Dental Veneers Changed My Life

Dental Veneers Changed My Life

  • Apart From Pain, Swelling And Bleeding – Further Complications

    With dental surgery comes pain, swelling and bleeding. These are almost inevitable complications; you just have to learn to manage and control them. However, they are not the only complications you can experience after a dental operation. Other less common impediments to dental healing include: Dry Socket You know you have a dry socket condition if blood fails to clot at the site of your surgery and exposes the bone underneath.

  • Immediate Dentures – Are The Benefits Greater Than The Cost?

    When your dentist breaks the news to you that you have to get multiple teeth removed, your first thought may be, "How will I survive without teeth?" Dentures can take several weeks, or even months, to construct. During this time, you have two choices – live without teeth, or have an immediate denture made. What are immediate dentures? Immediate dentures, also known as temporary dentures, are not as detailed or perfect as permanent dentures, but they will make the transition to a permanent denture much easier.

  • Veneers Vs. Bonding: Which Is Best For You?

    When it comes to improving your dental appearance, the type of treatment you choose can make a huge difference. Patients looking to mask dental flaws often find themselves caught up in a dilemma on whether to go for dental bonding or veneers. Bonding is applied to a small section of a damaged tooth, while veneers are attached to the entire surface of the tooth. Both treatments can conceal or repair flaws on your teeth, but suitability for either will depend on your dental needs.

  • Three Teeth Veneer Fears ~ Overcome Them By Understanding Them

    Have you considered getting veneers for your teeth? If so, you may have some concerns about whether they are right for you. After all, there are a number of cosmetic options available that can correct a number of problems. The key to overcoming your fears about veneers is understanding the process of getting veneers, and you also need to keep in mind that teeth veneers have the potential to last for many years:

  • Taking Care Of Your Teeth During Pregnancy

    If you are pregnant, your body is experiencing many hormonal changes. These changes will affect your teeth and gums, making it important to continue with a regular dental cleaning routine throughout the duration of your pregnancy. Here are some tips you can use to keep your teeth in the best of shape while you are awaiting the birth of your child. Should I See A Dentist? When pregnant, it is even more important that you see a dentist than when you are not pregnant.

  • About Me

    Dental Veneers Changed My Life

    I have never liked my teeth. I had a lot of dental problems, including deep staining and oddly shaped teeth. Every tooth did not have the same shape, and some were rounded while others were more square. Not surprisingly, I never smiled in pictures and not even much in real life. This left people thinking I was mean before they even met me. My dentist told me my best bet to improve the look of my smile was a set of porcelain dental veneers. He said they could make all my teeth white and the same shape. I said I wanted them without any hesitation, and we scheduled my procedures. I love my new teeth, and they really did change my life. I created this blog to help other people living with teeth they don't like realize that they do have options that can improve their smiles and their lives.

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