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Invisalign aligners can do wonders to straighten your minor misalignment and crookedness and all that in an invisible way. However, taking good care of your aligners is important if you want your orthodontic treatment to go right. If you don’t clean your aligners, you will end up with discolored invisalign, and accumulation of odor-causing bacteria. […]
Having missing adult teeth due to a disease or injury doesn’t mean you’ve to spend the rest of your life with a space between your dental arch. Missing teeth damage your beautiful smile and can lead to various oral issues. If you’re looking for something to replace your missing teeth, flexible partial dentures can solve […]
A night guard is a thin dental appliance that a patient wears to prevent teeth grinding and clenching, known as bruxism. A night guard is worn overnight and stop your teeth from strong biting forces. Bruxism has negative effects on your oral health and can cause wear and tears to your teeth, lead to tooth […]
All of us want to have that perfect smile. But it can be hard to achieve if a person has false or crooked teeth. Braces are a decent option for aligning those teeth. Swollen gums with braces? They are a norm for people getting orthodontic treatment. A typical reaction to the placement of braces is […]
Many children undergo a wisdom tooth extraction. Wisdom teeth erupt when a person is between 15 to 24 years. While not necessary, most dentists prefer to have your child’s wisdom teeth removed. This is because these teeth can surprise your child in many forms. In some cases, wisdom teeth can cause just a minor pain, […]