If you bite down hard on a piece of food or have sustained a blow to the face, you may notice that your dental crown is loose or has fallen off. When this occurs, your mind may race with questions. Here are a few frequently asked questions related to losing dental crowns and the answers. What Causes You to Lose a Dental Crown? The most common reason why you can lose a dental crown is from force. [Read More]
Are Your Teeth Ready For False Prosthetic Teeth?
Whether you're dressing up for a costume party, a play, or just to have a little fun, temporary prosthetic teeth can provide that finishing touch to a costume. If you're interested in false fangs, you might want to stop by your dentist's office first. Prosthetic teeth are a lot of fun, but they can potentially harm your teeth without a professional's assistance. Read on to learn how this happens and what your dentist can do to prevent it. [Read More]
What Happens If One Of Your Child's Adult Teeth Never Comes In?
While this is a fairly rare occurrence, it does happen, so it's important to be prepared with what to do if your child's adult tooth never comes in. Typically, once your child loses their baby tooth, you will pretty immediately notice the emergence of the adult tooth. If this doesn't happen within a few weeks or so, then it's time to take action to discover what the problem might be. Here's what you should do: [Read More]
How To Make Your Teen Less Invisible
A lot of teenagers often describe themselves as "invisible" to their peers. They feel ordinary, or they are so embarrassed about something they try to hide. This is quite common with teens who know that their teeth are not perfect, and are embarrassed by it. You can help restore your teen's confidence with Invisalign for teens, and help make them less invisible. Here is how. Rebuilding Confidence Without Focusing on One Aspect [Read More]