Dental veneers are an excellent choice for patients who want to transform their smile but have numerous issues that need to be corrected, such as deeply stained teeth, chipped or cracked teeth, or excessive tooth wear. Veneers are essentially a very thin layer of durable porcelain that’s placed over your natural smile with...
Getting braces can feel like more of a commitment than some adults want to make. Depending on your unique smile, some people need to wear braces for a few years before their treatment is complete. For adults who want to skip orthodontia, it makes sense to seek a cosmetic alternative to...
Restorative dentistry involves restoring a tooth or teeth from damage or decay. Your dentist’s ultimate goal is to protect your natural smile, so restorative dentistry typically involves working with your existing tooth structure to help support the teeth that have been affected by your condition. There are many types of restorative dentistry to...
While our teeth experience normal wear and tear, teeth can experience damage that goes beyond what’s considered normal. Worn down teeth can impact your chewing, your appearance, and may even be painful. Tooth wear can happen quickly or over a long period of time. Unfortunately, most people don’t notice the wear until they...
Although our teeth are strong, they’re not invincible. They’re susceptible to cracks and chips, especially from injuries or from biting down on something hard. Even oral piercings such as tongue rings and conditions such as teeth grinding can cause chips and cracks in the teeth. You should never wait to fix your...
The New Year is upon us, and you want your smile to look and feel its best. Whether you’re on top of your oral care or you’ve been skipping the dentist for the last few years, everyone deserves to have a healthy and beautiful smile. If you’ve been considering getting your smile...
Dentists get asked this question about porcelain veneers a lot. The reason is because a microscopic amount of tooth enamel needs to be removed in order for the veneer to properly bind to your teeth. This leads many people to wonder if this new enamel loss will impact their tooth sensitivity. So do...
A gap between two teeth in your smile is technically known as diastema. This gap could happen between your two front teeth or between any of your other teeth. You might also have a missing tooth that causes a gap you’d like to close. When it comes to your treatment for closing...
Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the most magical days of your life, but when you’re worried about how your smile will look in your wedding photos, anxiety can outweigh joy on this special day. Fortunately, you have several cosmetic dentistry options to create your dream...
If your teeth have white spots on the surface of the enamel, you likely have a condition called enamel hypoplasia. Enamel hypoplasia appears as uneven whitening across your smile, but this color is generally noticeably different from the rest of your smile and many people feel self-conscious about it....