Signs You Need To Speak To Denture Specialists

When you wear dentures or you're preparing to get dentures for the first time, it's wise to spend some time with a denture specialist or provider so you know what you're getting into and what your options are. These are the denture specialists who work with you and get you fitted for dentures while also helping you get used to them so they are comfortable. Here are signs you need to speak to denture specialists if you are currently wearing dentures. Read More 

When Veneer Problems Pop Up

Veneers can be the perfect solution for those with discolored and mishappen teeth. They are the non-surgical way to get beautiful teeth without a long process. When problems with veneers do pop up, they are often easily solved. Read on to find out more. How Long Do Veneers Last? The life of your veneer varies. Several factors can affect the life of a veneer such as eating habits, dental hygiene practices, medication usage, and more. Read More 

Questions About Dental Implants? You’re Not Alone

Dental implants are really common. Many dentists consider them to be the best option for replacing missing teeth. Nevertheless, if you are considering a dental implant, it is normal to be a little bit intimidated. You are, after all, about to have a foreign object implanted into your jawbone. Learning more about implants and the implant process can give you a lot of reassurance. Review the answers to the following questions, and you should start to feel more comfortable with the idea of getting implants. Read More 

Can You Get Braces If You Have Wisdom Teeth?

Whether you're an adult or a teen, you may still have your wisdom teeth. If you're supposed to get braces or other orthodontia in the future, you may wonder if having your wisdom teeth will get in the way. If you still have your wisdom teeth, there are a few things you should know before you get braces. Wisdom Teeth Can Cause Crowding Wisdom teeth can cause your other teeth to shift and become crowded. Read More 

4 Things To Know About Self-Ligating Braces

Have you met with an orthodontist that has recommended you get self-ligating braces, but you don't know much about them? Then you'll definitely want to know about how these braces are different from using traditional brackets.  Self-Ligating Braces Use Latches Self-ligating refers to the method that is used to secure the archwire to the brackets. There is a small latch on the front side of the bracket that the archwire slips into. Read More