Leta Jackson

Why Do Dental Implants Look so Natural?

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If some or all of your teeth aren't in great shape, then you may be at the stage where you want to replace them. You want a better smile. However, you're a little concerned that you won't be able to find a solution that looks natural. Dental implants are one of your best options in this scenario. You can use implants to replace one tooth or multiple teeth. You can even go all the way and have implant-supported dentures if you wish.

10 March 2020

How To Choose A Dental Practice In A New Area

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Moving to a new area can be stressful, with a lot to organise and consider. Choosing a new dentist is rarely at the top of the list, but it is important. By considering a few essential things, such as convenience and atmosphere, you can choose somewhere that is ideal for you. Good Online Reviews Looking at online reviews about dentists in your new area is a low-stakes, low-effort way to get an idea of what a dental practice is really like.

24 February 2020

3 Reasons Why You Are Feeling Pressure in Your Front Teeth

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Have you begun to feel an uncomfortable sensation of pressure in your front teeth recently? Your teeth contain a bundle of nerves and blood vessels that connect to the rest of your body. This bundle of nerves allows your teeth to feel sensations of pressure and temperature. This is useful for you while you are eating. However, if you are feeling a sustained feeling pressure, something is wrong. But don't panic.

19 February 2020

How to Decide if Invisalign Is the Right Orthodontic Treatment for You

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If you are considering undergoing a course of Invisalign, you have probably heard of the main benefits it can offer. Not only can you correct issues with your teeth discreetly, but you can also remove Invisalign if, and when, you need to. However, Invisalign isn't suitable for all orthodontic cases. And you are no doubt aware of this too. But how do you decide whether Invisalign is right for you and your particular case?

30 January 2020