Tuesday, November 15, 2011

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Post Break: Cosmetic Dentist

They say "Smile, and the whole world will smile back at you.", such a wonderful quote and it's true that some smiles, laughs and giggles seem to be very contagious.  That's why it is very important to take care of our pearly whites and make sure we can always have the perfect smile.  

Proper care must be observed in order to have a clean and healthy "smile".  Regular dental check ups and maintenance can help greatly in preserving and prolonging the life of our teeth.  As we all know once our baby teeth fall off as a kid then new teeth will eventually come out.  That new set of teeth must be taken cared of very well because there won't be any other replacement if it does come out.  Resorting to cosmetic implants and procedures is the only means to restore the same old glory of a fallen tooth.

What if you have that broken smile because you are ashamed of that problem tooth you have.  Worry no more because a San Antonio cosmetic dentist can do the works for you for that same old beautiful smile once again.  Trained and well versed with the latest technology with regards to dental cosmetic procedures, cosmetic restoration is just one of the things that they do great. Be confident once again and flash that striking smile, no need to hide and keep your lips sealed.

1 comment:

  1. If you're like most parents, you might be worried that if your child doesn't have any baby teeth by nine months or a year, it means something is wrong. But when it comes to getting the first set of teeth, there is a wide normal range of variability. Although the average appearance of the first tooth is around six months of age, it could be much sooner or much later.

    The general pattern of eruption is that the two middle upper and lower teeth (central incisors) come in first. They are followed by the teeth next to them, the lateral incisors. The cuspids (or canines) follow, then the first and second molars. By the time your child is 3 years old, he or she will have a full set of 20 primary teeth.

    The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children be taken to see a pediatric dentist at least six months after they get their first tooth. It may seem strange to think about taking a child who is under one into a dentist's office' but doing so will help make sure his/her teeth stay healthy and get him/her used to visits that will become a regular part of his life.

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