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Knowledge Before Beauty: What to Do Before Getting a Treatment

Knowledge Before Beauty: What to Do Before Getting a Treatment

There are so many beauty treatments you might consider having during your lifetime. Some of them help you out for a day or two, while others are designed to last months or even be permanent. Whether you get a facial or decide to go under the knife, it’s important to consider a beauty treatment carefully before you decide if it’s right for you. It’s even more important for anything that could have lasting effects, especially if there’s anything that can go wrong. You might want to do a number of things before you have any treatment just to make sure that it’s right for you.

 

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Think About Your Desired Results

 

If you’re going to do anything to change your appearance, whether temporary or permanent, you first need to know what you want. If you don’t know what results you’re looking for, you won’t be able to choose the right treatment. So start off thinking about what you expect to get out of whichever beauty treatment you choose. Of course, what you want needs to match up with what’s possible. And that means thinking about not just what’s physically possible but also what you can afford and what you think you’re capable of going through with.

 

Research the Treatment

 

If you have a particular beauty treatment in mind, you should make sure you know all about it. With the internet at your disposal, it shouldn’t take long to read about the topic or watch a video on it if that’s what you prefer. When you’re researching any beauty treatment, don’t just get your information from those who sell it. It’s best to try and use a range of sources to find out what you need to know. You can find out about how the treatment works, how effective it is, if there are any side effects or anything that can go wrong, and how people who have had it feel about the results they received.

 

Know Your Alternative Options

 

You might have already settled on the beauty treatment that you want, but it’s always worth checking out alternative options. Could there be something that’s more effective, more affordable, or less invasive than what you’ve been considering? You can often find comparisons of different treatments that do similar jobs. This makes it easier to take a look at the pros and cons of various treatments and work out what might be right for you. It might also help to speak to a doctor or beauty therapist who offers a variety of treatments to see which one they recommend.

 

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Consider Time

 

You should think about how long a treatment is going to take, as well as whether there might be any downtime afterward. Some things you can do in half an hour or less, while others take hours. For some treatments, you’ll need several sessions to get the best results, so you’ll need to keep coming back. If you don’t want it to take up a lot of your time, you’ll have to be careful about whether you decide to go through with a beauty treatment or not. Make sure you know how long it’s going to take you, including getting to and from where you’re going and any waiting around.

 

Check Out Service Providers

 

Who offers the beauty treatment you’re interested in? You might already have come across some options. For some treatments, you might need a doctor, such as a dermatologist or a dentist. However, for others, you’ll want a qualified beauty therapist or similar. It shouldn’t be too hard to check the qualifications and experience of whoever will be giving your treatment, as well as find out about the experiences of their previous clients. If it’s too hard to find out about them, they might not be the right person for you. Cosmetic Laser Dermatology says that every person is different so treatment plans should always be tailored to each individual. This is a good rule to go by. Choose someone who will treat you as an individual person and spend time talking to you about what you want.

 

Understand the Recovery Rules

 

Some beauty treatments allow you to walk right out the door and get on with your day. However, others require some downtime or have rules you need to follow so that you can recover properly. These are important to think about before you go ahead and get your beauty treatment. Will it stop you bending down or lifting things for a few days? Will you not be able to go swimming, or have to cover up, so your skin isn’t exposed to the sun? It’s important to take good care of yourself, so you need to make sure you’re able to follow the recommendations for post-treatment.

 

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Consider Other Treatments You Might Want

 

Another thing you might want to think about is whether there are any other beauty treatments you want to get. The reason it’s a good idea to think about this is that it can help you be more organized. Having some treatments might mean you have to wait longer before you can have others. If you’ve got a timeline you want to follow, maybe so that you’re ready for a special event, you might not want to have to put off doing something because you’re waiting for another treatment to heal, become permanent, or wear off.

 

Research Prices

 

Last but not least, don’t forget to take a good look at how much a beauty treatment is going to cost you. You need to be aware of any costs involved, including any hidden expenses that might not be immediately apparent. When you’re thinking about costs, remember to consider things like the cost of getting to and from where you’re going. Do you need to take any time off work? Maybe you’ll need to buy some new clothes or hair accessories afterward.

 

No matter what beauty treatment you’re interested in having, your decision needs to be one that you make carefully. Cover all your bases to make the right choice.

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Holiday Gift Wish List- Dr. Brite Natural Teeth Whitening Kits

Holiday Gift Wish List- Dr. Brite Natural Teeth Whitening Kits

Here we take a look at another hot item on the gift wish list!

