The Differences Between In-Office and At-Home Teeth Whitening

Most people respond positively to a bright smile. If your teeth in the “smile zone” have been darkened by staining food or drinks, tobacco use, or other factors, getting a teeth whitening treatment can provide a boost to your self-confidence. Another plus to teeth whitening is that there are several ways to achieve … [Read more...]

Dental Veneers Have Improved Over Time

For nearly a century, porcelain dental veneers have been a cost-effective way to correct minor imperfections in the shape, shade, or rotation of your teeth. Current materials and techniques make the procedure quick and comfortable. Like many other types of dental restorations, veneers evolved in quality and … [Read more...]

Facts And Myths About Flossing

Flossing teeth sounds like it should come easily, given that we’ve all heard from childhood how important it is. More than one in every two adults suffer from gum disease, though, which is influenced by how often one flosses. Clearly there is a disconnect between knowing one needs to floss and actually flossing every … [Read more...]

How Dental Fillings Have Changed

If you’ve gotten a dental filling sometime during your life, you’re not alone. More than 92 percent of Americans have experienced tooth decay, and the most common treatment for the cavities decay leaves behind is a dental filling. However, your options if you need a filling today are far more varied than they were … [Read more...]

It’s National Women’s Health Week (May 12–18) – 3 Things You Can Do to Do Improve Your Oral Health

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Women’s Health is celebrating its annual National Women’s Health Week May 12-18, 2019. The event aims to encourage women to take steps to protect and improve their physical and mental health. One key focus is oral health. Proper care of teeth and gums means … [Read more...]

Top 5 Threats to Your Dental Health

The consequences of ignoring of your dental health can be serious: tooth decay, cavities, gum disease, tooth loss, and significant appearance issues. The good news is that you have a great deal of control over your dental health, and you can start to improve it immediately. Learn the five top threats to your long-term … [Read more...]