If you have a habit of biting your nails and you will soon be getting braces, you should do everything you can between now and then to stop. According to research conducted at the University of Manchester, UK, human nails have the structural strength of horse's hooves. That means they can take a lot of punishment and still keep on growing. Your teeth, however; unlike your nails, don't grow back once damaged.
There are many different ways that you can improve the appearance of your smile. One of these solutions is the veneer, which is a very thin, porcelain-based product that can be applied to the outside of your teeth. You may believe that this will require quite an effort and be a fairly invasive procedure. However, it doesn't necessarily need to be this way. What options do you have in this case?
In this day and age, physical appearances are held at quite a high premium. This is why it should come as no surprise to find that more and more people are looking to alter their appearances to make themselves more attractive, whether it is for career or personal reasons. If you are looking to make minor alterations to your appearance, you may want to start with your teeth. Considering that your smile is one of the first things people will see when they meet you, a smile makeover can considerably enhance your overall appeal.
Your teeth do not simply play a role in the aesthetics of your smile. Damage to the structure of the tooth could lead to an array of other problems such as the inability to chew food properly, speech problems and more. Therefore, if you have any damaged teeth, it would be prudent to seek tooth restoration. One of the popular treatments that dentists offer is dental crowns. So what do you need to know about dental crowns?
When the adult teeth erupt during adolescence, they move through the gums and supporting bone until they are present in the mouth. The process then continues at a slower pace until the gum and bone tissue has sunken back. However, some people find that their teeth don't seem to come as much out of the gum as they would like. When they smile, they show more gum and less tooth surface than other people, a condition which has become known as "