Do you know what to make of dental contouring? If you’ve already learned about dental bonding, which is the cosmetic treatment used to help your teeth look like they have additional tissue, then think of contouring as bonding’s best friend. Instead of adding tissue, we will take some away to reshape teeth so they look better (and so your whole smile is a much prettier looking feature). Find out more!
What you may already know is that dental bonding can help you with your smile if you’re not too crazy about the way it looks these days. While it cannot address everything, it does provide improvement in a very specific way. Not sure you know what that is (Hint: It adds artificial dental tissue), you have a hard time keeping the benefits separate from contouring, but you’re just trying to figure out which cosmetic option is going to help the most? Not a problem. We’d love to fill you in on the details!
Fortunately, when you’re feeling a bit down and out about the appearance of your smile because of discoloration, you won’t find yourself at a dead end. Instead, you will quickly discover that thanks to the cosmetic treatment we know as teeth whitening, you have quick access to a smile that’s much whiter, much brighter, and that you can feel proud to call yours. If you’re thinking whitening may be just what you need, we’ve got the advice to help you make this dream a reality. Let’s get going!
Have you been feeling extremely excited lately at the prospect of making your smile into a much more attractive feature? Are you aware that you may rely on cosmetic care to achieve such feats but as far as the details are concerned, you’re the first to admit you don’t really know much? If so, we would like to step you through some of the specifics, so you feel more confident, motivated, and informed about your candidacy and what it will take to reach your final destination of a beautiful grin.
When you tear off a strand of floss and you clean between your teeth (and just beneath your gumline), you’re providing your smile with an exceptionally significant service. In addition to brushing, this act ensures your teeth and gums remain very clean and, as a result, very healthy. However, just because you floss sometimes doesn’t mean you’re getting the full medley of benefits from this portion of your dental hygiene. It’s when you’re doing things correctly that flossing is most advantageous. Find out how you’re doing with some FAQs (and don’t forget to ask for more information during your next visit).
You know that protecting your smile means getting serious about preventive care. Of course, the professional aspect of this area of your smile care includes coming in for checkups and dental cleanings! While you may feel completely ready to commit to these treatments, you might notice you don’t have a lot of information on the topic. To help guide you toward your best looking (and healthiest) smile, we’ve got a Q&A session all ready for you, so you can soar through your professional prevention with flying colors!
Do you know if the toothbrush you’ve been using is the best option for your dental hygiene? Is there part of you that wonders if you could be making better choices, which might yield even more thorough and effective care at home? The good news is that choosing a brush that offers you everything you need for plaque removal is very easy to accomplish. That is, provided you know what you’re looking for! Follow our three simple steps for achieving this task and you’ll know every time you brush that your care is a success.
What is preventive dentistry, you may wonder to yourself? You may already recognize that it helps protect your teeth and gums but that doesn’t mean you have any additional details on the topic. In short, it’s a field of dental care that provides you with efforts, tips, and guidelines for avoiding oral health problems, rather than attempting to treat them after they have already developed and caused damage. Want some additional information? We are happy to share it.
How often should you see the dentist? The American Dental Association recommends both kids and adults undergo a routine checkup and cleaning every six months. We agree, as these preventive visits can often help protect your smile from common oral health concerns, such as tooth decay or periodontal disease.