You know you want to do something about your not-so-white-anymore smile but you aren’t too certain about the correct approach. While we offer a variety of cosmetic options to brighten up your smile, we often recommend teeth whitening for allover discoloration. To quell your curiosity and help you find out more regarding whether whitening might be just what you’ve been hoping to stumble upon, we offer you some highlights as an introduction.
Can you secretly sing every word to songs “Danger Zone” and “Take My Breath Away?” If so, you may need to catch your breath and plan on this very exciting 30th anniversary movie night, which includes a screening of … you guessed it … Top Gun!
Did you know that a dental checkup is a wonderful time to ask questions? Perhaps you assume that this preventive care visit might be a good time to bring up inquiries about what we are doing throughout the examination but you have felt even more hesitant about telling us what’s on your mind. Good news: You’re free to relax and let us know what you’re thinking! Even things you might feel a little embarrassed to bring up are more than welcome. Let’s give you a couple examples, so you can garner up the confidence you need to have your questions answered.
While a cavity or other problem that affects your oral health can seem like an overwhelming concern, don’t think for a moment that we don’t take the beauty of your smile seriously. We understand that you can feel just as frantic or worried about a chipped tooth, a yellowed smile, or other esthetic problem. Fortunately, we offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry treatments to help you achieve whatever it is you want or need for your smile’s appearance.
Welcome to the exciting world of dental implants! You may not know much about this prosthetic option at all. However, its reputation likely precedes itself, so you might have some interest nonetheless. When it comes to replacing your teeth, choosing implants is an option that provides you with a unique set of benefits. To begin your journey toward getting to know implants, we encourage you to begin at the beginning with some building-block information.
There are those things in life that seems like they should be extremely easy but that, when we are faced with them, turn out to seem much more complicated than initially expected. We often find that choosing dental floss is one of these moments for our patients. Why so overwhelming, you may wonder? Well, there are a lot of options out there and there’s really no right or wrong selection. Don’t worry! We can quickly help you turn this dental hygiene dilemma into a total no-brainer.
What’s cooler than watching a movie at home on your television? Getting out of the house, joining the community, and watching a movie on a big screen in the park, of course! So grab a blanket or chair, call up your friends, gather the family, and plan on coming out for some fun!
When you hear about dentures, you may find yourself feeling a bit mixed up regarding what type of tooth replacement option they provide you. You hear the terms “partial” and “denture” and have trouble distinguishing between them. Fortunately, the world of full and partial dentures is much easier to navigate than you have likely imagined. Allow us to provide you with the general details you need to become familiar with these prosthetic devices.
So, you are missing a tooth or two (or three) and you are looking for a way to complete your smile. This is a very wise choice, as avoiding tooth replacement can bring with it a slew of negative side effects (like misalignment). While you may feel quite motivated about addressing your tooth loss, you may find along the way that your knowledge of different treatments could use a bit of sprucing up. Let’s get started with an introduction to dental bridges.
When you hear the term prosthetic dentistry, do you imagine some sort of extraordinary specialized area of care? It’s certainly advanced and exceptional but you will be happy to learn that it’s something to which every patient dealing with tooth loss has immediate access at our practice. In short, this is the field of care that addresses missing teeth – and that helps to replace them. To provide you with a little more insight and understanding into what you can expect, take in some new information.