You’ve been thinking about getting your teeth whitened for your big event this weekend. You’re longing for that pearly white smile, but you’re not sure about all the hustle and bustle that goes into teeth whitening.
It’s inevitable. At one point in your life, you or your child might break braces, have a filling fall out or have severe tooth pain. We know that anything that goes wrong with your mouth can be stressful, but we want to ease your mind and give you some tips to help you along the way.
Your sweet tooth is calling. It’s begging for another handful of chocolaty treats. You try to resist, but it’s your favorite. You think, “It won’t be too bad to have another handful, right? What’s the worst that can happen?” You cave and grab another helping, and as you do you think, “I’ll work out extra tomorrow.” Well, we’re going to give you some reasons why your figure isn’t the only thing you should be worried about when you eat those sugary treats.
Let’s Get One Thing Straight.
You’re having an internal struggle. You want that perfect smile you’ve always dreamed of having, but you also don’t want to walk around with metal on your teeth for the next year or two. The thought of giving business presentations, going to client luncheons and meeting new people with clunky braces on your teeth just doesn’t sound appealing to you. So now what? Do you bite the bullet and get the metal braces, or do you give up on your dreams of having the perfect smile? We have news for you. We don’t think you should ever give up on dreams of a flawless smile, so we’ve got the perfect alternative: Invisalign.
Getting braces can be an exciting and stressful time for your child or teenager. On one hand they’re excited about the perfect smile that lies ahead, and on the other, they’re nervous about the little aches and pains that go along with braces. We’re here to bring you some tips from Oral B for how you can manage your child’s pain during that first week.
You’re so close to that perfect smile. You had braces, teeth whitening and regular dentist visits, but there’s only one problem: you have a damaged tooth. You don’t know the best solution to get your perfect smile back. Well, we’re here to help and give you some insight on the benefits of dental implants and how they can improve your smile in more ways than you think.