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5 Reasons Why You Should Choose Invisalign

Invisalign is the next big thing for having a straight smile. It works as well as traditional braces and it also allows the patient to live their life as normal as before. The popularity of this alternative treatment grows from year to year, thanks to its comfort, practicality, effectiveness and stylish looks. If you’re still…

Recovery After Dental Surger

After dental surgery, recovery should be your #1 concern. In order to prevent any infection or trauma to the surgical area, make sure that you follow the post-operative instructions provided by the surgeon or dentist. When properly followed, these general guidelines will ensure rapid recover and optimal healing. Bleeding after tooth extraction Minor bleeding in…

Do I Need a Dental Crown or Dental Filling?

When it comes to restoring your teeth’s natural looks, the dentist usually has to pick between doing a dental crown or filling. Even though both do the same thing i.e. repair damaged teeth, there are a few significant differences between them which ultimately determine which option the dentist will go with when performing your emergency…

Digital X-rays Vs Traditional Radiography

In 1985, German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen first introduced radiology to the world. Since this breakthrough achievement into the science of x-rays, medical radiography has only continued to exceed technological boundaries and modern medicine. Since then, modern technology has taken this method and advanced it over and over, just like every other device out there today….

What factors may influence the value of dental implants?

Dental Implants are the most efficient way to replace broken or missing teeth, crowns or to support bridges. Sometimes patient’s dental insurance may not cover the cost of dental implants procedure.  What factors may influence the value of dental implants? Number of replacements Cost of replacing several teeth will be logically more than replacing of…

How Long Do Fillings Last

Fillings are very common and a large percent of the US population has at least one. This is because there are many causes of tooth decay or cavities. Often times, people don’t know they even have an issue occurring until it’s too late. By that time, odds are, a filling or similar treatment is needed…