3 Things To Know About Dental Bonding For Fixing Chipped Teeth

If you are eating something really hard and suddenly feel a piece of your tooth chip off, you will probably want to call a dentist soon to get this tooth fixed. One of the methods a dentist might recommend for fixing this tooth is called bonding. While bonding is a good method for fixing chipped teeth, it is not always the best option. Before you agree to this, you may want to learn more about what bonding is, so you can make the right decision. Read More 

2 Homemade, Natural Treatment Options For Easing Mild Discomfort After Your Dental Implant Surgery

If you have recently undergone dental implant surgery, you may be experiencing some mild symptoms, such as pain, swelling, and minor bleeding around the insertion sites. If so, you may decide you want to try one or both of the following homemade, natural treatment options for relieving your discomfort, as well as help prevent infection, using ingredients found in supermarkets and pharmacies. Option 1:  Apply A Soothing, Cold Compress On Your Gums Read More 

Possible Complications And Treatments After A Dental Injury

If you fall or become injured during a sporting event and injure one of your teeth, then you may not think about seeing your dentist right away. This is the case if the tooth does not immediately seem mobile. An immediate appointment with your dentist is necessary so that cracks and chips can be located and treated. The professional will also schedule a follow up appointment so that potentially harmful damage can be evaluated after the soft tissues around the tooth start to heal. Read More