What a great stocking-stuffer! Give the gift of a beautiful smile this season. Dr. Brite is the all-natural whitening system to give a bright and healthy smile without any harsh side-effects. I’ve personally used this product and the results are surprising. It’s no doubt that its on the hot list this year.

Proof is in the toothpaste. I got better results on eliminating stains deep down than with other products on the market. The best part, I got better results on healing sensitivity than using a sensitivity toothpaste. And we’ve all been there, after whitening your teeth sensitivity tends to happen, but not with this product.

I wanted to wait until after my latest dentist checkup before I admitted my love for this product, so after my six-month checkup, I was surprised when they told me my gums were in better shape than before!

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Give Your Body an ‘MOT’ To Keep It Running Well!

Give Your Body an ‘MOT’ To Keep It Running Well!

You take your car for an MOT and service every year to pick up on an existing and potential faults, why not do the same for your body? You only get one, so to live a happy and healthy life it makes sense that you will do some maintenance on it every now and again. Go to see professionals that can ensure everything is working well, and spot developing issues before they turn into larger ones. Here are a few ways you can go about it!

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Eyes

As they say, eyes are windows to the soul. However they’re also windows to our health, and having a checkup at the optician can do more than just make sure your vision is up to scratch. Various health conditions can cause changes in the eye long before you have any other symptoms meaning some illnesses can be picked up in the earlier stages. Opticians can spot everything from diabetes to HIV. On top of this, an optician will make sure your vision is up to scratch for things like driving. It’s normal for our sight to deteriorate slightly as we age, so it could be a case of needing glasses, contact lenses or laser eye surgery to put things right.

Ears

Our hearing is another very important sense, and something none of us would want to go wrong. Again, hearing can decline as we age but conditions like tinnitus can also cause issues. If you’re experiencing frequent ear infections, having a specialist treat this or go in for an ear cleaning could be a wise move. They will also be able to advise you on the source of the problem so you’re able to put it right.

Teeth

Nice teeth are something that make us look and feel good- a beautiful smile is always going to be an attractive asset. But of course, our teeth need to be healthy to be functional too. Weak, worn or loose teeth can break or come out entirely when you’re eating and can cause a significant amount of pain too. Visit a dentist to make sure everything is in order. They will be able to spot plaque, decay and other problems in the early stages when it’s easy to put right. Left further you could end up with abscesses, tooth loss and all kinds of problems so it pays to keep on top of it

Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can lead to all kinds of health problems, so it makes sense to keep an eye on this. If you’re generally in good health, just having it done once a year to make sure it’s in the normal range should be fine. High blood pressure can be a result of stress, high salt diet and excess body weight, so if yours is higher than it should be then it’s time to make some lifestyle changes. If it’s very high, it may have to be controlled with medication to prevent damage to your body.

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3 Tips for Creating A Sparkling Smile That Lasts A Lifetime 

By Blogger Jenny H.

3 Tips for Creating A Sparkling Smile That Lasts A Lifetime 

Maintaining a bright, healthy smile is an essential part of a beautiful appearance. While you know this to be true for your own teeth, the same is especially true for your child’s dental health. If you want your child to have that perfect smile that graces the covers of magazines, then growing and developing teeth requires extra attention to ensure excellent oral health as a teen and an adult. This includes consistent practice of the basics: brushing, flossing, and regular check-ups at the dentist.

In recent years, there has been quite a bit of media attention on the dangers of certain oral care products. The safety of fluoride has been questioned, and the potential harm caused by polyethylene plastic beads has also been covered in the news. For parents looking to protect their children’s teeth naturally, there are three top tips to follow.

Teach proper dental health habits

One of the best ways to help ensure proper, natural oral care is to teach your child dental health habits. Empowering children with the knowledge of how to naturally care for their teeth is a powerful way to maintain a healthy smile. When your children know the importance of keeping their teeth healthy, and when you encourage them to brush and floss without being asked, you will help them develop the oral health habits they need.

Buy all-natural toothpaste and mouthwash

If you are concerned about the ingredients used in conventional toothpaste and mouthwash, there are exceptional natural alternatives. Look for brands that specifically list the chemicals that are not used (e.g. fluoride), rather than choosing brands that simply add “all-natural” to the product label. Currently, there are no real regulations on the use of the term “all-natural,” so be sure that you carefully select your toothpaste and mouthwash brands.

Limit sugar intake

It is a well-known fact that sugar can promote the development of cavities. However, some of the tastiest treats for children are loaded with sugar. Monitor your child’s intake of sugar, and be sure to limit the amount of sweet treats that he or she consumes.

