New Dental Technology Now Available to Public
What could be better than having the smile you’ve always dreamed of at a rock-bottom low price?
If you’re like millions of Americans, you feel insecure and frustrated about what other people will think when you smile.
You are not alone!
Over time, every single day, a tug of war takes place inside our mouths.
On one team are dental plaque—a sticky, colorless film of bacteria—plus foods and drinks that contain sugar or starch. Whenever we eat or drink something that contains sugar or starch, the bacteria use them to produce acids. These acids begin to eat away at the tooth's hard outer surface or enamel.
On the other team are the minerals in our saliva (such as calcium and phosphate) plus fluoride from toothpaste, water, and other sources. This team helps enamel repair itself by replacing minerals lost during an "acid attack."
Repeated cycles of acid attacks over time eventually cause the enamel to weaken and become destroyed, forming a cavity, which is permanent tooth damage, or in many cases the tooth will fall out completely.
Common symptoms of tooth decay:
- Visible holes or pits in your teeth
- Brown, black or white staining on any surface of a tooth
- Pain when eating or drinking something sweet, hot or cold
- Tooth loss
When it comes to dental problems, many people are in denial, often putting off treatment for years.
Good news - there are new, low cost, convenient dental technologies available
Due to some incredible advances in technology, there are a lot of great options available to help permanently alleviate many of these dental issues and help you acquire that attractive, happy smile you deserve.
If you believe that you or someone you know may be suffering right now from dental issues, help is available. The right treatment for you or your loved one depends on the cause and severity of the problem. In some cases, an advanced technology dental implant procedure may be an affordable, convenient, long term solution.
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