Perfect Your Smile With Porcelain Veneers

It's a simple reality in our culture that we Americans spend hours each week attending to our appearance. When you add to that pressure the fact that our smile is one of the first things people notice about us, the desire to find a permanent solution to minor tooth flaws can become quite powerful. Luckily, porcelain … [Read more...]

How Water Benefits Oral Health

It seems as if scientific research is constantly producing new technologies and consumer products that make our lives better. But when it comes to oral health, few things match the usefulness and versatility of plain drinking water! Here are just a few ways in which stepping up your consumption of water can benefit … [Read more...]

Dental Hygienists Answer Your Dental Care Questions

When Ashley and Gina, Dr. Carol Ford's dental hygienists, work with clients, one of their roles in the treatment process is to act as a dental educator. Both women are asked numerous questions by patients about the details of proper dental care. Here are a few of the most common dental care questions that our dental … [Read more...]

Managing A Cosmetic Dentistry Practice

Hi, I'm Rhonda Kob, the treatment coordinator and office manager for Dr. Carol Ford’s cosmetic dentistry practice in central Phoenix. I have a wonderful career in the field of cosmetic dentistry; I learn something new every day and I really appreciate the opportunity to grow constantly in terms of my professional … [Read more...]

New Technology In Dental Care

There is an art to creating beautiful smiles through cosmetic dentistry, but there is also a very exacting science to caring for the function and appearance of your teeth. And the science end of dental care is always evolving due to advances in technology. Here’s a brief report on several new technologies that are … [Read more...]

Key Signs of Gum Disease

Health conditions with the potential to damage our body do not always arrive with great fanfare or extreme symptoms. It is often the “quiet” conditions that are the most insidious, because they wreak havoc and do not cause great pain or difficulty until they are quite advanced. Periodontal (gum) disease is … [Read more...]