Natural dental health can be simple

With a little bit of advanced planning, education, and dedication, you can help your child have a healthy smile without the use of questionable chemicals. Taking the time to learn about potential dental hazards can help you make informed decisions when selecting dental health products for your child. No matter what brands you choose, prioritizing your child’s oral health now is the key to a healthy smile later on in life.

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Common Mistakes We Make When Caring For Our Teeth

Common Mistakes We Make When Caring For Our Teeth

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We all know we should take better care of our teeth. When we look into the mirror and see an unsightly filling, or when we wake up in the middle of the night in agony from one of our molars, we realize we may not have done enough to look after ourselves.

There are a number of dental mistakes people make and we have listed them in this article. Do yourself a favor and take heed of them before you wake up one morning and realize it’s too late to save your pearly whites.

Believing dentists will cause us pain

Yes, occasionally there will be pain when you visit the dentist, but not as much as you think. If you haven’t visited the dentist for a long time, you will be surprised at how much technology has moved on. All procedures, from fillings to teeth removal, are a lot less painful than they used to be. A lot of our fear stems from bad experiences when we were younger, or by listening to the exaggerated stories told by others. Of course, whatever pain you do feel at the dentist, however slight, it will be a lot less than getting toothache if you don’t make that check up

Forgetting to floss

Cleaning your teeth several times a day is important, but you need to floss as well. Many of us ignore our dentist when he mentions flossing, partly because we don’t want to spend ages in front of the mirror using dental floss. However, we need to get rid of the food stuck between our teeth; otherwise, decay will set in. Flossing is the best way of doing this, so we avoid it at our peril. Rather than regular flossing, consider water flossing instead which is a quicker and more comfortable experience. Here is a list of the best water flossers on the market. You will be surprised at how better your mouth feels within a very short time.

Not going for regular check-ups

Whether it’s fear or laziness, people still insist on not getting their teeth checked regularly. We should go at least twice a year. Dentists will not only check for any cavities, but they can also detect diseases that could threaten your life, such as diabetes and cancer.

There is an expense involved in going to the dentist, and having insurance in place will cover some of that. You will end up paying out a lot more money in the long-term if problems are found, so a regular visit should alleviate your financial burden.

Using the toothbrush incorrectly

You can do a lot to maintain your teeth, but the most important way is to regularly use your toothbrush. Make sure you cover every area of your teeth and gums for optimum cleaning and hygiene. Secondly, don’t brush your teeth too hard as you can cause extra damage, such as causing your gums to bleed. Finally, after prolonged use, your toothbrush will become frayed and lose its effectiveness. Therefore you should buy a new toothbrush every three months to ensure your teeth are receiving the best treatment.

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Get a Natural White, Healthy Smile

Get a Natural White, Healthy Smile

So we already know, there are many teeth whitening kits on the market. Some are great and some, not so much. Add in factors like bonding, veneers, foods, smoking, red wine, soda, juice, etc. These become more challenging when just trying to combat natural yellowing of the enamel. Stripping off the stain with harsh bleaches peel at the enamel and can cause painful outcomes when used too frequently.

Is there a natural remedy?

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Yes, thanks to renowned dentist, Dr. Pooneh Ram and her sister, Paris (winner of the Tory Burch Foundation’s Fellowship Program), who created Dr. Brite Natural Toothpaste and products. Using activated charcoal along with natural ingredients like coconut oil and aloe vera, anyone has the ability to achieve a bright smile, hence the name.

But does it whiten?

I was skeptical at first, but after using a small dap of toothpaste across my teeth for two minutes, and then swishing around the whitening rinse, I saw an immediate difference. Bonus, it tasted good too.

Did it work on bonding?

Yes, it lightened the bonding, but took several days to catch up with the natural tooth.

How many steps is the process?

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Three. Toothpaste, Rinse and a Whitening Pen to use periodically throughout the day. The pen is available with or without peroxide. I’ve been using the one without peroxide and have had fantastic results. The pen is Green Apple flavor and I must admit, it took me by surprise at first, but I’ve grown to love it.

Is there any sensitivity from using it?

No. I have had not experienced any sensitivity at all. Personally, I feel it’s helped with that issue.

I’ve been using Dr. Brite for three weeks now, and I can seriously say, I think I found my new favorite toothpaste.  

