Moselle Dental Bonding

Updated: 2/23/2017 4:08:52 AM

If you notice any inflammation in your gums, be sure to get to the dentist for a checkup right away.

Updated: 2/22/2017

If your dental hygienist removes plaque before it hardens to tarter, you will be more likely to be able to prevent gum disease.

Updated: 2/22/2017

Making an appointment with the dentist for a dental emergency is a smart move, especially if you've broken off a tooth.

Updated: 2/21/2017

Your dental hygienist will be able to tell if you have plaque building up on your teeth when she does a teeth cleaning. You don't need to wait for dental x-rays to be ready because they can now be seen on the computer screen.

Updated: 2/20/2017

If you have gaps on your teeth, especially in the front teeth, dental bonding can be done to close those gaps. If you have badly decayed teeth or teeth with chips or cracks in them, a bonding material the color of your teeth can be used to fix the problems.

Updated: 2/19/2017

People who want to make changes to the shape of their teeth can have their dentist using a bonding material to do that. One of the best ways to get rid of stains on your teeth is to have the dentist put veneers over your teeth.

Updated: 2/18/2017

Brushing and flossing daily not only helps your teeth, but keeps your gums free from bacteria too.

Updated: 2/17/2017

It only takes one visit to bond your teeth with a resin that's similar in texture to putty when applied.

Updated: 2/16/2017

If you grind your teeth at night, a dental mouth guard may be a good idea for you.

Updated: 2/16/2017

You can have porcelain veneers done in just two visits and look better than ever.

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