Tips For A Healthier Smile

Everyone wants a beautiful smile — white and straight teeth that make you feel confident to smile at any opportunity. But a beautiful smile doesn’t just happen with Invisalign or cosmetic dentistry. In many circumstances, these approaches may be necessary. But there is more to a beautiful smile than that. To have, and maintain those pearly whites…

Common Causes of Toothaches

Toothaches are never fun and often mean that you may need some dental work done. But that is not always the case! A toothache could mean a few different things. When you are experiencing pain or sensitivity in your mouth, consult with a dentist. If you leave your toothache untreated, it will likely lead to…

Pros and Cons of Veneers

What are Veneers? A veneer is a thin piece of porcelain, resin, or other material that is made to fit your tooth. They attach to the front of a tooth to improve its appearance. Usually, veneers are used to cover discolored teeth, chipped or broken teeth, irregularly shaped teeth, or teeth with gaps between them.…

Everything You Need to Know about Invisalign

Looking into straightening your teeth but don’t want to deal with the hassle of braces? There is another option. Invisalign can straighten your teeth in no time without filling your mouth with metal and wires. These aligners are nearly invisible, which allows you to straighten your teeth without many (or any) people noticing. Learn more about Invisalign…

The Benefits of Gum Contouring

What is it? Gum contouring is a dental procedure that reshapes your gum line. This is a minor and minimally invasive oral surgery to trim away any excessive gum tissues. Shaping your gum line can benefit you in multiple ways. If you have an excessively high or low gum line, contouring may be a good option…

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a process that uses a tooth colored bonding material to repair a tooth. The procedure uses a durable plastic material to fill in a decayed, chipped, or discolored tooth. This material ‘bonds’ to the tooth. It is an easier and cheaper alternative to a crown or veneer procedure. What is it used for?…

Signs You’re Brushing Too Hard or Too Much

Yes, unfortunately, it is possible to have too much of a good thing. This, of course, is true when it comes to cake and cookies, but it’s also true when it comes to brushing your teeth! You may think that brushing more vigorously or more often will keep you safe from cavities. Sadly, the opposite…