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Watch Out For The Signs That Show You Need To See A Dentist

Watch Out For The Signs That Show You Need To See A Dentist

Looking after your teeth is vital to your health, dental and for other areas of your body. But there is alarming statistics about dental health and hygiene that suggest the majority of us don’t visit our dentists enough.

Despite the fact many of us have white teeth that appear to be in rude health, many of us have serious underlying problems. So, if you experience any of these issues on a regular basis, you should really make an appointment with your local dentist.

The sooner you book a visit, the better, too – you can nip most of the major dental issues in the bud at an early stage and have a better chance of recovery.

Here are some danger signs that you really should see your dentist sooner rather than later.

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You haven’t been to the dentist for more than a year

In an ideal world, you should attend your local orthodontics center twice a year at a bare minimum. So, if it’s been longer than 12 months since your last visit, it’s time to book that appointment. Some dental problems won’t show up until they are well ingrained, and only a professional eye will be able to spot issues at an early stage.

You suffer from sensitivity issues

Sensitive teeth are something that many people put up with – but failing to visit your dentist for a checkup and diagnosis of your problem could result in a lot of different issues. Some people have naturally sensitive teeth, of course, but it is also important to understand that it can often be a sign of tooth decay. If you experience sensitivity issues that have a particular location, book yourself in for an x-ray – you may need a filling.

You notice white spots on your teeth

Your teeth are protected by a layer of enamel, but this can wear down over time due to plague and other types of dental damage. When it occurs, it creates white spots on your teeth, and it’s vital that you go to your dentist sooner rather than later. Actually, your enamel is dissolving due to a buildup of acidic bacteria, and it won’t stop without the correct treatment.

You develop inflammation in your gums

If you suffer from inflamed gums, get yourself to the dentist, as many different issues can arise. When plaque starts to harden, it causes damage to the gums, and you might be developing a periodontal disease or even something like gingivitis. Further on down the line you might end up with severe tooth decay, and may even have to have entire teeth removed.

Color changes

Do you pay attention to the overall color of your mouth? If not, it’s time to start. Discoloration – as well as unusual lumps and bumps – could be a sign of something serious like oral cancer. Again, it is critical that you don’t move slowly on this, as the earlier you get your diagnosis, the more likely it is you will get a successful treatment.

Looking after your teeth doesn’t take much effort – a simple visit to the dentist twice a year is all, and regular brushing is all you need. So, no more excuses!

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Six of the Best Tips For a Happy and Healthy Smile

Six of the Best Tips For a Happy and Healthy Smile

For many of us, visiting the dentist can feel like a bit of a chore. It can be painful and a bit awkward. But having regular appointments is needed to make sure that you stay on top of your oral health. Not only will it mean a better smile in the short term, but will save you a lot of money in the long term. Teeth and dentistry can be expensive to fix if there are problems. So in between visits, it is important to stay on top of your oral health and take care of your teeth. Then when you do visit the dentist, you don’t have to dread it! You can just have a check-up and leave. So here are some of the best ways to keep your teeth looking their best, and making sure that your whole mouth is kept healthy.

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Brush 2-3 Times a Day

Most of us know that we should brush twice a day for healthy teeth and gums. But really, the more you can do it the better. When you do it first thing in the morning and last things at night it will help. But if you can do it in between those times that it will help even more. After lunch could be a good time to do it as it is evenly spread throughout the day. Anything to keep your teeth looking their best.

Brush Down

If you’re a side to side brusher, then that is fine. But if you brush up and down, then you might need to rethink your technique. Brushing up can cause damage to your gums, as they are pretty sensitive. So if they are being pushed out of place at every angle, then it can be detrimental. Always brush down, rather than up.

See Other Specialists

Having regular appointments with your dentist is a must. Every six months is ideal really. If you can, try to see other specialists too. If you have problems with your the alignment of your teeth, then perhaps consult an orthodontist to advise. If you get bleeding gums quite regularly or aren’t too sure about things like flossing, then seeing a hygienist could be the best idea for you. They will all just help you to get a healthy mouth, that looks just as you want it to.

Use a Straw

It can be hard to get all of your drinks through a straw. But if you can, then it will help you avoid staining your teeth. It also helps the sugar and additives in drinks to stay away from your teeth. That being said, if you can avoid drinks that can damage your teeth, then it would be even better.

Don’t Use Teeth as a Tool

How many of us have used our teeth to open things like packages, or even worse, bottle tops? It might work, but it doesn’t mean that you should be doing it. It can be quite detrimental to your teeth when you do this and can make them weaker. Even worse is that they could get chipped too.

