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Features and Types of Ligature braces

Features and Types of Ligature braces

Modern designs for bite correction are represented by ligature and self-ligating braces. To understand the peculiarity of ligature braces and their differences from ligature, you need to know how braces are arranged. The orthodontic system consists of arches and locks that are fixed to the teeth. The locks themselves do not change the position of the teeth, but connect them to the arc. The arch, being fixed on braces, already strives to take its original shape and extends the dentition.

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What Are Dental Covers And When Should They Be Placed?

It is a fixed case used to encapsulate the damaged tooth, whether due to decay, fractures or old restorations. Its main utility is to provide strength to the tooth and give it a better appearance. Crowns allow the tooth to regain its functionality when chewing. In addition, they help prevent problems that may occur in the absence of a tooth.

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WHAT ARE REMOVABLE DENTURES OR DENTURES

What Are Removable Dentures Or Dentures?

Dental pieces are a very important part of our smile, but also of our appearance, the absence of teeth in addition to the important aesthetic role they play also have a functional role, in terms of chewing and phonation. In the case of the loss of all the teeth of the oral cavity there are risks such as that of a bad occlusion and a series of very adverse conditions and drastic changes for the patient.

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Unheard Natural Hacks to Remove Tartar!

Unheard Natural Hacks to Remove Tartar!

Sparkling white teeth are magnetic, aren’t they? They always boost a person’s self-confidence and enhance the level of beauty. Therefore, it’s essential to take good care of your teeth. Your teeth tend to get affected by plaque and tartar, which negatively affects the whiteness and shine of your teeth.

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Keys To Return A Patient's Smile

Keys To Return A Patient’s Smile

The mouth and the lower third of the face are primarily responsible for the perception that others have of our facial expression. Not even the eyes can express as many emotions and moods as the mouth.
With the passage of time, the expressive potential of our mouth and, by extension, of the face, deteriorates. Loss of teeth or degradation of bone mass in the oral cavity also leads to aging of the lips, loss of firmness of the chin, and modification of the chin or nose.

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