Are you happy with your smile? Or are there things you’ve always wanted to fix, like deep tooth stains, small gaps, or misshapen teeth? This summer is a great time to schedule a cosmetic smile makeover! Check out our blog post to see what we offer to transform your smile and boost your self-confidence.
Do you have a tooth infection? In days past, you would probably need to have the tooth extracted, but today, root canals deal with the infection while saving your tooth! Read our blog post for a look at what to expect during a root canal, including if it’s normal to feel pain after the treatment.
There are several important parts of a daily dental routine you should follow! These parts include brushing and flossing, maintaining routine dental visits, and swishing mouthwash. Read our blog post to learn more about mouthwash and when you should use it.
Oral cancer is scary to think about, but with regular screenings at the dentist’s office, signs and symptoms can be caught early and treated. Check out our blog post to find out when and how often you should be getting oral cancer screenings.
Veneers are ultra-thin shells made of porcelain that are designed to enhance a patient’s smile when they are placed over the front teeth. Veneers can be used to restore and protect a damaged front tooth or just make it look more cosmetically pleasing. Read our blog post to learn more about veneers, including who is a good candidate for the treatment.
All smiles are different. Yet, every smile benefits from a dental routine, which includes more than just brushing and flossing. Check out our blog post where we share tips on what the ideal dental routine looks like.
Diet plays a huge role in maintaining your oral health. While we know all of the foods that are bad for our smiles and our bodies, including sweets, alcohol, and acidic foods and beverages, take a look at our blog post for our list of foods that are beneficial for your teeth.
Crowns, bridges, and veneers are common dental treatments, but what are they used for? Are they similar? Read our blog post for a look at the key differences you should know about crowns, bridges and veneers.
A smile you’re confident to share can make all the difference, especially when you don’t have to think twice about it. Straight teeth and a bite that aligns properly are also essential to good oral health, so why wouldn’t Invisalign sound like a good option? Check out our blog post to see if you might be a good candidate for Invisalign Clear Aligner Therapy.