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What Happens When Wisdom Teeth Are Impacted?

Wisdom teeth are the last set of adult teeth to grow in, usually between the ages of 17 and 25. They emerge at the back of the mouth as your third molars, and most people have two wisdom teeth on both the top and bottom rows of teeth. When wisdom teeth don’t emerge or develop […]

Written by prositesdentalJun 29 • 3 minute read

7 Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are a long-lasting, highly durable tooth replacement option. Because dental implant restorations replace the entirety of your tooth from root to crown, they offer a wide range of improvements to your oral health, dental aesthetics, and overall quality of life. Below are some of the top benefits of dental implants. Natural Look and […]

Written by prositesdentalJun 22 • 3 minute read

Osseointegration and Dental Implant Treatment

A dental implant is an artificial titanium fixture surgically placed in your jaw to act as a replacement tooth root. While you heal, your implant fuses with the surrounding bone, becoming a permanent and stable part of your jaw. Osseointegration is a vital step in dental implant treatment, as it firmly anchors the plant post […]

Written by prositesdentalJun 15 • 3 minute read

How to Help Kids Feel Comfortable at the Dentist

If you’ve ever felt nervous before a dental appointment, you’re not alone. Going to the dentist can be intimidating for many adults, so it’s no surprise that the experience is often anxiety-inducing for kids. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed in an unfamiliar environment, especially when you don’t know what to expect. If your child is […]

Written by prositesdentalJun 8 • 3 minute read

What Is Bruxism?

Bruxism – or teeth grinding – is common and often occurs while you’re sleeping. Although medical professionals do not fully understand what causes it, bruxism is often linked to stress, certain lifestyle habits, and sleep disorders. Bruxism is sometimes difficult to detect, particularly if you’re grinding your teeth while sleeping. However, it is important to […]

Written by prositesdentalJun 1 • 3 minute read

5 Tips for Taking Care of Your Dentures

Dentures are an effective, reliable way to restore the function and aesthetics of your smile after losing multiple teeth. Whether you are missing teeth due to an injury, advanced dental decay, or gum disease, dentures can help you continue speaking, chewing, and smiling with confidence. Although dentures can be a permanent solution to missing teeth, […]

Written by prositesdentalMay 25 • 2 minute read

The Link Between Heart Health and Gum Disease

Recently, researchers have sharpened their focus on investigating the link between gum disease and cardiovascular health. While not everyone with gum diseases will develop heart problems, the two health conditions share a number of shared risk factors, including an unhealthy diet and smoking. Moreover, there is growing suspicion that gum disease can be an independent […]

Written by prositesdentalMay 18 • 2 minute read

What Causes Yellow Teeth?

Discolored teeth can cost you the confidence to talk or even smile in front of your friends and peers. Tooth discoloration is caused by several factors, ranging from poor oral hygiene and lifestyle to genetics and underlying health conditions. With the right cosmetic treatments, your dentist may be able to help you correct tooth discoloration […]

Written by prositesdentalMay 11 • 2 minute read

Questions to Ask During Your Next Dental Checkup

Whether you are monitoring an existing condition or just keeping up with routine dental cleanings and exams, regular checkups are crucial in maintaining your overall oral health. Each appointment is also an excellent opportunity to ask questions and get expert guidance from an experienced dental professional. The next time you sit in that dental chair, […]

Written by prositesdentalMay 4 • 2 minute read

Avoid These Habits to Protect Your Oral Health

We live in a chaotic and busy world, and as a result, we all fall victim to numerous undesirable habits. Some of the bad habits you may think are harmless can significantly affect your dental health. If your teeth are broken or damaged, the resulting pain can be excruciating. Therefore, you must constantly ensure that […]

Written by prositesdentalApr 27 • 2 minute read

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