Author: Nikita Mehta
Bruxism is the word given to the action of ‘parafunctional’ (i.e. outside of normal function e.g. eating and chewing) grinding or clenching your teeth. It can be brought on when you are stressed or anxious but is often an unconscious.
Misaligned teeth, otherwise known as malocclusion, is a common problem which can be caused by simple crowding of our teeth (where our jaws cannot accommodate all the teeth) or habits like thumb-sucking during childhood. In many cases, it’s due to.
Orthodontic treatment, more often know as a dental brace, is often considered a good treatment option to correct small gaps or spacing in teeth, especially if the teeth are more or less intact and of the correct size and proportion..
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain or a naturally coloured composite material which is placed over the teeth to improve the appearance. > Improve discoloured teeth > Shape > Alignment > Cosmetic improvement What does the process actually.
It’s a common (mis)perception that people living in Britain have some of the worst teeth in the world. This belief is perpetuated by Hollywood, as it seems that everyone living in the United States has perfectly aligned, pearly white teeth..
If you've been considering aesthetic dentistry and are looking for general advice on where to go and what to do you will no doubt need some guidance. After all, there are a number of dentists out there and it can.
When it comes to a wedding there are so many things to be thinking about. From the importance of the dress right down to the colour of the napkins on the table for the reception. However, one area is fast.
If you want to find a classic smile, you need look no further than the movies or the many celebrity magazines, jam packed with images of perfect smiles. From the flash of pearly whites at an awards ceremony through to.
Back to basics Here at Advanced Dentistry we spend a great deal of time helping people with various issues with their teeth. This can include things like discoloured teeth, crooked teeth, resolving gaps in teeth and a whole host of.
As we are all very aware, making sure your teeth and gums are kept healthy is the only way to achieve and keep a gorgeous smile. However, as with anything in life, sometimes life gets in the way of the.
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