With proper care, your new smile should last years. Regular brushing and flossing are high recommended, as is scheduling regular checkups and cleanings with your dentist or hygienist. If you grind or clench your teeth at night, you need to wear a night guard to preserve your crowns and veneers.
Headaches may have many different causes. Some dental procedures which may alleviate headaches include bite reconstruction or wearing a night guard. Tell your dentist about your headaches to find out what treatment options are available to you.
There are many possible causes of headaches. Some are related to your oral health. If your bite is over closed or not properly supported, you have missing teeth, you find yourself grinding or clenching or you feel stressed out. All these dental health-related issues can cause tension which leads to headaches. Consult your dentist to find out if there is a treatment plan that’s right for you.
There are many reasons why you may have jaw pain. Misshapen, missing and misaligned teeth can make your jaw rest crooked and cause tense muscle pain. Grinding and clenching your jaw at night may also cause jaw pain. To find out why your jaw hurts and what you can do to find relief, book an appointment with your dentist. Some possible solutions include bite reconstruction, replacing missing teeth, orthodontics, botox, a nightguard or many other available treatments.
Close gaps, straighten teeth and align your bite with orthodontics like Invisalign or braces or with Bite Reconstruction through veneers, crowns and other cosmetic procedures. To find out what your options are and to help you decide what procedures meet your needs book an appointment with your dentist for a one-on-one consultation.
The gap in your teeth can be fixed with orthodontics such as braces or Invisalign or cosmetic dentistry like veneers or crowns. Book an appointment with your dentist to find out what the best option is for you.
Your smile can be improved in a number of ways including through orthodontics and bite reconstructions. To find out what your options are and what the best choice is for you, book an appointment with your dentist for a one-on-one consultation.