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Are cosmetic dentistry techniques useful for improving my dental health?

Although some procedures are merely cosmetic, none would be detrimental to your oral health; and besides, cosmetic dentists are concerned with your oral health along with your self-confidence in your smile. Cosmetic dentistry has a wide range of benefits, many of which are useful to your dental health.

How long Do veneers last?

The lifespan of your dental veneers depends on your upkeep and maintenance, the health of your natural teeth and gums, as well as certain lifestyle factors. Patients who do not subject their veneers to excessive force and who maintain good dental hygiene can enjoy their veneers for twenty or more years.

Is it suitable for my child to have x-rays?

You should be certain that the complications involved with this are comparatively low radiation doses are none. Digital x-rays, which are quite less dangerous than traditional X-rays, and are used at our clinic.

Is there certain food I should not eat if I have braces on?

Some meals should be eliminated when wearing braces to avoid complications. For example, hard fruits should be chopped before eating or avoided entirely. Chewing hard candies may cause braces to distort or crack.

Is it necessary to schedule a pre-surgery consultation?

 It is important to schedule a pre-surgery consultation session with the oral surgeon so that he may examine your teeth and mouth properly. As some people believe that speaking with a dentist and receiving a diagnosis is sufficient preparation for oral or maxillofacial surgery.

How can I tell if I require root canal treatment?

A root canal is required when the fragile pulp from inside of the root of a tooth gets infected. Tooth discomfort, gum sensitivity, prolonged tooth sensitivity, and tooth discoloration are all indicators of such conditions. To identify if a root canal is required, the dentist may need to take an X-Ray.

Can veneers stain?

Porcelain veneers don’t stain the same way that natural teeth do. That’s because unlike the enamel that makes up natural teeth, porcelain is non-porous. That means it doesn’t absorb coffee and other common stain-causing foods and drinks.