How to Secure Lower Dentures

Are you having problems keeping your lower dentures in place? Don’t worry. You’re not the only one! Most people who have lower dentures find it difficult to hold them down especially when they’re eating or chewing. Compared to upper dentures, lower dentures are harder to keep in place because the ridge on our lower jaw is narrower and there is far more muscle movement in the lower ...

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What is Dental Bonding?

Do you want to fix your slightly damaged teeth? Are you looking for treatment that’s not painful and complicated? Dr. Walter Hadley of Marineland Dental Care offers dental bonding for people who want a simple and painless procedure. Bonding can repair decayed teeth, restore broken or chipped teeth, cover stains, close gaps, replace old fillings, and enhance your smile. It’s made of quality ...

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Three of the Most Popular Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Cosmetic dental treatments, or "smile makeovers" as some like to call them, are more popular than ever. Private dentists have a wide array of tools and techniques at their disposal to offer exciting, rejuvenating cosmetic dental procedures. However, not all treatments will be as effective for certain people as they will be for others. Here's a short list of some of the most popular kinds of ...

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Sedation Dentistry for Fearful Patients

What keeps you from visiting your local dental clinic? Are you afraid of the dentist? Scared of injections? Like many people, dental fears can prevent you from getting the needed treatment. If you delay your appointment, you’ll be surprised to wake up one day with a nagging toothache and find yourself getting a complicated treatment. You can prevent this from happening with the help of Dr. ...

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Preventive Dental Care at Kennewick, WA

Daily oral hygiene is essential in keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Brushing with fluoride toothpaste helps remove plaque and food debris in your mouth. Flossing, on the other hand, takes out the small particles that are trapped in between your teeth. Apart from this, you need preventive dental care to maintain your oral health. This is where you need the help of your Kennewick WA dentist, ...

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How to Fight Tooth Decay

Children and teenagers are much more prone to tooth decay. They love to eat sugary and starchy snacks like candies, chocolates, and chips. Sometimes they go to bed without cleaning their teeth. As a result, they suffer from toothaches and cry in pain. This can affect their school performance and their quality of life. They may experience fatigue, anxiety, irritability, and withdrawal from normal ...

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Five Things That You Should Know About Lumineers

Some of your day-to-day activities can damage your precious teeth. Look at how you clean your mouth. Vigorous brushing can wear down your teeth and irritate your gums. You might even be holding your mobile phone, gadgets, and other objects using your teeth. You could also be fond of crunching and chewing ice while drinking your favorite soda. Bad oral habits like these can wreak havoc on your ...

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Mini-implants as a Way to Secure Lower Dentures

One of the toughest challenges involved in wearing lower dentures is trying to keep them on while you are eating or talking. Dislodging lower dentures is such a common problem especially for new denture wearers that most people become frustrated and dissatisfied with their dentures. However, there is an effective way to secure lower dentures. Welcome, mini-implants. These are Titanium metal ...

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How to Treat Different Stages of Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, can be prevented by practicing good oral hygiene. That should include brushing at least two times a day (morning and night) and flossing at least once a day ideally before you go to bed. However, if you are already suffering from periodontal disease, there are available professional treatments you can get from your Kennewick WA dentist. Since ...

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How Dentures Affect Your Dental Functions

If you are planning to get dentures, expect to encounter a few challenges when it comes to your daily routine. After you’ve received your new dentures, it will still take several weeks before you can fully adjust to it and do your dental functions with ease. Rest assured, any inconveniences would be merely temporary, so you’ll get to enjoy having a complete set of teeth as soon as you’ve ...

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