teeth. Before heading to the chemist for teeth-whitening products, there are a few preparatory steps to take first. You need to know whether the product is right for your type of discoloration, whether your teeth can be whitened or if there are other preparatory steps to take:
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3 Reasons To Finally Get Professional Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 9 December 2016

Plenty of over the counter dental products make promises of being able to whiten your teeth but the truth is that for the best results, nothing really beats getting professional teeth whitening from your local dentist. Here are three reasons why you should stop buying whitening products at the local department store and get your teeth whitened by a dentist instead. One Size Does Not Fit All Teeth whitening products that you can purchase at your local drug store are designed so that they can fit inside as many mouths as possible.
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3 Things To Understand About Root Canals And The Pulp In Your Teeth

Posted on: 2 November 2016

If your dentist tells you that one of your teeth needs a root canal, it is because there is damage to the pulp inside the roots of that tooth. The only way to solve the problem is through a root canal procedure; and if you fail to get this done, you will probably end up losing this tooth. Here are some things to understand about the pulp in the roots of your teeth.
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2 Tips to Keep Your Cantilever Bridge Free of Bacteria Buildup

Posted on: 2 November 2016

If you have lost teeth due to tooth decay, then maintaining your oral hygiene while wearing a cantilever bridge is even more important. The bridge makes it more difficult to access the areas that are between your teeth and the bridge. This makes it easy for bacteria to develop along these areas if you are not careful with your oral care. Often these bacteria may only be detected after the tooth has been infected.
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