Dental Misalignment: Comparing Your Malocclusion Treatment Options

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The misalignment of teeth is a common problem which is caused by hereditary disorders and poor oral habits. Often, the misalignment does not cause any notable deviations in terms of appearance and function of the teeth. If this is your case, treatment of the dental malocclusion is not necessary. Unfortunately, mild to severe crookedness of teeth can occur, limiting the effectiveness of the teeth. This also compromises the general facial aesthetics.…

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Why Fillings Are Not so Artificial Anymore

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In previous generations, dentists would treat any tooth decay by trying to save the affected tooth, first and foremost. Assuming that they were able to, they would then fill the gap left when the decay was removed using amalgams. These did the job, but they were far from ideal. Much has changed these days, so how do dentists deal with fillings now and why is this beneficial to you? How Fillings Have Changed with the Times…

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Spot the White Spots on Your Teeth: What White Spots on Your Teeth Mean

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White spots on teeth can ruin an otherwise attractive smile and make you self-conscious when smiling around other people. However, if white spots have appeared on your teeth, you may have more to worry about than just the way your smile looks. While white spots can appear for several reasons, they may also be an early sign of tooth decay.  Long before a cavity forms, and a tooth begins to rot, a white lesion may appear on the surface of the tooth.…

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