Not every dental problem requires major work. In fact, if you have minor damage to your tooth, a dental bond may be just the thing to bring your smile back to its pristine condition. If you have a tooth that is chipped, discolored, or is misshapen.
Gum disease — also known as pyorrhea and periodontal disease — is an infection of the gums that destroys teeth when left untreated. Understanding how this disease affects much of the population can help motivate and prepare you to fight its dangerous effects.
A good oral hygiene regimen includes brushing your teeth at least twice a day. However, if your toothbrush is not in good shape, you may not be doing yourself much good. So, what do you need to know to get the most out of your toothbrush?
Saliva is not a topic many people want to talk about. Be that as it may, saliva is extremely important to the health of your mouth. It washes away the leftover bits of food that are in your mouth, and it also neutralizes the acids that lead to tooth decay.
If you have a cavity, you will want to have it filled by Dr. Danlu Lee or Dr. Wendy Yeung, at Radiant Smiles Family Dentistry. One of the popular methods for filling cavities is using a composite resin. Composite fillings can be shaded to match the rest of your tooth so that your filling will be unnoticeable to other people.
Are you seeking for the perfect solution to replace a missing tooth or teeth? Dr. Danlu Lee & Wendy Yeung and our professionals in Kirkland, Washington, want to give you the dental care you need and one of the best solutions to replacing teeth is installing a dental bridge. This will drastically improve your bite, eating and speaking abilities, as well as ease any discomfort you’ve been experiencing.
Everyone loves a bright smile. And Radiant Smiles Family Dentistry loves seeing people with bright smiles! If you are self-conscious about your smile because of missing teeth, it may be time to talk to us about dental implants to see if they are right for you. Dental implants are a safe, effective alternative to dentures or partials for many patients.
Minimizing the risk of thumb-sucking should be the first task in every parent to ensure their children have the best chance of oral health care success. If thumb sucking is allowed to continue, it can lead to spacing and misalignment issues with your child’s teeth.