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How Partial Dentures Can Improve Your Smile

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 08/04/2020

Are you missing one or more teeth? If so, partial dentures could represent an excellent solution. Similar to retainers, these dentures provide replacement teeth that restore your smile.  Benefits of partial dentures: – Involve a non-surgical method to replace missing teeth. – Natural-looking and functions like natural teeth – May be preferable for people who…

Are There Any Options Besides a Root Canal?

Posted by: Dr Poyan Barabari Posted 02/04/2020

There are times when a root canal may be required if one or more teeth has been severely damaged (such as through an injury or an infection). However, you might also be able to leverage other treatments in order to address the issue within a short period of time. Three alternatives include: It might be…

Learn About Partially Erupted Wisdom Teeth

Posted by: Dr Panayiotis Karavellas Posted 26/03/2020

The third molars at the back of the mouth are known as wisdom teeth, and they are the last teeth to emerge during the teen years. If there isn’t enough room for them to emerge they remain partially erupted. Key takeaways: – This means that most or all of the tooth remains below the gum…

Why Should I Keep Using My Retainer Forever?

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 20/03/2020

Most people will need to wear a retainer full-time for around a year after having their teeth realigned through orthodontic treatment. However, your dentist will also recommend continued use of a retainer beyond this period. Key takeaways: Teeth can shift throughout your life and this can be magnified for those who have orthodontic treatment. After…

Are Poor Genes to Blame for Poor Dental Health?

Posted by: Dr Adyl Asani Posted 12/03/2020

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Although genetics plays a part in dental health, environmental factors are as important: – Lifestyle choices such as a high-sugar diet, smoking and oral hygiene all affect your dental health as much as genetics. – Those who are more at risk of tooth decay or gum disease due to their genes can…

Why You Might Be Suffering From TMJ Disorder

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 04/03/2020

Temporomandibular (TMJ) disorder can cause different symptoms in different people, a reason why people suffer from this condition for years without being fully aware of it.  To help, we have rounded up three main warning signs that are often disregarded. Key takeaways: Finger tingling and numbness might be as a result of a TMJ disorder….

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