Teeth Whitening Options In Your 40S

17 September 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Healthy teeth are something to strive for at any point in life. Often many people make mistakes like not brushing enough or not going to get regular dental checkups and cleanings while in their teens and 20s. However, most have a good routine in place by their 30s. The 40s can bring a few changes to the teeth that should be addressed by the dentist. One of these common changes are teeth that aren't as white and bright as they once were. Read More 

Uses Of Dental Crowns

23 August 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A dental crown is a hollow cap that covers a tooth's natural crown, or the area of a tooth that is exposed above the gum line. Dental crowns are used in conjunction with many different types of restorations. Here are a few of them: Implant Restorations After a dental implant has been installed and has healed inside the jawbone, a connector is added to the device before the implant is covered by a dental crown. Read More 

Why Teeth Whitening Doesn’t Always Work And The Options You Have

11 July 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Wouldn't it be nice if your teeth could always stay as white as they were when they first erupted? Most people agree that this would be nice; however, it's almost impossible to keep your teeth this white. Luckily, dentists offer teeth-whitening services, which work well for most people. There are times, though, when professional whitening is not effective, and here are several things to understand about this. How Stains Occur Read More 

Two Cosmetic Dental Procedures Your Teenager May Want Before They Go To College

11 July 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The first year of college can be a very stressful time. It is a time to see new places, make new friends, and take on new adventures. Because of this, many teens feel that it is important that they put their best foot forward, which includes having the perfect smile. Here are a few cosmetic dental procedures that your teenager may want to have done before they report for their first day on campus. Read More 

4 Habits That May Be Causing Serious Damage To Your Teeth

3 June 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Even when you practice good oral health care by brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and regularly visiting your dentist, you may still be engaging in at least one habit that may cause serious injuries to your teeth. Bad habits are easy to develop and, unfortunately, are often difficult to break. What many people don't realize is that there are some common habits that you may think are harmless, but they can actually have a significant impact on your smile. Read More