Being embarrassed about your smile or avoiding dental work can hinder your self esteem and even lead to poor oral health. Cosmetic dentistry is available to help you get your beautiful smile and your confidence back! Thanks to advances in technology and dentistry, you have a variety of options...
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...
Should you get dental implants or veneers? What are the basic differences? Which is the right treatment for you? This article will give you the information you need in order to make an informed decision. What Is the Difference Between a Dental Implant and a Veneer? Think of a dental implant...
Cosmetic dentistry involves any dental procedure that’s primary objective is to improve the appearance of the teeth. However, cosmetic dentistry can benefit your entire smile as well as your oral health. Procedures that fall under cosmetic dentistry range from porcelain veneers to teeth whitening to gum re-contouring, all to achieve your vision for...
When you realize you need implant dentistry, you encounter many claims of dentists who are “tops” or “the best” or even the “clear choice” for implant dentistry. Friends and family or newspapers, radio or internet ads don’t really explain how dentists earn that status. Yet, there are discreet things...
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...
Are you afraid to smile in public or in other social occasions? Is it because your teeth are chipped, broken or misaligned? Worn tooth enamel stained or discolored with age may be one reason that you are reluctant to smile in the company of other people. Other dental problems...
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....