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4 Options to Replace Missing Teeth

Having a missing teeth is just like assembling a furniture you bought from IKEA. What if when you are almost finished putting the pieces together and you are short of a screw, you would be dumbfounded, right? You would be left wondering when the first part would fall off or which other parts would break because of the missing screw. Well, that’s what it is like to go without replacing a missing tooth. Your teeth begin to move around and the bone begins to break down. It can cause gaps to form, decrease chewing ability, increase gum disease and cause…
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How does Invisalign® works?

The treatment process for Invisalign® clear teeth aligners (often referred to as “clear braces”), is one of the procedure’s major benefits. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign® does not rely on metal brackets and wires to correct common orthodontic concerns such as teeth misalignment and bite issues. In fact, Invisalign®’s system of plastic aligners are virtually undetectable while in use and are known for offering comfortable and relatively quick results. The custom-designed, removable Invisalign® teeth aligners are created based on a dental impression taken here at our office. Once they are produced, a series of aligner trays will be given to you to take home. Each…
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Invisalign vs Traditional Braces – Which is better?

For many years the public has debated whether braces or Invisalign is better. We are here to offer you the cold hard facts about each! Then, you can decide what you think is best for yourself! Invisalign When Invisalign was introduced it almost seemed too good to be true. The concept of having straight teeth without ever being called “brace-face” or “metal mouth” was appealing to many people. Here is how it is designed to work:  Pieces of composite material will be strategically placed on certain teeth, then, trays that are custom to your mouth will be made in conjunction…
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Tips on how to stop grinding your teeth

Teeth grinding or bruxism is a condition that happens to many people, knowing or unknowingly. It is a habit that is very difficult to break. Although many of them do not experience significant symptoms from it, bruxism can lead to numerous dental problems including unexplained jaw pain and loose teeth. Hence, as soon as you realise you grind your teeth, there are steps you should take to stop doing it. Stress Management Stress is known to be the main reason why some people end up grinding their teeth at night. While little can be done to eliminate stress altogether, there…
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