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Of course you want your teeth to look as bright as possible. Whiter teeth give the appearance of health and youth as well as boosting your confidence, so it’s understandable that white teeth would be a priority! But what happens when you want a professional teeth whitening but you have dental implants or...
Dental implants consist of a titanium post inserted into your jaw with a dental crown attached to the end. These modern tooth replacements so accurately mimic your natural teeth that they give you the best appearance and functionality compared to other replacements such as bridges and dentures. Dental implants have many long-term benefits...
There was a time when the only way to get crooked teeth straightened was with braces. However, today there are quicker and easier options available to all who seek a straighter smile. Invisalign is comfortable than wearing traditional metal braces and actually yields a much shorter treatment time. Best...

A New Smile in a Snap

Your smile may not make you feel the most confident, but chances are the idea of undergoing time consuming cosmetic dental work does not quite appeal to you. For those looking for a beautiful new smile in half the time, there is the Snap-On Smile. The Snap-On Smile is a...
A professional teeth whitening happens at your dentist’s office and gives you a complete teeth whitening in just one appointment. People choose to professionally whiten their teeth when their teeth have accrued stains over time that a regular cleaning at the dentist office or home care habits won’t remove. Some patients may have...
Although tooth enamel is actually tougher than your bones, this doesn’t mean that it’s not susceptible to injury, just as your bones are not immune to fractures. In fact, it’s easier than you think to chip or crack a tooth. While injuries such as these can happen for a variety of reasons...
Dental Lumineers are similar to traditional dental veneers but with a few key differences. Dental veneers are much thinner and more translucent, which allows them to look more like your natural smile. Since Lumineers are so thin, they don’t require much—if any—preparation of the tooth enamel, unlike veneers which...
3D dental x-rays use what’s called cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) to provide your dentist with a more comprehensive view of your smile compared to 2D x-rays. 3D x-rays provide dental professionals with the option to create hundreds of x-ray images from just one simple scan of your mouth. Your dentist can...

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 fillings with proper care can last for many years, but eventually, all fillings must be replaced. A filling may fail due to stress from grinding or clenching or the regular assault from drinking and eating.When fillings do become cracked, worn away, chipped or otherwise compromised, they can become...