Do you know much about the many benefits that come with dental bonding? First, let’s review what bonding does for your smile: When we bond your tooth, we use something called composite (a synthetic acrylic material). Once we customize the color of the composite, we apply it to the target area, shape it, dry it, polish it, and you’re done. As for how this can be to your advantage esthetically, we encourage you to become a bit more familiar with possible benefits.
Are you waking up in the morning with the sensation that you have a mouth full of cotton? Maybe you notice throughout the day that everything feels a bit parched and a bit sticky in there. If so, you may be suffering from an oral health issue called dry mouth. This is what occurs when your mouth is short on saliva flow. Fortunately, there’s generally a reason this is happening and there’s something you can do about it. Consider a few helpful tips to get you through.
When’s the last time you spent some time gazing into the baskets in your local drugstore’s travel-size item aisle? If it’s been a while, you might not realize how many good-for-your-smile products are sitting over there just waiting for you to take a look. First, understand that we suggest patients keep a collection of smaller dental hygiene items on hand in case of a sudden trip or need for on-the-go hygiene. As for some handy products you might want to pick up, consider our suggestions.