Dallas Texas: dental crowns needed no dental insurance. I am single poor full time student that needs to have two crowns put on. However I do not currently have any dental insurance and the cost of getting two crowns is more then I have.
Are there any dental health care plans that can help me with the cost of crowns without any waiting periods? Since I can not afford to wait any longer the nessary. I am afraid I am going to brake my teeth if I do not get this taken care of soon.
I have three old metal crown that I had for many years. At the time I was a teen and that was all my parents could afford to give me. Now that I am older I would like to change out those crowns for tooth colored crowns so my teeth look normal.
My current dental plan not remove and get new crown unless there is a new dental issue with the tooth in question and I needed to get a new crown. This is not the case and I still would like to change out my crowns. Is there any dental plans that can help me with this?
So my mom had a root canal done a few days ago and they put a temporary crown on the tooth until her crown comes in. She is due to go back to the dentist for her crown in three days. However her temporary crown just came off. Is this an emergency? Should I have her go to the dentist before her appointment? I would call the dentist but they are closed for the rest of the day.
All the researched I have put into this question and questions like this seems to me comes down to this. Although all the home remedies that are listed may help to whiten your teeth only a dentist can get your teeth the whitest.
Here are some suggested home remedy that may help to whiten your teeth.
1)Brushing with Lemon Juice
2)Brushing with Baking Soda
3)Brushing with Hydrogen Peroxide
4)Brushing with Salt
5)Rubbing Strawberries on your teeth then Brushing off.
6) Orange Peels
7) Banana Peels
All though the above may help whiten your teeth they can do damage as well. They contain sugar and acids and are abrasive, all of which can damaged your enamel that helps protects your teeth
I can understand with all that been said that many people can not afford to go to the dentist to whiten their teeth. I would advise if you are going to try any home remedy to understand that you run the risk of doing more damage to your teeth in the along run.
Trying looking into some of the over counter products that are not so costly. Like tooth paste with whiting, mouth wash with whiting, gum with whiting. Maybe even just speak to your dentist and get advise on what he/she may advise for you. A good dentist will advise you on what you can use to help whiten your teeth. They may still tell you only they can do it the best (which would be true) but they still will tell you other ways if asked.
I hope this has helped you
I always recommend you to speak to the dentist that is doing the work and ask him/her any questions you may have before and after. Not only does that help you in understanding what is expected from you but helps the dentist in treating you. They normally will give you some type of care instructions that they feel is right for you
I hope this has help you.