How well do you take care of your teeth? Sure, you may brush them twice a day for two minutes. You floss everyday (we’re exaggerating here). You even put up with a semi-annual visit to the dentist just to have them scrape at your teeth and criticize your cleaning habits. However, that might not be enough to have a full set of healthy teeth your whole life.
When it comes to losing a tooth, life can be hard. Suddenly, eating and speaking turn into a chore. You have less confidence in yourself. To add more salt to the wound, a missing tooth can cause more teeth to fall out!
Wow, time flies fast! We’re only days into 2018 and already last year seems so distant. Hopefully your holidays contained lots of laughter and quality time with your family and friends.
Oftentimes, we see an influx of patients come in for one reason, they want a dental implant. Why is that? In one case, they went through their camera to find the best holiday photos to share. However, they felt embarrassed by the fact they rarely smiled in any of the photos, and when they did, the gap in their teeth openly stood out.
Are you struggling with a missing tooth yourself? Don’t let your missing tooth play with your emotions any longer. Make 2018 the year you take back your healthy smile with help from dental implants!
Keeping up with your smile is important, even if it means skipping out on your favorite treats and candies. Too many sweets leads to plaque – a film-like substance that overlays your teeth – the ultimate cause of tooth decay. A study conducted by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) concludes 92% of all adults 20-64 years of age have at least one cavity. If you don’t want to be a part of that percentage, start taking care of your teeth today by eating right! It’s time to pass up on desserts and look at foods that not only prevent tooth decay, but keep your teeth strong and healthy.
No one has a perfect smile, even a model cannot claim to have completely natural yet untouched teeth. As a fact, every time we open our mouths, we expose our teeth to the elements, wearing them down ever so slightly. Now we can only imagine what happens when we bite and chew with our teeth.
This doesn’t mean you have to just surrender our teeth. Teeth do last for a lifetime if we take loving care of them. They endure our talking, chewing, grinding and gnashing and unhealthy eating ventures so long as we give them the care they ask for.
If you’re looking to save your smile and stop the onslaught of loose, cracked teeth, read on.
We certainly take our teeth for granted. It’s not until we finally start losing our teeth that we appreciate how simple life is with them. Missing a tooth causes lots of pain, it makes eating a lot harder than it needs to be, and let’s not forget the embarrassment of smiling while out in public. We can take all the precautionary measures to keep our teeth healthy for a lifetime, but it’s still possible for them to weaken and fall out.
Our teeth don’t grow back…or do they? While there are ongoing stem cell research studies, there is one solution already available that over 500,000 people a year take full advantage of. That solution, is dental implants. Unlike them nasty dentures your parents used as they got older, dental implants are clean, easy to maintain and affordable! Plus, dental implants are good for one tooth at a time, so you don’t need to whittle down opposing teeth for a dental bridge.
Does your morning routine include flossing your teeth? If not, you’re not alone! Fact is 1 out of 5 Americans never floss at all! Today, we want to give you a couple of reasons to making flossing a part of your routine.
Brushing your teeth alone doesn’t clean your teeth. Toothbrushes only clean roughly 3 out of the 5 surfaces of every tooth. That means you’re never cleaning around 40% of your teeth if you’re not flossing. Gross! Food gunk often gets stuck in between your teeth, which not only ruins your smile, it becomes ground for bacteria in your mouth to grow and multiply. Not flossing will lead to gum irritation and periodontal disease, something no one wants to experience.
We understand the number one reason people don’t floss is because it takes a lot of time. We get it! That’s why we’re banding together, to show you how to do a fantastic job flossing in less than a minute!
If you are looking for the lowest cost dental implants in Southern California, you’ve come to the right place! Atlantic Dental Group offers the best quality treatment and the friendliest staff for the lowest priced dental implant in all of SoCal. We’ve done our research and called over 500 dentists in the area to get quotes and we’ve beat all of their prices!
If you want to learn more about how we can charge such a low price read our article: Why Are Our Dental Implants So Affordable?
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Missing a tooth? You’re not alone. The truth is, it’s not uncommon to be missing a tooth. In fact, over 120 million people in the United States are living without one or more of their teeth. So what can you do? There are many options available, but there’s only one that is capable of restoring your missing tooth.
Dental implants are the leading solution for restoring or replacing missing teeth in West Hollywood. Over 500,000 people annually turn towards dental implants to solve their missing tooth woes. If you want to do well for your missing tooth, take a look at how dental implants can help you.
Dental implants are the number one solution for restoring missing teeth for many reasons. They have a high success rate, they improve the abilities of chewing and eating, and they look and feel just like natural teeth. Plus they are affordable! However, even though they are esthetically indistinguishable from natural teeth, dental implants do require special care. The goal is simple, you want your dental implants to last a lifetime! In this article, we want to cover some basic dental implant health tips that will help you find success with dental implants.