Dental Contouring: A Quick, Noninvasive Option That Corrects These Cosmetic Dental Issues

If a small issue in your smile makes you self-conscious, consider dental contouring. It's a noninvasive cosmetic dentistry procedure that removes small amounts of enamel from your teeth in order to give them the perfect shape. A cosmetic dentist uses a small diamond bur to carefully grind away very small (usually less than a millimeter in depth) portions of enamel from your tooth to make it more even. This procedure is painless because the pulp of your tooth is never touched and your enamel does not feel pain. Read More 

The Three Ways Veneers Are The Best Multipurpose Smile Correcting Tool

Achieving the most perfect smile that you're capable of can be time-consuming, difficult, expensive, and even painful. If your teeth have a lot of problems, you could be looking at years of straightening, reshaping, and whitening to get the look you want. If you don't want to spend all that time, you'll be glad to know that there's an alternative that can do it all in just a couple visits to your dentist's office. Read More 

3 Dental Problems That Will Cause You To Have Bone Loss In Your Mouth

If you take care of your teeth properly, such as brushing and flossing twice per day, this reduces your chances of having teeth problems. If you do not take care of your teeth, however, you may have bone loss in your mouth due to different dental problems. Below are three of these problems so you can try to prevent them from happening to you. Tooth Loss If you lose a tooth, you need to get it repaired as soon as possible. Read More 

Things To Know About Dental Health And What You Drink

While you may put a lot of time and effort into caring for your teeth on a daily basis, you may be missing out on some important information that may end up defeating your best efforts at avoiding certain dental problems. While it is true that eating certain foods can increase the chances of issues like cavities or staining, it's also true that drinks can harm your teeth and cause a number of different issues, even more so than foods in some cases. Read More 

3 Benefits Of A Full Mouth Restoration Vs. Full Dentures

If you have major dental problems all throughout your mouth, you might have always thought that full dentures were your best -- if not your only -- option. Of course, if you have a lot of dental issues, having your teeth pulled and opting for full dentures can be a much better option than not doing anything at all. However, if you work with the right dentist, opting for a full mouth reconstruction that includes implants can be the best choice. Read More