Improve Your Smile with These Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

December and January are prime months to evaluate what parts of our lives that have worked well for us this year, as well as what we’d like to change in the coming year. If one of your goals for 2020 is a better-looking smile and improved dental health, your cosmetic dentist can partner with you in creating a mouth … [Read more...]

What is the Easiest Cosmetic Way to Improve My Smile?

  Today, Americans from all walks of life visit cosmetic dentists to improve the look and function of their smiles. Many of the most popular smile improvements your cosmetic dentist offers are affordable and relatively non-invasive. Your provider can discuss your goals and address your questions during a … [Read more...]

Will Dental Bonding Improve My Smile?

Our smiles are among the first things people notice about us, and even minor imperfections in the appearance of our teeth or gums can lower our self-confidence. Fortunately, dental bonding is an inexpensive way to address certain cosmetic issues, and it has the added benefit of requiring little advance preparation and … [Read more...]

Should I Wear A Mouth Guard?

Mouth guards are soft plastic or laminate devices designed to protect your teeth and your mouth’s soft tissues. Proper use of mouth guards can reduce dental and oral injuries by as many as  200,000 cases per year, according to the American Dental Association. Types of injuries that mouth guards can prevent or minimize … [Read more...]

What to Expect After a Tooth Extraction

Sometimes, the most effective way to resolve an oral health situation is to remove the tooth (or teeth) causing the problem. Tooth extraction can become necessary for many reasons, including: Advanced tooth decay, particularly if it has compromised the structure of the tooth Infection in the tooth pulp … [Read more...]

5 Foods That Are Good for Oral Health

We are frequently warned about the dangers of sugar to our oral health, as well as to our health more generally. Earlier in September, the Journal of the American Medical Association published a study reaffirming regular consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks dramatically increases your chances of dying from … [Read more...]