When you haven’t really thought much about accidentally losing your Invisalign treatment trays before, you may actually be more likely to do so! At first, you might find that you’re extremely protective of your trays and you do your best to keep them in view. However, when you start to get used to wearing them and feel more comfortable, your habits about safeguarding them when they’re out of your smile may start to become a bit lax. Unfortunately, all it takes is one false move and your trays are gone! Consider common ways this happens to many patients, so you can avoid them!
You can absolutely keep your porcelain veneers looking exceptional even years after you receive them. That is, assuming you know very well how to protect your smile by keeping it clean. When you keep teeth, gums, and the veneers you’ve chosen cleansed and cared for, you do your best to make the most of your smile’s beauty! Let’s talk basic smile care details and that porcelain will shine and shine!
When you want teeth whitening but you have types of stains or discoloration that simply are not going to respond to this form of care, what do you do? Are you certain at the moment about your particular types of discoloration and whether it’s going to respond well to whitening or not? Fortunately, with some quick information, we can get you on track toward understanding if you’re a candidate or, if not, how we may still help you attain a gorgeous white smile.
There are a few ways to have a better grip on whether or not you’re ready for cosmetic dentistry. However, if this is all very new to you, then you may feel like you’re grasping at straws and have absolutely no idea where to begin. Fortunately, with just a few guiding suggestions, we can help you better sense that either this is a good time in your life … or not so wonderful a time … to get going with making your smile look even better.
There’s nothing quite like the sensation of sensitive teeth. One second, you’re enjoying yourself and the next second, it feels like every nerve in your tooth is highly aggravated! You may close your eyes, cup your face, take a deep breath, and wait for it to stop. If it’s something that affects you consistently, then you know this is no way to live! Rather than ignore it, we strongly suggest you take action to resolve the problem, which may very well include using sensitivity toothpaste. Before you do, however, consider some important details.
When you take the time to come in to see us about your TMJ disorder and then receive TMJ treatment, you are doing exactly what we suggest of our patients. Choosing care for your jaw joints is always the smartest choice because preventing damage (that can easily happen in the future and for which you are seeing signs) is absolutely possible. It’s easier than trying to fix injury once it’s occurred, as well. So, what more should you be doing? Is it possible that while you’re receiving treatment, you’re doing things to sabotage it unintentionally? Consider some important details, so you know you’re doing your best.
You may catch a glimpse of your smile in a passing reflection or as you’re staring at your smile when you brush and floss. If you don’t see what you usually see, which is hopefully flat, light pink gum tissue, then you may wonder why you’re seeing swollen tissue. Why are swollen gums suddenly a characteristic representing your smile, you wonder? Before you become frantic, remember that we are here to help you! Schedule a visit, talk with us, and we will have a plan in place in no time. As for some possible reasons this is happening, consider common explanations to get started.