Many people have the misconception that young children’s oral hygiene is not that important because of the fact that permanent teeth will replace their first set of teeth which is the Milk teeth. Milk teeth need to be given as much care as the permanent teeth. The white bright appearance of milk teeth of children does not mean that their teeth are protected or healthy. The health of the milk teeth in children is important for the proper eruption of their permanent teeth. Early loss of milk teeth can cause misalignment of the permanent teeth or other orthodontic problems concerning the alignment of the teeth. Here are five interesting things to do with your children so that they take care of their oral hygiene from early on.
Braces are usually recommended by Dentists to enhance your facial appearance or if you experience discomfort while smiling due to structural issues. Aesthetics is one side of the story but on the flip side, if you leave orthodontic problems unaddressed, it can lead to several oral health problems. Here are 7 signs to look for if your teeth need dental braces.
Tooth extraction procedures are done only when the tooth has decayed beyond salvage point. In some trauma cases, the tooth has to be extracted due to the extensive damage it has suffered. Nowadays people wish to replace the extracted tooth immediately with dental implants in the same sitting. This tendency is more when front teeth are extracted as the aesthetic of the smile is lost. You can get your implants immediately after your tooth has been extracted. These specialized implants are called Immediate Dental Implants.
If all or most of your teeth are missing or decayed beyond a point of salvage they need replacement. One of the most effective treatments available for restoring your lustrous smile is getting Full Denture Implants. They are also known as implant-supported dentures or full mouth dental implants.