How to Choose a New Dental Office

If you moved to a new area or want to switch to a new dentist, how do you find the right one? A dentist is an important professional to have in life, so you will want to pick one that you like. As you begin searching for a new dental office, here are some tips to help you find the right one. The Location The first thing you must think about is the location of the dental office. Read More 

What Needs To Happen When Your Baby Teeth Won’t Fall Out?

You probably have a few things from your childhood that you've hung onto for sentimental reasons. These might be a few toys, your favorite books from when you were growing up, or perhaps a souvenir from a childhood vacation. There's one thing from your childhood that you wouldn't have deliberately hung onto, and this is your primary (baby) teeth. Why exactly have some of your baby teeth refused to loosen and dislodge? Read More 

Why Is It Difficult To Wear Lipstick With Invisalign?

Over the course of your treatment, Invisalign corrects the alignment of your teeth. This has two main benefits: improving the functionality and general performance of your teeth and improving their appearance by straightening them. But there are other, more cosmetic ways in which you might want to change your appearance, and you might not have thought about how this can be affected by your Invisalign treatment. Why is it so hard to wear lipstick during your Invisalign treatment? Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About Cosmetic Dentistry

First impressions count more than you realize. In fact, a recent study found that 48 percent of adults "believe that a smile is the most memorable feature" when they first meet someone. While your smile doesn't have to be movie star perfect, people do notice crooked and discolored teeth. Luckily, modern dentistry can fix everything from poorly spaced teeth to missing teeth with simple cosmetic procedures. What is cosmetic dentistry? Read More 

Why Crowns May Be Best

A crown is a prosthetic that covers a damaged tooth. The crown looks, feels, and acts as a regular tooth does. When most people look right at your teeth and you have a crown, they won't even be able to tell that you have a crown and wouldn't be able to point the crown out if asked. Once a crown is on your damaged tooth, you will be able to continue on as you would if your tooth had never been damaged, since crowns are strong and act just how teeth do with regards to helping you with things like chewing and word pronunciation. Read More