Our daily habits and other factors can lead to discoloration forming on your smile. Stains can cause embarrassment and may make you want to hide your smile. However, we can help you remove your teeth stains and offer tips for keep your smile bright.
Restorative dentistry can help return your smile to optimal health and function. We can also use restorations and other treatments to improve the beauty of your smile as well. In today’s blog, we’re going to take a look at the treatments and steps necessary to improve the health of your smile.
You don’t have to stick with metal braces to enjoy an even and beautiful smile. We can correct misalignment using comfortable and practically invisible plastic aligners. Do you have questions about Invisalign? What should you expect from treatment?
Did you know that we have a single cosmetic treatment that can completely alter the color and shape of your teeth? With porcelain veneers, we can transform your smile in as little as two visits. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss the benefits of restorations and what to expect from the placement process.
TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, can lead to serious discomfort and cause problems for your smile’s health. In order to treat the issue, you may need a TMJ specialist. Fortunately, we can offer treatment options to address jaw joint dysfunction and improve your smile’s health.
Did you know that we can fix a damaged tooth in just one visit? With cosmetic bonding, we can restore the function and appearance of a tooth. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the placement process and discuss the importance of repairing your tooth in a timely manner.
Do you wish you could have a brighter smile? We understand, as teeth whitening is the most popular of our cosmetic treatments. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at professional teeth whitening, as well as steps you can take to keep your smile bright.
When was the last time you had your teeth cleaned? What may seem like a routine procedure that isn’t very important is actually vital for keeping your teeth and gums free of tooth decay and gum disease. Let’s look at what makes dental cleanings so important!
If you lose a single tooth, then we place a single dental implant. But what if you lose several, or a majority, of your teeth? We won’t just place a single new implant for each one. Instead, we can place between six and eight per arch to provide a fixed denture, addressing advanced tooth loss with a strong and lifelike solution!
Bruxism, a disorder in which patients grind their teeth or clench their jaw on a regular basis, can damage smiles and lead to serious complications. But what should a patient do to stop teeth grinding? We can help, with a customized treatment option to stop bruxism and prevent further damage to your smile.