Learning to Manage Your Dental Problems

Learning to Manage Your Dental Problems

  • Cavitations: The Silent Side Effect Of Common Dental Procedures

    Everyone knows that there are risks of infection after having a root canal or having teeth extracted, but one silent and not well-known side effect are cavitations. These are chronic infections of the jaw bone that result from dead tissue left or bacteria left behind after your teeth have been extracted. Circulation in this area is not good, so properly healing in this area cannot happen. While cavitations often occur after these dental treatments, but often go undetected for years.

  • Understanding The Implant Procedure And The Benefits You Will Gain

    Dental implants can be used to replace missing teeth in your mouth. They are placed surgically and are an alternative to having dentures. There are several benefits in having dental implants over dentures. You may have some questions about how the procedure is performed and what to expect afterwards. Here are some of the benefits you can enjoy by having the procedure done. What Happens During An Implant Surgery? Having implants placed will be done in a surgical setting.

  • 3 Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures To Improve Your Smile

    Having a smile that you're proud of will boost your self-confidence. You will share your smile with the world, and it's important that you like your teeth. There are a variety of cosmetic procedures that can improve the look of your teeth if you are unhappy with the current appearance. Knowing various cosmetic dental procedures may motivate you to schedule an appointment with your dentist. Teeth Whitening Getting your teeth whiter can make you feel better about your smile.

  • Types Of Dental Implants: In The Bone Or On The Bone

    Dental implants have become a highly popular option for tooth replacement. A dental implant, generally constructed of durable titanium, is a safe and effective substitute for the tooth root. As a dental implant fuses with your natural bone, it forms a stable base for your replacement tooth. The most common types of dental implants include endosteal (in the bone) implants and subperiosteal (on the bone) implants. Learn more about each type and their unique benefits.

About Me

Learning to Manage Your Dental Problems

As a homeschool parent and independent contractor, I don't always have time to practice good dental care. I often find myself in a rush just to meet my daily tasks and goals. My lack of good dental care eventually caught up with me. After experiencing severe pain in my back tooth, I made an appointment with my dentist. My dentist found a large hole in the center of the tooth. Root canal treatment couldn't save the tooth, so my dentist extracted it. I learned a very painful and valuable lesson that day. No matter how hectic my life is, I should still make time to brush and floss my teeth properly. I'm here to help you and other people avoid painful dental problems with my blog. I offer tips on how to keep your teeth clean and how to spot dental problems before they get out of control. Good luck.