Revolutionizing Dental Treatments with RAYFace 200

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Discover the future of dental technology at Coastland Dental with the revolutionary RAYFace 3D facial scanner. This cutting-edge system captures your smile in a mere 0.5 seconds, providing detailed 3D visuals that redefine precision in dental care.

What Can I Do about a Chipped Tooth?

Sometimes accidents happen. A rough fall on the stairs or a particularly hard candied apple may be all it takes to chip a tooth. Your first reaction may be to treat it as a cosmetic issue, which it certainly is, but chipped teeth can actually cause dental problems. They are more susceptible to hot and […]

How Often Should I Replace My Toothbrush?

While you may want to get the most out of your toothbrush, or maybe you just cannot remember to switch it out, your toothbrush needs to replaced regularly. The timeline may be different depending on if you use an electronic or manual brush and the appearance of your bristles. However, you should replace your toothbrush […]

What to Do When You Crack Your Tooth?

If you have a broken, cracked, or even chipped tooth, it can come with pain and be an inconvenience. While a broken tooth can be fixed, it can be painful in the meantime. You’ll likely need to take a trip to the dentist, but managing your pain until your appointment is important. Let’s look at […]

Foods to Avoid with Invisalign

Invisalign is an excellent treatment option that is efficient and affordable for anyone with crooked teeth who wants to perfect their smile. Invisalign trays are a discreet option as compared to traditional braces as they are invisible and conform to the shape of your teeth. However, Invisalign requires an impeccable oral hygiene routine. In addition […]

Are Veneers Permanent?

Veneers are custom-made shells to fit your tooth shape and structure to give you a brighter and more uniform smile. The process is simple and the upkeep is minimal. The material is bonded to the surface of one’s actual tooth to enhance the appearance of one’s teeth and smile. Veneers are an excellent option for […]

How to Avoid Gum Disease

Gum disease (also known as “periodontitis”) occurs when bacteria accumulates on the surface of your teeth. It goes without saying that it important to know how to avoid gum disease. Gingivitis is the first phase of gum disease and is fairly common as nearly half of all adults experience it. With the right treatment, gingivitis […]

Why Are My Child’s Teeth Yellow?

If your child’s teeth are discolored, then you may have cause for concern. However, that doesn’t mean you should panic. Rather you should book an appointment with your dentist, and allow them to identify the cause. More often than not, yellowing is a sign of inadequate brushing. If you are wondering “why are my child’s […]

Can a Tooth Injury Cause an Infection?

Can a tooth injury cause an infection? An injured tooth is always a potential risk for infection. Both a fracture and a cavity can break through your protective enamel. It can go past the dentin and into the pulp of your tooth. This pulp houses the blood vessels and nerve endings that connect your tooth […]