Denture Repair: Home Remedies and More
Concerned about your child's first visit to the dentist not going well? Dental fear or anxiety is a common problem in children. It can put stress on a child, increase the duration of a dental visit and potentially create friction between parents and dentists.
But all that needn't happen.
With the right approach, it's possible for your child to overcome their fear of the dentist and start having pleasant experiences during dental visits.
Teeth whitening is one of the cosmetic dentistry procedures associated purely with improving aesthetics. Its results are an unmatched set of sparkling white teeth. This procedure takes a single appointment and shouldn't take longer than a few hours. If you're in doubt about the procedure, knowing more about the steps involved will help ease your mind. Here is a 5-step guide to professional teeth whitening.
Checking the Shade
First, the dentist will record the shade of your teeth.
When it comes to caring for your children's teeth, finding the best family dentist is crucial. Family dentists can handle a range of oral health issues at different stages of life, meaning they can care for your little ones' teeth as they grow into adulthood. This eliminates the need to change dentists over the years.
If you've just relocated to a new town or city, you might be looking for your next family dentist.
If hypoplasia affects one or more of your permanent teeth, then these teeth have weak enamel. They have a higher risk of developing problems in the future; they also might not look so good. Hypoplastic teeth often have unsightly areas that are whiter than the norm or that take on a yellow or brown colour. These spots stand out on teeth at the front of the mouth.
Your dentist's first aim when treating hypoplasia is to help you find ways to compensate for lost enamel.
Are you in need of dentures but not sure what kind to get? Consider flexible dentures. Flexible dentures are dentures that are made of a softer material that adapts around the teeth and gums. They are an alternative to traditional porcelain or resin dentures, but are they the right option for you? Here are some of the reasons for and against this type of denture.
Firstly, flexible dentures do not need metal clasps or adhesive to hold them in place, as they are designed to fit around the gum tissue perfectly and flex into position.
Unfortunately, even the best dentures can face troubles. My name is Ella, and as a denture wearer for over a decade, I have faced almost every denture issue in the book. Along the way, I've learned tons of tips and tricks on how to repair them at home and how to diagnose issues on your own. I've also learned when it's important to call the dentist for professional assistance. In this blog, we're going to explore all of it – home remedies on cleaning dentures, fixing them, storing them and more. Take my experience and let it guide you through your denture-wearing journey. Thanks for reading! Take care, Ella.