You may do the best you can to keep cavities away and your mouth healthy. You may brush and floss twice a day. You might even do it after every meal. Unfortunately, cavities can strike even the mouths of those vigilant about their oral health. Tooth decay can be caused by genetics or tooth grinding… Read more »
Month: November 2017
Missing even just one tooth can affect the way you look, eat, and even the way that you talk. It can also leave your remaining teeth vulnerable to movement or loss. Losing teeth can lead to a loss of bone density in your jaw, which can have a negative affect on your smile’s health. Replacing… Read more »
Over time and throughout your life, your mouth and smile can take on quite a bit of damage. Whether from decay, injury, accidents, or just aging and wear, your smile may not look the way it used to look. A full-mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive overhaul of your smile. A full-mouth rehabilitation can address both… Read more »
If you have discoloration, then you may be uncomfortable showing off your smile, especially with the holiday season coming up. Fortunately, we can help you enjoy a more attractive smile by removing these stains using cosmetic treatment. Do you have questions about our teeth whitening procedure?
Some flaws in your smile are not flaws at all. Maybe you have a small gap that you feel makes your smile unique and different from everyone else’s. A flaw is only a flaw for two reasons: that it makes you feel insecure or that it causes problems with your health. If you have issues… Read more »