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If you have been considering dental crowns, there are some things you should know. Especially if the dental crown is for cosmetic purposes. Just because your favorite celebrity has confessed to cosmetic dental crowns instead of veneers doesn’t mean you have to. It’s important to remember that dental crowns will come with a price. The Truth About Cosmetic Dental Crowns Firstly, dental crowns require more structural removal of the tooth, secondly they aren’t always necessary if your smile is healthy and just needs a little boost. According to Chittenden Dental, cosmetic dental bonding is an excellent solution and does not require tooth removal. Both porcelain veneers, and dental crowns, require permanent tooth removal for a natural fit. If you have teeth that are stained but cannot be whitened with professional tooth whitening products, or teeth that are slightly chipped or cracked, cosmetic dental bonding

Men and women are different, very different, but did you know that men and women also differ when it comes to teeth and gums? According to Dr. Mike Morris from Chittenden Dental, women experience hormonal changes throughout life that will affect teeth and gums making women's oral health very different to a mans. Puberty and Women's Oral Health When tweens and teenage girls begin puberty, gums will bleed, swell, and get red. In some girls, an overreaction to bacteria and plaque will cause enlarged gums. As a result, women's oral health is affected. Girls who are coming of age also suffer from mouth and canker sores. Regular dental visits with your dentist in Burlington will help prevent gingivitis, and the more serious periodontal disease. Menstruation and Women’s Oral Health During the menstrual cycle, most women won’t detect any mouth changes a couple of days before their

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