Each Patient Is Unique

One of the concepts in modern American life that is the LEAST applicable to dental care is the idea that “one size fits all.” That can be a wonderful idea if we’re talking about a hat, or an accessory like a necklace, but it’s a terrible idea to adhere to if we’re talking about your dental health. When it comes to … [Read more...]

Importance of Saving the Tooth

Today’s cosmetic dentistry patient has options for maintaining their smile that would astonish their great-grandparents. For much of recorded history, losing one’s teeth was a feared but somewhat inevitable outcome of old age (and occasionally of an accident or illness). But since the advent of removable dentures, … [Read more...]

Oral Health Tips For Seniors

While advances in medical care and changes in cultural expectations have made it easier as an adult over the age of 60 to experience excellent quality of life, when it comes to oral health, there are a number of dental “self-help” tasks in which senior adults can engage to ensure their teeth and gums remain … [Read more...]

Would You Benefit From Dental Implants?

If you have one or more missing teeth, one of the restorative options your dentist may discuss with you is a dental implant. Dental implants provide patients with the ability to chew, speak and talk as they did when they had a full set of natural teeth. This by itself is a significant health benefit, but there are two … [Read more...]

Get Your Smile Back With Teeth In A Day

While the common term for immediate loading dental implants – “teeth in a day” – sounds dramatic, it is one case where the benefits offered by a dental procedure truly live up to the amazing-sounding label. But for a process like teeth in a day, which provides natural looking dental implants that are permanently … [Read more...]

How Can I Improve My Smile This Year?

There are so many reasons to want a smile upgrade through cosmetic dentistry this year. Some are related to appearance: a grin full of teeth exudes confidence, and this can help us on the job or in our relationships. Some are related to how our smiling teeth function: missing teeth make it harder to chew and speak, and … [Read more...]