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5 Important Things You Need to Know About Teeth Whitening

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The food you eat everyday is also absorbed by the pores in your teeth and that is why wine, dark berries, coffee and smoking stain your teeth when you consume them regularly. The natural color of your teeth tends to become darker due to these stains that don’t go on their own unless they are removed with professional help. It is a myth that teeth whitening...

Braces vs Aligners Comparison Chart

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Braces may straighten your teeth, but at what cost? Not only are they uncomfortable and difficult to clean, but they are unsightly enough that some people even stop smiling, to avoid calling attention to their teeth. Imagine the irony of not being able to smile while you are doing something that will eventually make you want to smile more. If even teens find braces difficult, an adult certainly would, too.

Orthodontic Clear Aligner Treatment Study

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Orthodontic treatment with clear aligners is a quickly growing sector of orthodontic treatment. Both the increase in awareness of esthetics and the increase in orthodontic treatment demand from adults has fueled the demand for a more esthetic orthodontic treatment technique. The public demand for fast and esthetic treatment has been addressed by other dental sectors with approaches such as “instant orthodontics” in which crowns or veneers are used to mask malalignment or with products that claim to use “new techniques” to simply align anterior teeth without addressing other aspects of the occlusion that may need treatment to maintain a healthy dentition. Obviously, these types of approaches raise ethical concerns and the need to educate the public as to the shortfalls of these types of approaches.

An Invisible Way to Straighten Your Teeth

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A new and amazingly easy way to straighten teeth is now being offered throughout the dental world. This system is known as an aligner (you might have heard one of the biggest manufacturers of such systems, called Invisalign) and is made from approved material that is virtually invisible; meaning you can correct your teeth without anyone noticing! What a great way to get started on a new year with a new smile! Who wouldn’t want to do that?

5 Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures for a Fantastic Smile

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Do you hesitate to smile freely and confidently because of discolored, spaced out, chipped, broken or missing teeth? Well, cosmetic dentistry can correct these dental issues and give you the smile of your dreams. A great smile can enhance your appearance, boost your self-esteem, confidence, help you move past any injury or trauma and reduce your risk of oral damage.

Besides, with technological advancements over a period of time, most of the cosmetic dentistry procedures have become more affordable. Mentioned below are five such common services.

Types Of Teeth Whitening Treatments and Risk Associated With Them by Dr. Patel

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Types Of Teeth Whitening Treatments and Risk Associated With Them

Teeth Whitening Treatments: What Are the Options Available?

Tooth discoloration is a common problem, but there’s a wide range of teeth whitening products available these days, depending on your budget, comfort, time (you can spare for treatment) and the amount of discoloration/staining. Let’s look at why this happens and how it can be treated.

Common Reasons for Tooth Discoloration

When teeth get stained, it’s usually due to enamel damage. Enamel is a hard coating that protects our teeth, but it can get eroded or stained due to:

Keeping those "Pearly Whites" white with teeth whitening products!

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So, which teeth whitening products keep teeth pearly white? Back in the day, there really was not much you could do about your teeth when they started to turn yellow. It was just an UGH moment when you realized the only way to deal with it was to stop opening your mouth, but then you decided that was not very realistic, so you did what all of us did at the time…you just lived with it.