The dentist’s office doesn’t have to be a frightening place. These resources will help your children overcome their fear of the dentist and teach you and your family about dental hygiene. Try some of these techniques to ease your child’s fears about going to the dentist. Get them to practice good dental hygiene techniques from the start and they’ll have healthy teeth. Your child doesn’t have to be afraid of the dentist. Learn how to ease their phobiaon this page.
Calm your child down before going to the dentist so they can have a quick and easy checkup.
Need some dental implantsto replace missing teeth? Learn about all of your options on this page. A fixed bridge can help improve your smile. Read more about the procedure and what it does on this page.
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Missing teeth can damage your self-esteem, but modern dentistry offers many replacement options. Talk to your dentist about the different dental implant options which can repair your smile and give you the confidence to show it off.
If you’ve lost a tooth because of an accident or periodontal disease, then a cosmetic dentist can implant a substitute root to which he or she can attach an artificial tooth. As long as you are in good overall health, you are a candidate for a dental implant to replace missing or damaged teeth. Talk to your general dentist about how dental implants can help you.
A fixed bridge might be a better solution if dental implants are not suited to you. Instead of being attached to the root, the fixed bridge false tooth is attached to the adjoining natural tooth. The effect is similar to dentures, but the false tooth is permanently attached to your other teeth. With proper care, fixed bridges can last up to ten years. Best Choice for You Fixed bridges are more affordable, although they are somewhat less durable than dental implants. Dental implants are better long-term solutions for your missing teeth because they integrate themselves into the jawbone like natural teeth, creating a permanent solution.
Talk to your dentist about the best option for you that will restore your beautiful smile and improve your quality of life. Tebo Dental Group can help you get the dental implants you want. We also have a experienced range of infant dentists and pediatric dentists to give the whole family a mouth full of great teeth.
Call us today at (678) 894-7091or visit our website to learn more.
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We happily treat our patients at 3 locations: Tebo Family Dentistry Lilburn, Tebo Dentistry For Kids Lilburn & Tebo Family Dentistry Gainesville. At Tebo, Our Mission Is To Brighten Your Smile! You can reach us at (678) 894-7091.
Dental implants are generally given 3-4 months to integrate (fuse) to the jawbone before anything is attached to them. However, in some cases, early loading (attachment) at 1-11 weeks or immediate loading (at the time of implant placement) is possible, especially directly after tooth extraction.
In order to connect the implant with a restoration (crown, bridge, partial or denture) an abutment, (coupler) is secured inside the implant and the restoration is secured over the abutment(s).
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How often do you schedule a dental examination to have your teeth checked and cleaned?
About one-third of Americans do not schedule regular dental visits. But dental checkups are important to helping you maintain your teeth and overall health.
During a dental examination, here is what to expect:
- Initial consultation – your dentist and dental team members are trained professionals who will work together to review your oral health and identify any dental or health needs; review your medical and dental histories and discuss any previous or current oral health concerns
- X-rays – a series of partial- or full-mouth X-rays may be taken to identify cavities or other dental problems not apparent during a visual review
- Teeth cleaning and polishing – the dentist or hygienist will remove any plaque on or between your teeth and then apply a tooth polish; proper brushing and flossing techniques may be reviewed
- Examination – your dentist will review the X-rays and conduct a visual evaluation of your teeth and gums and look for any symptoms of oral cancer or other health concerns, such as diabetes, stroke, respiratory conditions or rheumatoid arthritis
- Treatment plan – once the examination is complete, your dentist will review your oral health and options for any treatment or follow-up care; additional appointments may be set up as well as a date for your next six-month checkup and cleaning to help you maintain good oral health
Bad Breath Could be the Result of a Dental Problem
About 85% of people with persistent bad breath have a dental condition that is to blame. If bad breath is the cause of a dental condition, mouthwash will only mask the odor and not cure it.
Don’t be embarrassed to talk to your dentist, they are there to help you. Flossing daily and brushing your teeth & tongue twice a day can greatly reduce and possibly eliminate bad breath.
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