4 Cosmetic Dentistry Options For Eliminating Gaps Between Your Teeth

Posted on: 6 May 2019

Whether you have a gap between your two front teeth or gaps between all of your teeth that you want to eliminate, there are many cosmetic dentistry options available. Listed below is information about the four most common options: Option #1: Dental Bonding The least expensive, fastest, and easiest way to close a gap between two teeth is with dental bonding. The bonding process uses a dental-safe composite resin matching your natural teeth to give each tooth beside the gap a bit more bulk. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why You May Need A Root Canal

Posted on: 9 April 2019

Have you gotten the unfortunate diagnosis from your dentist that you must get a root canal? If so, you may be wondering why this procedure is necessary. Here are some common reasons why your dentist may have determined the need to perform a root canal. Deep Cavities When a cavity is caught early enough, it will likely be shallow and only penetrate a small amount of your tooth. Putting a filling in is fairly easy in this situation, and will be quick and painless. [Read More]

3 Amazing Benefits Of Getting Dental Veneers

Posted on: 14 March 2019

If your teeth are not in perfect condition, then smiling may not be something you ever want to do. You don't deserve to live this way. To restore teeth, you can get dental veneers. They come with a lot of practical benefits today.  Mask Discoloration  Teeth turning yellow can happen to anyone. You may have not brushed your teeth properly or may have drank a lot of coffee. Whatever caused your teeth to yellow over time, you don't have to live with these discoloration results. [Read More]

How Diabetes Changes Oral Care And What You Need To Know Now

Posted on: 13 February 2019

If you have received a recent diagnosis of diabetes, you may be surprised at how many different ways this affects your body. For example, your dental and oral hygiene routines are going to change dramatically. It will take some getting used to, but once you know how diabetes affects dental/oral care and you get into the habit of treating the condition and changing your routines to accommodate the disease, it gets a little easier. [Read More]