We have multiple cosmetic treatment options to help our patients enjoy a more attractive smile, whether they have stained or even damaged teeth. With porcelain veneers, we can completely alter the color and shape of a tooth. How do veneers improve a smile’s beauty?
Whether via a sports injury or due to biting down on a hard piece of food, your teeth can become chipped. Fortunately, we can repair damaged teeth in a single visit with tooth bonding, which employs the same composite resin we use for tooth-colored fillings.
Do you wish you had a brighter smile? We understand how important a bright smile can be for your self-confidence. In order to help our patients, we offer a professional system that can whiten teeth by multiple shades in many cases! How do we whiten smiles?
You know that adults benefit from routine visits every six months, but what about our younger patients? Children need routine checkups and cleanings every few months once their teeth begin to erupt. As we will discuss in today’s blog, these visits are vital for instilling good habits and helping children enjoy healthier, happier smiles.
Bruxism refers to the persistent grinding of the teeth or clenching of the jaw. Without treatment, this issue can eventually endanger your smile, leading to a greater risk of tooth decay and other oral health complications. Fortunately, we can use preventive procedures to help you stop grinding your teeth.
When was the last time you visited your dentist for a dental cleaning? People sometimes go years without having their teeth professionally cleaned, which allows plaque buildup to accumulate and threaten their oral health. But how does a cleaning protect your smile? How often should you see us for one?
Every few months, we recommend our patients, whether kids or adults, undergo a routine dental exam. There are a number of reasons we recommend a checkup for our patients. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at three important reasons to see us every six months (or three to four months if you have risk factors for gum disease) and let us examine your smile.
Gum disease impacts millions of people in the United States. Despite being so incredibly widespread, few people seem to understand the dangers posed by periodontal disease or how a few simple steps can help reduce their chances of developing poor gum health. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at gum disease prevention.
Cavities can impact patients of all ages. In fact, at some point nearly all of us will develop one or more cavities. Despite their widespread prevalence, you can take steps to help reduce your risk of developing decay, keeping your smile healthy and beautiful in the process.
In our last blog, we looked at how removable dentures can address advanced tooth loss. In today’s blog, we would like to continue our discussion of tooth replacement with a look at implant dentistry. Dental implants offer a number of benefits for patients with one or more missing teeth.