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Porcelain Veneers May Be the Perfect Solution By: Dr. Susan Wells
Oftentimes teeth can be healthy, yet over time they become discolored, stained or may even have cracks or small chips in them For these situations, porcelain veneers, which can be placed on one or several teeth and can even be used to close gaps or ...
Dental Implants Could Be the Perfect Solution By: Dr. Susan Wells
When a tooth is lost or extracted, it leaves a gap and the possibility of a wide range of negative effects that can result from an empty space where a tooth once was To begin with, food can become trapped, which can lead to cavities or gum disease, ...
Problems With Dentures Are a Thing of the Past By: Dr. Susan Wells
Often, as Americans get older, they lose their teeth and end up with either full or partial dentures In fact, studies show that by the age of seventy-four, twenty-six percent of adults have lost all of their permanent ...
There's Much More to a Tooth Than What You See By: Dr. Susan Wells
You use your teeth constantly and--if you practice good oral hygiene--brush them at least twice a day and floss them once a day But how much do you really know about your teeth and what they need to remain ...
There's More to Tooth-Colored Fillings Than Meets the Eye By: Dr. Susan Wells
If a tooth that shows when you smile develops a cavity, a tooth-colored filling will blend in with your tooth and be aesthetically pleasing Because they come in a variety of colors and shades, a tooth-colored filling can be matched exactly to the ...
Get a Beautiful Smile With Porcelain Veneers By: Dr. Susan Wells
Not all teeth hold up well over time Even with good dental care and oral hygiene, teeth can crack, chip or become discolored, and sometimes they can even be uneven or irregularly ...
What is the Difference Between Plaque, Tartar and Calculus? By: Dr. Susan Wells
Bacteria are constantly present in your mouth and plaque is simply a clear sticky substance that is made of bacteria This film of bacteria is not harmful to your teeth or the health of your gums as long as it is removed daily, and removing it is ...
Gum Disease Can Affect Much More Than Just Oral Health By: Dr. Susan Wells
On May 25th, 2000, The Surgeon General released a report entitled Oral Health In America that indicated a "possible association between periodontal disease (gum disease) and diseases such as atherosclerosis, heart attacks and strokes" Since that ...
Important Facts About Teeth Whitening By: Dr. Susan Wells
Because of the porcelain-like enamel surface of teeth, every one of us starts out with white teeth But over time, the enamel wears down and becomes transparent, which allows dentin (the tooth's core material which has a yellow hue), to show ...
Straighten Your Teeth the 'Invisible' Way By: Dr. Susan Wells
Straight teeth are healthier than crooked or crowded teeth which can interfere with eating and good oral hygiene Braces have always been the best option for straightening teeth or correcting teeth that are overcrowded, and now with Invisalign® ...
New Product Removes Discomfort From the Soft Tissue Grafting Process By: Dr. Susan Wells
In a healthy mouth, gum tissue is positioned up tightly against each tooth, protecting the tooth root beneath its surface from sensitivity, decay and disease However, incorrect (aggressive) brushing or gum disease can cause gum recession where the ...
A Smile Makeover Could Be Just What You're Looking For By: Dr. Susan Wells
Beautiful smiles have become an important part of looking and feeling good And smile makeovers are now an important part of the services that dentists ...
Invisalign® Braces Straighten Teeth Almost 'Invisibly' By: Dr. Susan Wells
The process for straightening teeth is often one that patients don't look forward to because metal braces can sometimes be uncomfortable and awkward The good news is that with dental advances, the same results can now be obtained without the side ...
Mouthguards Can Help Improve Sports Performance By: Dr. Susan Wells
It's a pretty well-known fact that mouthguards are effective in protecting an athlete's teeth, gums and jawbone from injuries that could be caused by hard collisions or blows to the head or mouth Because they provide a cushion between the lower and ...
Ask the Warrior Dentist - Dental Care For Seniors By: Dr. Susan Wells
As long as we have teeth - even if they might be replacement teeth - we will require expert and regular dental care That's why dental care for seniors is such a significant and vibrant area of the overall field of ...
Ask The Warrior Dentist: How Can My Dentist Spot Oral Cancer? By: Dr. Susan Wells
Whenever you go to your dentist for a checkup, regardless of what else the dentist may do during your visit, he or she will always be on the lookout for any signs of trouble regarding your oral health One thing that dentists and dental hygienists ...
Ask The Warrior Dentist: The Causes And Cures For Bad Breath By: Dr. Susan Wells
Bad breath is unpleasant, and the only way to effectively treat it with any kind of permanent results is to understand what causes it in the first place Some bad breath is caused by diet, because the kinds of food we eat have their own odors and if ...
Ask the Warrior Dentist: What Kind of Anesthesia is Used in Dentistry? By: Dr. Susan Wells
Because some of us are especially nervous and fearful in a dentist's chair - or experience a dentist visit as a high-stress situation - there are many procedures used to help calm us down and keep us relaxed so that we don't have unnecessary worry ...
Ask the Warrior Dentist: What is the Difference Between a DDS and a DMD? By: Dr. Susan Wells
Dentists, like other doctors or people who have earned a PhD degree in their career field will have abbreviations after their name to show their designation or education But people often wonder what the meaning of DDS and DMD are, and if there are ...
Ask the Warrior Dentist - What's New in Dental Care? By: Dr. Susan Wells
The field of dentistry has rapidly advanced within the past couple of decades, taking full advantage of technologies including those facilitated by computer enhancements, laser beam science, and new innovations and inventions The big beneficiary is ...
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