Large gaps between your teeth are like light-up tennis shoes – they're adorable on little kids who are missing a tooth or two, but as you grow up, they seem less and less cute and more and more embarrassing. But if you're missing a tooth and you feel embarrassed or ashamed about it, how can you close the gap that causes you so much anxiety whenever anyone holds up a picture?
Among the wealth of dental techniques available to day, implants are of the most versatile, durable, and attractive. Yet for many the dental implant process remains shrouded in mystery--a fact that often keeps them from pursuing this course. If you would like to increase your knowledge of dental implants, read on. This article will introduce you to the four phases of the implant process. Phase 1: Consultation Even if you are suffering from a problem which dental implants can solve, your dentist might feel there is an alternate treatment that would work better.
My teeth weren't in very good shape and they were painful, so I decided to get dentures. After having my remaining teeth extracted, I visited the denture clinic. The dentist made an impression of my mouth and sent the results to the lab so my dentures could be made. I'm very pleased with the outcome and my mouth isn't painful anymore. Hello readers, my name is Greta Hopkins and even though I've never blogged before, I just had to tell everyone about my experience with dentures. When you read my blog, you'll learn all about the process of getting them and some tips to follow to help you adjust to wearing fake teeth. I'm grateful for my dentures and it's my wish that you have a wonderful experience with yours too. I hope that reading my blog will educate you about wearing them.