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Dentures Or Dental Implants: Which Do You Need?

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If you’re missing one or more teeth and need to replace them, there are a number of procedures you can opt for, including dentures and dental implants. But which one is right for you? A look at dental implants Do you mind undergoing dental surgery? If you choose implants, you should expect at least two surgical periods within a period of several months. Their level of complication also makes them more expensive than dentures and other replacement options. With dental implants, an artificial post made from titanium is surgically inserted into the jaw, where it bonds to the jawbone creating a strong support that is similar to the root of your natural tooth on which the tooth replacement can be mounted. This process makes implants look and feel like your natural teeth. Dental implants have many benefits: they’re stronger and more durable compared to dentures and other restorations, plus they…


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6 Ways To Get Your Kids Excited About The Dentist

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There are many firsts when raising your child, some of which are fun and exciting, and others challenging and frustrating. Unfortunately, visiting the dentist falls in the latter category, with a lot of kicking, tears, and throwing stuff. This is not how you want to lay your child’s foundation for a healthy mouth and smile. So, how can you get your child to stop throwing a tantrum every time they need a dental check-up, and even get excited about seeing the dentist? Visit a friendly dentist You need to introduce children to dentistry in a fun and carefree way so they enjoy going for a dental checkup. Do your research on paediatric dentists; visit their office, meet the staff, and see how comfortable and relaxed you feel. If you’re contented, your child should be as well. Lead by example If you’re nervous about seeing the dentist yourself, your kid will…


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