Cavities happen, but it can be very disheartening to need to have another one filled after you have made it your personal mission to stop them from forming. Regular brushing and fluoride treatments go only so far when you make you mouth a warm an inviting place for cavities to take hold. For those who have not been able to figure out why cavities keep forming, here's a few quick tips that might be the ultimate answer to your dental woes.
If you're currently pregnant, you may not be feeling like you look your best. When you are looking for ways to improve your looks, you may be thinking about starting with your teeth. You figure it's the one area that can be improved on with minimal risks, and that a pearly white smile will be sure to impress others. However, you need to know the risk of this type of procedure while pregnant, however small they may be.
Dental implants are in most cases a highly successful procedure, with an implant survival rate of about 92 percent over a period of seven years. But while most dental implant patients recover from their installation without issues, some do experience complications, including allergic reactions to the metals in the implant. The symptoms of these allergies can be subtle and emerge years after the implant is installed, meaning both you and your dentist will need to be prepared to recognize the signs.
Although many different commercial products are made to help remove dental discoloration, you may prefer a natural approach. Here are several common food items that can help whiten your teeth: Coconut Oil Coconut oil, which is a natural oil derived from coconuts, is usually a solid around room temperature. As a result, the oil is easy to manipulate for dental purposes. You can place a small scoop of the solid oil onto your toothbrush to clean and whiten your teeth.