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A Smile A Day Keeps the Dentist Away 

A Smile A Day Keeps the Dentist Away

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Our teeth go through a lot in their lifetime. If we live past the age of 70, it is likely that we will have lost the majority of them through natural decay; the lifespan of a tooth has not evolved in the same way as our general lifespan has, as the years have gone by and been kinder to us.

There are so many ways to treat our teeth the way that they deserve to be treated, yet many of us rarely do it (only half of us admit to keeping up a regular flossing routine). So what can we do to ensure our smile never fades?

Floss

So as previously stated, only half of us floss. The main reason that a number of us don’t is because we haven’t been brought up with it as habit (i.e. shown to us as a positive thing to do by parents or another figure that we would’ve looked up to as children), so it is imperative that if you have a child, you show them what to do when they are age-appropriate. Flossing has evolved so that you don’t even have to rely on the traditional dental-string now to get in between your teeth – interdental brushes such as those made by Wisdom and TePe are gaining in popularity due to dentist recommendations, and come in different sizes to ensure a more thorough clean than traditional floss could ever provide.

Brush Properly

It may sound incredibly patronizing, as it is something that we have been doing every day for years, but do you know how to brush your teeth? Have a quick search online for how best to do it. You may be thinking that the whiter your teeth are is a good indicator of how good your brushing technique is, but the colour of your teeth isn’t the main thing that dentists are looking for to show that you are up keeping a good routine. There are things to help you get your teeth looking whiter if brushing isn’t helping – look for reviews on the best teeth whitening strips for a quicker solution if any whitening toothpaste that you have invested in isn’t working as well as you had hoped.

Drink More

Certain drinks stain – certainly the notable ones like coffee, tea and wine – and not just your carpets if spilt. They can cause marks to appear on teeth that may be hard to get off, if you can get them off at all without cosmetic help. If you drink more water, not only will this help with your general health and wellbeing, but it is also extremely good for your teeth. Any food debris that you have floating around your mouth will be washed away with water without causing any other damage, and it will help your mouth to keep lubricated with saliva. As gross as this sounds, saliva is actually your friend – it contains enamel-strengthening enzymes which fight against tooth decay and help to keep your mouth a happy one.

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Help, My Tooth Has Broken! What To Do In An Emergency

Help, My Tooth Has Broken! What To Do In An Emergency

We are all fairly open to the idea of breaking a bone, or suffering a fracture of sorts. It’s something most of us do at some point in our lives, and although it can be inconvenient it isn’t something that bothers us too much. One thing most people don’t expect to break, however, is a tooth. When do break or chip one, it can have quite a big impact on your life. First off, it can cause you to have difficulty eating, especially if the nerve was damaged in the process of breaking off. It can also hugely affect your self confidence. If the broken tooth is at the front of your mouth, you may become self-conscious when smiling, and may even avoid going out in public until it is fixed. So if you do suffer a broken tooth, how can you cope with it and fix it?

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Prevention

Obviously, prevention is better than a cure. Most broken or chipped teeth happen as a result of a freak accident – perhaps a blow to the face or biting down on something exceptionally hard. But sometimes they can also be the result of poor dental hygiene too. For example. if you have cavities (tooth decay), your teeth may be weakened, meaning that even a light blow could cause them to crack or break. The most important thing to do to prevent this occurring is to keep on top of your dental hygiene. You should brush frequently, at least twice a day, and use floss as well. It is also advisable to use an electric toothbrush, as this will get into places that a manual brush misses. See your dentist for check ups regularly, just so they can check whether anything is amiss or not.

Treatment

There isn’t really any way you can treat a broken tooth at home. Handling it yourself could only make it worse, and you could put yourself at risk of an infection by doing so. Instead, see your dentist as soon as possible. Explain to them what has happened and you may be in with a chance of getting a fast appointment. Your dentist will check whether there is anything medically wrong with your mouth before sorting out the appearance of the tooth. The remains of the broken tooth may be covered with a pfm crown and dental bridge. These are made out of either porcelain or ceramic and can be color matched to blend in with the natural color of your teeth.

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Coping

It can be very easy to panic when you have just suffered a broken tooth, but try and stay calm. Unless you feel any pain in the tooth itself, it is unlikely that the damage is anything more than superficial. If you have a phobia of the dentist, take a friend or family member along for moral support. Your dentist will have dealt with thousands of these kinds of cases in their lifetime, so don’t be embarrassed – they will have seen it all before. A cracked or broken tooth can be unsightly at first, but it is easily fixed and remember that it could always be worse.

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