If you are looking at the different alternatives you have to make your smile more aesthetically pleasing, there is no question that the idea of porcelain crowns will come up. This form of cosmetic dentistry is one of the faster ways to completely transform the appearance of your smile. However convenient and effective, a lot of potential patients will completely skip this option altogether, and this is usually due to some misconception about porcelain crowns. [Read More]
Serious Health Risks Of A Dental Fistula
A dental fistula is a canal that opens up between an infected tooth and another area of the body such as the sinus, soft tissue, or bloodstream. The spread of infected material through your body has potentially serious health risks if the fistula and related abscessed tooth untreated. Here are a few of the most serious health risks of a dental fistula. If you suspect you have a tooth infection, contact your dentist immediately to receive treatment so that the problem doesn't progress: [Read More]
Should You Get Crowns Or Veneers?
If you are currently unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, due to staining, chips, or spacing issues, you can get either crowns or veneers to cover these imperfections. While each of these procedures works well at covering the imperfections, there is more to know about each one when deciding which is right for you. What are dental crowns? You first option is to get a dental crown. This is a restoration procedure that fabricates a cap made of porcelain or other materials to be placed over the problem tooth. [Read More]
Can You Get Dental Implants With Osteoporosis?
Dental implants are an increasingly popular method of replacing lost teeth. Implants are not for everybody though. If you have osteoporosis, there is a possibility that you might not qualify for implants. Before talking to your dentist, here is some information you need to know. What Is Necessary for Implants? The most important factor in whether or not you can get implants while having osteoporosis is your bone density. Implants are inserted into your jawbone. [Read More]