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Can a Cracked or Knocked Out Tooth Be Fixed?

Can a Cracked or Knocked Out Tooth Be Fixed?

Tooth enamel may be the hardest material in the body, but teeth can still crack under pressure. Cracks in teeth can expose the softer inner layers of teeth to bacteria and may even lead to tooth loss without treatment. More severe injuries could see you losing a tooth altogether. A cracked tooth isn..... Read more

Category: Dental Emergency, Restorative Dentistry

Porcelain Veneers vs. Composite Veneers

Porcelain Veneers vs. Composite Veneers

If you want to cover up tooth stains, gaps, minor damage or other aspects of your smile you're not happy with, your dentist might suggest dental veneers as an option. Veneers are thin coverings that can replace the front surface of your teeth to give you a whiter or more even smile. If you are inter..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

Do I Need to Fix a Chipped Tooth?

Do I Need to Fix a Chipped Tooth?

The teeth may be the strongest part of the body, but they're not indestructible. Chipping or breaking a tooth is a common dental injury that can happen to people of all ages. Knowing what to do if your tooth gets damaged could improve your chance of making a fast recovery. Teeth may be more prone to..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry, Orthodontics, Restorative Dentistry

What Are the Pros and Cons of Dental Veneers?

What Are the Pros and Cons of Dental Veneers?

Many people have something they want to change about their smiles. Whether your teeth are stained or discoloured, short, crooked, chipped or you have gaps in your smile, you can talk to your dentist about the cosmetic treatments they offer to help you make the changes you want. One option is dental ..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

How to Straighten Teeth Without Braces

How to Straighten Teeth Without Braces

If teeth are crooked, stick out or don't come together properly, this can sometimes cause problems with eating or speech, as well as increasing the risk of dental injuries and oral diseases. These may be corrected with orthodontic treatment.[1] Orthodontics traditionally uses metal braces to apply f..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry