A few reasons why your child’s teeth are worth looking after!

Here at Care32 Family Dental Care center we believe in preventive dental care and encourage our patients to bring their children to the practice from an early age. Regular examinations from a young age will ensure children won’t suffer from untreated dental decay with devastating effects to their growing dentition. Continue reading A few reasons why your child’s teeth are worth looking after!

 

HELPING YOU TO APPEAR AND FEEL YOUNGER WITH COSMETIC DENTISTRY

What makes a person’s smile look youthful and full of vitality? If you want to look 10 years younger your smile could be your secret key. Our Care32 Family Dental Care Center  could be the answer you are looking for.

 

ASPECTS OF YOUR MOUTH THAT MAKE YOUR SMILE OR SMILE MAKEOVER LOOK 10 YEARS YOUNGER INCLUDE:smile makeover 1

  • Pink healthy gums
  • Stainless teeth
  • White teeth
  • Symmetrical teeth
  • Natural looking teeth
  • Colour of teeth should reflect your facial skin tones
  • Teeth should support the lips correctly

WHEN CREATING A BEAUTIFUL SMILE MAKEOVER THERE ARE 3 PARTS TO THE EQUATION:

  1. The Cosmetic Dentist and his/her ability, skill, technical know-how, talent and passion.
  2. The Cosmetic Ceramist and his/her ability, skill, technical know-how, talent and passion.
  3. The Patient i.e. you and your requirements, needs and they way you want to look.

However, there is one secret key to the success of the resulting smile makeover and that is the quality of the communication which occurs between all three people. The fundamental one thing that allows this communication to be of a much superior quality and is very often the secret to the perfection of the smile makeover produced is the ‘Trial Smile’.

 

WHAT IS THE TRIAL SMILE IN A SMILE MAKEOVER?

Now, the Trial Smile is the provisional temporary smile that is placed on the teeth during preparation of tooth veneers. If this is treated like a temporary treatment then the patient will never know what the possibilities of the smile can be and the temporaries will look like white clumps of plastic.

Questions you need to know the answer to, like the following, can only be answer correctly if patients have a true likeness of provisional smile makeover trial smile that resembles the final teeth to a large degree.

MOST COMMON QUESTIONS:

  • How long will my teeth be?
  • Will I like them?
  • Will they suit me?
  • Will I be able to eat comfortably?

For this reason at Care32 Family Dental care center, we make sure that the Trial Smile is your perfect smile. Dr. Ishwari spends a great deal of time perfecting this stage of tooth veneers.

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This requires considerable skill and ability. Dr.  Ishwari has Done training on this subject numerous times  to teach dentists this aspect .

If you want the perfect smile, if you are looking to have a smile makeover to make you look more youthful, if you want to look 10 years younger, then we are the cosmetic dentists for you.

WHAT CAN WE OFFER YOU?

Call ourDental office on 912240046146, 912228313293 , and talk to us in a complimentary consultation. You have nothing to lose and so much more information to gain.

Take advantage of this opportunity and it may just change your life.


 

Manual vs. Electric: Which Is the Better Brush?

Electric toothbrushes have been widely touted, and indeed they can be equally effective as — or in some cases even more than — manual brushes when used consistently. A variety of studies have been done comparing different power toothbrushes, and while there is agreement that power brushes are safe, results in plaque-removing capabilities of the various devices have varied.

Understanding the Research

An analysis conducted by an independent nonprofit organization, Reference by Harvard University. compared various types of electric toothbrushes. Researchers systematically sorted through the data from studies done from 1966 to 2004 that compared power brushes’ effectiveness at removing plaque, maintaining gum health, and removing stains, as well as their dependability and adverse effects. The power brushes were divided into seven groups based on how they worked.

They found that most of the power toothbrushes were no more effective than manual toothbrushes. Just one type of brush — the rotation oscillation design (where the brush heads rotate in one direction and then the other) — was consistently better at removing plaque and reducing gingivitis (gum inflammation) than a manual toothbrush. Examples of the rotation oscillation action include brushes in the Braun Oral-B Triumph and Professional Care product lines.

Who Needs an Electric Brush?

An electric toothbrush can be particularly helpful for people who have trouble reaching all corners of their mouth. For example, power brushes are useful for people with braces, parents brushing their young children’s teeth, and individuals with mental or physical disabilities that impair dexterity. The thicker handle on power models also is a plus for some older people and people with arthritis who have difficulty grasping the thinner shaft of a manual brush.

But ultimately the best brush may simply be the one you feel most comfortable with. If you have questions, bring your toothbrush to your next dental visit so your dentist can examine it. While you’re at it, demonstrate your brushing technique so your dentist or hygienist can make sure you are brushing correctly.

 

Kids’ Teeth And Cavity Protection

Even if you had cavities when you were young, your child doesn’t have to develop them. Find out how to protect kids’ teeth from tooth decay. Practices like using fluoride to strengthen teeth and eating a balanced diet can set your child up for a healthy smile for life.

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Six Month Smiles: Short Term Orthodontics for a Beautiful Smile

Six Month Smiles is a type of bracket and wire orthodontic correction for straightening the front upper and lower teeth in approximately six months; although treatment times vary depending on individual misalignment problems.

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Smile That Dazzles, Think Veneers

Professional models, actors, and politicians do it. They’re changing their smiles—and they have influenced a growing number of people to take the same step by asking dentists to give them veneers.

Simply put, a veneer is a covering, something like the thin layer on a piece of furniture that gives it the look of natural wood. When it comes to your teeth, a veneer refers to a thin covering made of porcelain or composite resin material. It can mask discolorations, brighten teeth, and generally improve your smile.

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What are Crown and Bridges?

Crowns and bridges are fixed prosthetic devices that are meant to be in the mouth permanently. Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that are placed directly over an affected tooth. They are often suggested by dentists for several reasons, such as:

  • To replace a large filling in cases where there is not enough tooth remaining
  • To protect weak teeth from fracturing
  • To cover a dental implant
  • To attach a bridge
  • To cover a discolored or misshapen tooth
  • To restore a fractured or damaged tooth
  • To cover a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment

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THE FACIAL AESTHETIC offers an integrated solution for enhanced aesthetics

The pursuit of ageless beauty was once available only to a privileged few. Not only were cosmetic procedures expensive, but the “down time” associated with them was prohibitive for most of us. Now, more and more people are turning to noninvasive cosmetic rejuvenation techniques to make sure that their face mirrors the way they feel inside.
Aesthetic Dermatology :

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Older Adults: Don’t neglect Dental Care

Older adults may have dental concerns that can’t be totally taken care of with just brushing, flossing, and regular cleanings at their dentist’s office.

Your dentist may have talked with you about the dental health issues that arise later in life, such as dentures or dry mouth. You can keep your teeth and gums in fine shape by continuing good dental care, no matter what concerns you have.

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