"I've always been self-conscious of my smile. Throughout my life I can't remember a time when I didn't cover my mouth with my hand. I look at all my past pictures and see the closed mouth half smile. Now with my 'new smile' I can't help but show everyone. It's amazing what this has done for my life... more.
"For many years of my adult life I have been in the public eye and done many speaking engagements. I have never been happy with the way my smile looked. Consequently I wore a mustache, hoping that would help distract people from my smile. Finally, I decided to do something about it. I went to see Dr. Coon and he assured me that I could have a natural looking smile. I was hesitant but decided to go through with the full mouth restoration procedure... more.
A smile is the light in the window of your face that tells people you're at home.
It is important to keep your entire mouth looking and feeling healthy, not just your teeth. Many people believe that dentists only deal with teeth, but they care about keeping your lips and gums healthy, too. Cold sores can be painful, itchy, contagious, embarrassing, and irritating to your mouth. They are caused by the herpes… Read more »
Toothaches are so common that most people will experience at least one throughout their lifetime. Along with the wide variety of people that get toothaches, there also a wide variety of potential causes for a toothache. Each person’s toothache can be vastly different from the next person’s. To give you relief from your aching tooth,… Read more »
There are two different ways that teeth can be discolored. Dull, yellow teeth can make you feel insecure about showing off your smile. Refreshing and whitening your smile can be a fairly quick and simple way to boost your confidence in your appearance. Understanding that there are two different types of tooth discoloration can help you know… Read more »
Everyone deals with bad breath at some point in their lives. Many people experience morning breath, while some people experience chronic bad breath that doesn’t go away easily. While bad breath can be bothersome just on its own, not being able to get rid of it can make the situation much more stressful. Usually, dealing… Read more »
Many adults with a crooked smile find themselves asking, “am I too old to straighten my smile?.” Movies and television have filled our heads with the images of teenagers wearing braces and headgear, which makes many of us mistakenly believe that straightening our smiles is strictly for adolescents. While Invisalign treatment is appropriate for kids… Read more »
Losing even just one tooth can affect the way you look, eat, and even the way that you speak. A missing tooth can also leave your remaining teeth vulnerable to movement or loss. Tooth loss can lead to a loss of bone density in your jaw, which can have a negative affect on your smile’s… Read more »
Carbonated water known as sparkling water, especially flavored sparkling water, is very popular right now. The drink has become a healthy choice for those that want to get the bubbles of soda without the additional sugar. However, it has come into question of whether or not carbonation is healthy for your smile. There have been… Read more »
Grinding your teeth, which is known as bruxism, is a common problem for many people. It often happens while you are sleeping. If it happens while you are asleep, how do you know if you if you suffer from it? Do you wake up with a sore jaw, sore cheeks, or sore teeth? Do you… Read more »
Throughout your life as you age, your mouth and smile can take on quite a bit of wear and damage. Whether from decay, injury, accidents, just aging or wear, your smile may look differently than it used to. A full-mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive and conservative overhaul of your smile. A full-mouth rehabilitation addresses both health… Read more »
Despite how well you keep your on top of your oral hygiene, tooth decay can happen. Unfortunately, cavities can strike even the mouths of those who are vigilant about their oral health. Decay can be caused by tooth grinding, genetics, and other reasons beyond a lax in oral hygiene. Whatever the cause of the cavity,… Read more »