Answers To The Most Common Questions About Dental Bonding

One of the most common types of cosmetic dentist services is a dental procedure known as dental bonding, which is used to close small gaps or repair injured teeth. Dental bonding is an inexpensive as well as quick and virtually painless way to improve your smile. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions you may have about dental bonding. What is Dental Bonding? The dental bonding procedure consists of roughing up the surface of the injured tooth, followed by applying a conditioning liquid that helps with the adherence of the bonding material.   Read More...

Veneers Vs. Dental Implants: Which Is Best For You

A beautiful smile is something most people strive for. If you have yellowed teeth, crooked or missing teeth though, you may feel self conscious about your smile. If you're looking to improve your smile cosmetic dentistry can help give you the smile you have been wanting. Some popular options are veneers and dental implants. These are two very different procedures and aren't for everyone. Read on for the differences between these two procedures to know which may be best for you.   Read More...

Solutions That Prevent Common Denture Problems

If your dentist recommends dentures as one solution for extensive dental problems, you may feel leery about choosing them because of stories you've heard and misconceptions you have. You may think they'll fall out when you eat, give you bad breath, or hurt all the time. While these problems can occur, they don't have to. Here's a look at how to overcome these problems so you can eliminate your worries over getting dentures.   Read More...

Why White Teeth Are Associated With Youth

Having a pearly-white smile is something to cherish, especially since it's commonly associated with being young. If you've ever wondered why people think that white teeth are youthful, here's the answer. Before Stains When children get their first baby teeth and their first adult teeth, they come in looking white, pristine, and perfect. Even children who experience cavities but who otherwise engage in good oral health will typically have white-looking teeth.   Read More...

Don't Ruin Your Smile: 4 Things That Could Be Jeopardizing Your Teeth

If you're like most people, you want to keep your teeth for as long as possible. You probably brush your teeth twice a day, and see your dentist twice a year. Doing all the right things will go a long way towards protecting your teeth. Unfortunately, doing things wrong can undo all the hard work you're putting in to keeping your teeth healthy and strong. Here are things you could be doing that may be jeopardizing the health of your teeth.   Read More...