Is there anything worse than bad breath? We've all been there, casually cupping our hands over our mouths and breathing into them, trying to see if we have bad breath or not, or we avoid eating garlic like the plague if we know we have a meeting after lunch. So here are a few tips for making sure your breath is as fresh as it can be.

Watch what you eat

Before the procedure:

Before the dental implant procedure your dentist is expected to teach you the basic skills of proper hygiene and oral care, as well as for dental implants. A complete dental hygiene treatment such as a hygiene treatment, is carried out before the implant procedure begins. It is vital to avoid growth of microorganisms to preserve the life of dental implants, which is why, along with mechanical methods, the use of antimicrobial drug therapy, is done.

After the implant is placed:

Implant supported dentures are special types of prostheses which depend upon dental implants for their retention and stability. The best thing about implant supported dentures is that they combine both the qualities of dental implants and removable dentures. Unlike the conventional removable dentures, implant supported dentures derive their support from dental implants which are firmly embedded within the jaw bone.

As a patient you want the best for your teeth since they are a vital part of your overall well-being. You want them to look perfect so that you won't have to compromise on your smile. You feel confident when your smile is perfect and dazzling. However, it may be confusing sometimes as to what treatment you should go for.

What is a crown?

Many people are declining recommendation of any kind of dental treatment due to the fact that they are afraid of undergoing painful procedures. But dentistry has come a long way, and over the last few years, there have been many dental procedures that are being done painlessly. There are new ways to provide patients with relatively painless treatment.

The most common dental problem that occurs is the decay of teeth. As there is no pain on the onset of dental decay, most people neglect to get it corrected and slowly the problem aggravates. The decay becomes more pronounced and causes fracture of the tooth structure or just deepens and leads to the pulp of the tooth getting exposed and infected. A root canal treatment is then required.

To help you decide on which treatment is best for you, you need to understand the differences between them and the advantages as well as the disadvantages of each solution.

A bridge entails placement of crowns on the two adjoining teeth, therefore, the procedure actually involves three teeth and not one tooth.