Why are Regular Dental Checkups So Important?

Why are Regular Dental Checkups So Important?

The importance of teeth cleaning and regular dental checkups are essential for the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums. The standard recommendation is to visit your dentist twice a year for check-ups and cleanings. Take care of your smile, and the chances of never having to get dentures or have other expensive procedures performed as dental implantation increase substantially. Patients with a genetic predisposition for plaque build-up or cavities, gum disease, or a weakened immune system need to visit the dentist more frequently for optimal care. Why are Regular Dental Checkups So Important? Prevention of gum disease. The build-up of plaque can result in gum (periodontal) disease. Plaque also contains […]

The Treatment Plan

The Treatment Plan

Planning your dental treatment is the first and probably the most important step of the entire treatment. The plan is developed just for you based on your specific needs. It is how you and our dental team will work together towards a happier, healthier mouth. An accurate treatment plan will have a positive impact on the success rate of the implant fixtures and the lifespan of the prosthetic device. Your dental treatment plan outlines exactly what dental services our dental specialists recommend. All the important issues will have to be considered: the information gathered from the Panoramic X-rays or CT scan the data obtained from the medical history and the physical […]

Panoramic X-rays and CT scans

Panoramic X-rays and CT scans

Panoramic X-ray When planning for dental implants, imaging methods like dental X-rays, CT scan is an important diagnostic tool. Imaging methods will give precise information and reveal the positioning of wisdom teeth, reveal preliminary signs of cavities, and also show fractures and bone loss, and to check whether dental implants will affect the mandibular nerve. Providing an ear-to-ear two-dimensional view of both the upper and lower jaw, the specialist is able to devise an accurate treatment plan. Panoramic X-rays are safer than other types of X-rays because less radiation enters the body. They are generally only taken on an as-needed basis. Panoramic X-rays provide a better view of the sinus areas, […]

Dental Implant vs. Dental Bridge: what to choose?

Dental Implant vs. Dental Bridge: what to choose?

Many patients don’t have the information they need to make the best choice for their oral health and smile. When you are missing a tooth or you have a badly damaged tooth, there are two options for replacement: a dental implant a dental bridge Moreover, if you have a badly damaged tooth, you can restore it with a dental crown too. Dental Implant The dental implant is a small titanium cylinder that is surgically inserted into the jawbone in order to replace the missing tooth. That cylinder bonds with the bone tissue true a biologic process called osseointegration to create an artificial root on top of which a dental prosthesis such […]

How to avoid bad breath with braces

How to avoid bad breath with braces

Bad breath, also known as halitosis that develops only after getting braces is almost certainly caused by poor oral hygiene. Braces make it easier for food to get stuck in the small spaces around the teeth. Bacteria feeds on those food particles. Your braces give bacteria many more crevices to hide in. That’s why it is so important to increase your focus on oral hygiene. Here are five tips for better breath when you have braces. Here are five tips for better breath when you have braces. Brush and Floss Often Brush your teeth first thing in the morning, after each meal and snack, and before you go to bed. […]

How to Prevent Implants from Failing

How to Prevent Implants from Failing

When dealing with tooth loss, there is no treatment option that gives one hundred percent positive result but dental implants are considered today as the best option. The great advantage of dental implants is that they give perfect aesthetic results, replacing missing teeth in the most natural way. The average success rate of dental implants is around 95%, that’s why that 5 % of dental implant failure is a fact that should be accepted. The success or failure of your dental implants depends on a variety of factors. So how to prevent your dental implants from failing? Here’s what you need to know We can divide Implant failure into two categories: […]