If you are looking to alter your smile then you may be considering brightening it up with teeth whitening treatments. In this post, our Summerland dentists list the potential side effects of professional teeth whitening and other things to keep in mind.
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If you are missing teeth then you may have been recommended dental implants. These can not only restore your smile but can also prevent bone loss which can occur when teeth are missing. Our dentists in Summerland talk about dental implants and whether they can stop or reverse bone loss.
The process of getting dentures is pretty straightforward and simple when it comes to tooth replacement. But what should you expect once they are in place? Our Summerland dentists discuss what to expect when adjusting to new dentures and how to make yourself more comfortable.
While it is common for everyone to experience feeling nervous at the dentist, this can be especially true for children. In order to help children feel more relaxed, our office offers dental sedation for your child. Here, our Summerland dentists discuss whether dental sedation is safe for children and what the different types are.
Flossing is one of the main and most important steps when it comes to oral hygiene. Flossing helps to remove all particles between our teeth that our toothbrush may have left behind. Here, our Summerland dentists discuss the reason why flossing is so important and what the different flossing tools are to make flossing simple.
Sleep apnea can have a negative effect on various aspects of a person's health and quality of life, but how serious can it become? Today, our Summerland dentists talk about how your body responds to sleep apnea and when it might become life-threatening.
If you are looking to transform your smile then you may be considering tooth whitening treatments. Our Summerland dentists discuss professional teeth whitening and how a shade guide can help determine how bright you want to go.
In order for your orthodontic treatment to be successful with clear aligners, you will be required to wear them for 22 hours a day. Today, our Summerland dentists talk about what happens if you don't wear your Invisalign clear aligners as often as needed and what you can do if you get off track during treatment.