Dental bridges are always installed in place using a very strong dental-grade adhesive. This will give the dental restorations the strength to last for many long years ahead. Yet there are still some times when complications from periodontal disease or a dental trauma can come to affect this strong bond. Should any part of your dental bridge feel loose or... read more »
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It’s rather common for pieces of food like popcorn hulls, meat fibers, seeds, and fruit peels to get stuck between your teeth. Your chances of getting something stuck between your teeth increase if you have a habit of chewing on fingernails, pencils, and pens. Small pieces can sometimes break off and get uncomfortably stuck! If you have something stuck between... read more »
The enamel layer of your teeth is composed of a microscopic mineral crystal structure that is very hard and durable. Unfortunately, there are still times when something like a fall or a blow to the face can cause a crack in the enamel layer of one or more of your teeth. A sharp or persistent pain in a cracked tooth... read more »