What Is Dental Bonding?

Have you heard of dental bonding? In this procedure performed at your dentist’s office, a composite resin material is bonded to the tooth enamel. Versatile and effective, this form of cosmetic dentistry is used for a variety of applications when it comes to the teeth. Composite resin, the same...
Dental veneers are thin layers of material made to look like your natural teeth. Veneers cover your normal teeth and provide an aesthetic improvement for a variety of cosmetic concerns. Typically made of porcelain ceramic, but sometimes composite resin, dental veneers are strong, stain-resistant, and are permanently bonded to your teeth. You...
If you’ve ever considered dental veneers to improve your smile, it’s important to know everything you can about this form of cosmetic dentistry. Veneers are generally considered a non-reversible form of treatment, so you want to be sure you’re making the best decision for your smile! Although dental veneers—thin yet...
Experiencing an injury to your tooth is never a fun experience. Teeth that are already weakened by decay or have existing dental restorations can be more susceptible to chips and fractures. When you break a tooth, you should see your dentist as soon as possible to prevent further damage...
If you’re a red wine drinker, you’re most likely aware of wine’s uncanny ability to stain your teeth. The damage usually isn’t apparent after one glass of wine, but over months or years of regular wine drinking. However, red wine isn’t the only culprit. Other dark, fruit-flavored wines can easily...
If you have an uneven gum line, you might be embarrassed about your smile, or you could be wondering what’s causing your gums to take on an irregular appearance. There are several factors that can influence your gum tissue growth, and your treatment will depend on the severity of...
Millions of adults are searching for a way to brighten their teeth. Some purchase over-the- counter bleaching products, while others get their teeth professionally whitened by their dentist. There are many benefits to getting your teeth professionally whitened—it’s safer, tends to last longer, and provides a more even white color...
The vast majority of people who receive orthodontic treatment will need to wear a retainer after their teeth are straightened and the orthodontia is removed. These devices are custom made for your smile and typically involve metal wires and plastic—it might sound uncomfortable, but since it’s made for your unique smile, retainers...
Dental implants are permanent replacements for your missing natural teeth. The implant is a post that’s placed in your jaw and allowed to fuse naturally with your bone. Your restoration will be completed with a dental crown so your smile will look and feel completely natural. When considering dental implants,...
Did you know that over 6 million people have used Invisalign to straighten their teeth ? Invisalign consists of a series of aligners that are clear and are swapped out every few weeks to gradually straighten your teeth and adjust your bite. The result is the smile you’ve always...