Archive for September, 2010

You are currently browsing the monthly archives for September, 2010.

White Teeth Whitening Tips

Posted on September 7th, 2010 by walle in Whitening Tips | 0 comments

White Teeth Whitening Tips ?????????????? or yellow teeth? color? es are usually li? s? bad breath, unhealthy and poor HYGI? do. In this? Re style and everyone is pr? Occup? for fashion with her beauty?, appearance and of? development of personality? overall. So, it raises the urgency or need for whitening white tips to get you your smile impressive return? As soon as possible. There are treatments co? Retes that can help you? get r? desire results? s, but usually average people can not afford to? think as much just to get white teeth. Continue reading…

Are Wisdom Teeth Causing You Everyday Problems?

Posted on September 7th, 2010 by walle in Wisdom Teeth | 0 comments

Are Wisdom Teeth Causing You Everyday Problems?

Wisdom teeth growth can often be a painful and distressing experience for anyone. Wisdom teeth cause many people problems, and they feel they need treating and sometimes extracting completely.

In some cases wisdom teeth may not need to be extracted and can be managed and treated without the need for a surgical option. Although if the wisdom teeth become a problem and erupt in a disorderly fashion, and start to impact on the teeth around the wisdom teeth, this can cause more complex problems, and the need for extraction becomes the only option. Continue reading…

Top 10 Tips whitening EVER

Posted on September 6th, 2010 by walle in Whitening Tips | 0 comments

Top 10 Teeth Whitening Tips Ever ?

If you are considering teeth whitening treatments there are certain things you need to know ? s be? r your exp? s experience will be? r and effective. They do not guarantee you will see great r? Results, but after? S these ten tips will definitely give a boost to your treatment.

1. Make a habit of cleaning r? Guli? Rately teeth

Some may think it goes without saying, but you’d be surprised how many people do not take care of their teeth and gums on a r? Guli ? re. It is not surprising, then, the importance of this? Stage is to ensure that your treatments are as effective as possible. Continue reading…

A Lot Of People Have Problems With Wisdom Teeth

Posted on September 6th, 2010 by walle in Wisdom Teeth | 0 comments

A Lot Of People Have Problems With Wisdom Teeth

Many people around the world suffer from the pain and discomfort that seems to come with wisdom teeth. They can intrude on your surrounding teeth, and they can also cause jaw problems because usually there is no room for the wisdom teeth to be placed, they just erupt regardless. Wisdom teeth are the third molars, that most generally affect people between the ages of 17-25, although some may find that they do not suffer from them at all.

Wisdom teeth removal becomes vitally important is they start to impact your surrounding teeth and jaw. The can also cause problems because they try to erupt through the gum but there is no room for them, so they push on other teeth and cause serious jaw problems. Without removal of the wisdom teeth, your mouth could suffer from several problems such as bacteria growth, bleeding, decay, infection, bad breath, swelling, discomfort, cyst formation, and many more problems that cause serious discomfort. For some though wisdom teeth do not cause and problems whatsoever and there is no need for removal. Continue reading…

Hydrogen Peroxide Teeth Q & A: Does Hydrogen Peroxide Whiten Teeth?

Posted on September 6th, 2010 by walle in Hydrogen Peroxide Teeth Whitening | 0 comments

Hydrogen Peroxide Teeth Q & A: Does Hydrogen Peroxide Whiten Teeth?

Using hydrogen peroxide teeth treatments is very popular, especially when it comes to trying to whiten your teeth for a brighter, more dynamic smile.  Many people have either turned to products that feature this ingredient in order to have whiter teeth, had a dentist use a hydrogen peroxide based product as part of a whitening treatment, or even tried home remedies using this solution.  So, are these people crazy, or does hydrogen peroxide truly work to whiten your teeth? Continue reading…

Professional Teeth Whitening Gel Kits – Best Tips To A Whiter Smile

Posted on September 6th, 2010 by walle in Professional Teeth Whitening | 0 comments

Professional Teeth Whitening Gel Kits – Best Tips To A Whiter Smile

Many of the professional teeth whitening gel kits can be found over the counter and in dentist offices. It’s easy to find tooth whitening products that will effectively whiten your smile. While these products have been more readily available to dentists for many years, it is a relatively new thing to find products in stores. Continue reading…

Is Your Teeth Whitening Kit Damaging Your Smile?

Posted on September 5th, 2010 by walle in Hydrogen Peroxide Teeth Whitening | 0 comments

Is Your Teeth Whitening Kit Damaging Your Smile?

Carbamide Peroxide Whitens Teeth

What is Carbamide Peroxide and how does it make teeth whiter? Carbamide Peroxide is an oxidizing agent. Carbamide peroxide is a compound of hydrogen peroxide and urea. It’s an irritant to the skin, eyes and the respiratory system. Carbamide Peroxide is really a corrosive that is used today within the dental industry to whiten teeth. It has been shown to be highly effective in the 22 percent range to whiten teeth. Those using higher percentages of carbamide peroxide have not shown a substantial benefit. In reality, those who use higher doses of carbamide peroxide to whiten teeth run the risk of developing chemical burns. Continue reading…

Natural Teeth Whitening Tips:why You Should Go For Teeth Whitening

Posted on September 5th, 2010 by walle in Whitening Tips | 0 comments

Natural Teeth Whitening Tips:why You Should Go For Teeth Whitening

Have you ever admired the teeth of your favorite movie star and have always dreamed of having white teeth and a bright smile just like theirs. Well it’s a fact that people judge you within the first few seconds of meeting you and a great smile can make or break that first impression. So Why not treat yourself to a whiter and brighter smile.

Infrequent or improper brushing and eating all those sugary beverages makes bits of food stuck between the teeth and then due to lack of proper care those food bits starts decaying inside the mouth. Poor oral hygiene eventually will lead to periodontal (gum) disease, which also can cause bad breath. Continue reading…

White Blast Smile – Professional Teeth Whitening Trays

Posted on September 5th, 2010 by walle in Professional Teeth Whitening | 0 comments

White Blast Smile – Professional Teeth Whitening Trays

For sure, most of us want to have a dazzling flashy smile. A beautiful set of teeth makes a person feel confident and also it adds beauty to your appearance. And also a clean set of white teeth is a sign of good hygiene. It is always everybody’s dream to have a healthy teeth but whether we admit it or not it is sometimes hard to avoid getting stains and plaques because of the food that we eat, the beverages that we drink. Continue reading…

Impacted Wisdom Teeth: Diagnosis and Treatment

Posted on September 4th, 2010 by walle in Wisdom Teeth | 0 comments

Impacted Wisdom Teeth: Diagnosis and Treatment

“Wisdom teeth” are classified as molars. Molars are the chewing teeth found furthest in the back of the mouth. Most humans have first, second, and third molars.

A person’s third molars are their wisdom teeth. These teeth come in behind the 2nd molars (if there is necessary room for them and they are aligned properly) usually during a person’s late teens or early twenties. In most cultures, this is the ages of maturity, hence the term “wisdom.” Usually there are four wisdom teeth: upper left, upper right, lower left, and lower right.

In dental terminology an “impacted tooth” refers to a tooth that has failed to arise completely into its expected position. This unfortunate failure to erupt precisely may occur either because there is not space enough in the jaw for the tooth, or because the tooth’s angulation is improper. The impacted wisdom teeth often partially erupt at the later ages (45-55). Not only they are difficult to extract at that age, the healing time is much longer. Continue reading…