The Top Three Reasons Why Your Dentures May Need To Be Repaired

Denture wearers need to be aware that their dentures can be damaged and may need to be repaired. Sometimes the damage is simply caused by use and wear. As the denture ages, it may get worn down, making it feel uncomfortable. Having the denture repaired can help extend its life and make you comfortable while wearing it. But other times, the actions, or lack thereof, that you take, can cause the dentures to need to be repaired. Read More 

The Affects of GERD, Acid Reflux & Builimia on Your Teeth & How Your Dentist Spots It

There are dozens of things that can affect your teeth. Perhaps only a few are as damaging as sugar, and as destructive to your tooth health as a punch in the face. Sadly, if you have any of the following health conditions, your dentist can tell that there is something going on. He or she is likely to notice it quickly, ask you some questions, and then note it in your health charts for another time. Read More 

Should You Choose A Dental Implant Or Dental Bridge?

If you have missing teeth, don't assume dentures are your only option. There are many ways to replace missing teeth, including dental implants and dental bridges, which are far superior to dentures. If you aren't sure which option is right for you, check out these four factors to consider. Price A dental bridge is a much more affordable procedure because the dentist doesn't need to do much to place the bridge. Read More 

Looking To Improve Your Smile? Ideas For You

When you look in the mirror every day as you are getting ready for work and heading out into the world, there may be things you see that you love and others that you might not be as thrilled about. Virtually everybody feels this way when they see their reflection in the mirror. If one of the aspects of your appearance you would like to improve is your smile, there are many ways you can go about doing just that. Read More 

A Few Things To Know About Getting Veneers To Whiten Your Front Teeth

If you have stained teeth that don't improve with whitening products, then you may want to talk to a cosmetic dentist about getting veneers. A veneer covers your natural teeth with a thin layer of porcelain or resin so the stains are completely covered and you have a white smile. Veneers are an excellent way to have the white teeth you've always wanted. Here are a few things you might like to know. Read More