Our grins endure a significant amount of wear over the years as nearly every factor you can think of poses a threat to our overall oral health. Indeed, from misalignment to infection and even physical injury, our smiles have a lot going against them. Fortunately, restorative dentistry creates a sort of safety net in the… Read more »
It’s no surprise that our smiles endure a significant amount of wear over the years given the number of factors that pose a threat to our health. What’s more, these threats can take on a variety of forms, meaning that our preventive dental care must be consistent and involved to keep up. Sometimes, however, the… Read more »
In last week’s blog, we discussed the many ways that porcelain veneers can cosmetically benefit an individual’s smile, even with a variety of different blemishes. Because we have entered the month of April, also known as oral cancer awareness month, we wanted to switch directions and talk about the dangers behind the concern and the… Read more »
It goes without saying that having a beautiful grin is a common goal many adults share, as it is often the first physical attribute one notices about a person. Unfortunately, achieving this goal is not always easy when chips or cracks get in the way. What’s more, having a smile that is riddled with blemishes… Read more »
For many people, a seamless smile plays a significant role in their level of confidence, as it is usually the first asset one notices about a person. What’s more, experiencing a chip after making it a priority to take great care of your oral health and prevent any cavities, blemishes, or other concerns can be… Read more »
It’s always worth taking basic precautions that can prevent you from becoming sick. The same is true of your oral health. By taking basic steps on a daily or regular basis, you can prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Preventing these problems will not only spare you discomfort, but it will also spare you the… Read more »
When was the last time you made an appointment to have your teeth cleaned? Often, we find that people are willing to put off these preventive visits because they assume brushing and flossing are enough. However, there are a number of very good reason to have your teeth cleaned every six months!
Your gums comprise the soft tissue that surrounds and seal the lower parts of your teeth from food debris, bacterial plaque, infection, and decay. Like a gasket in a motor, this seal can lose its grip for a number of reasons, including normal wear and tear. While gum recession can occur naturally, it still spells… Read more »
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