Month: January 2018

3 Good Uses for Tooth Bonding

Some of the more common tooth blemishes might affect your smile’s appearance, but they often aren’t as serious or complicated to address as they seem. In many cases, that means your dentist can quickly and conveniently address them, often without any permanent alterations to your tooth structure. For instance, with cosmetic tooth bonding, your dentist… Read more »

What Are the Long-Term Benefits of Dental Implants?

After losing one or more teeth, the most important step to preserving your smile is to replace them. Besides the improvement to your smile’s appearance, replacing lost teeth also restores your bite’s function and reduces your risk of other dental issues. Compared to traditional options like dental bridges and dentures, dental implants can offer a… Read more »

How to Save Your Smile from a Cracked Tooth

Given the fact that your teeth are the strongest parts of your body, you may wonder how and why do they sometimes seem to crack so easily? The truth is, they don’t. For a tooth to crack or fracture, it must be exposed to immense pressure, such as from an uneven bite or accidental trauma…. Read more »

Is It Possible to Prevent Teeth Stains?

Teeth stains don’t have to be severe to have a noticeable impact on your smile’s appearance. Against the uniformity of your healthy, natural teeth, even minor stains can become glaringly obvious. Unfortunately, teeth stains aren’t always preventable like other dental issues. The good news, though, is that most common teeth stains can often be erased… Read more »

3 Ways Porcelain Veneers Improve Your Smile

In the world of cosmetic dentistry, porcelain veneers are simultaneously among the most lifelike and the most versatile smile enhancements. Made from highly realistic dental porcelain that’s customized to match the appearance of your teeth, cosmetic veneers are able to address several different aspects of your smile’s appearance at once. Today, we take a look… Read more »

Why You Should Never Skip a Cleaning Appointment

Hopefully, you know that brushing and flossing your teeth every day, at least twice a day, is essential to maintaining a clean, healthy, and disease-free smile. You should also know, however, that brushing and flossing isn’t enough to consistently protect your smile from the dangers that it can face. Today, we explain the importance of… Read more »