The Benefits Of Proper Care For Baby Teeth

Children start losing their baby teeth around the age of six and continue doing so for the next few years of their life. By the time your child is 12 years old, they will probably have all of their adult teeth already. Since baby teeth are temporary, it's easy to think that caring for them is less important than caring for adult teeth. However, proper dental care is important for children of all ages. Read More 

What To Expect When You Get Dental Veneers

Few people are born with a perfectly straight, white smile, but that doesn't mean that you can't have one. If you want to correct major smile issues, such as crooked, chipped, or discolored teeth, you may want to consult a cosmetic dentist to inquire about dental veneers. With dental veneers, a cosmetic dentist can create the smile that you have always dreamed of, and you are sure to be thrilled with the results if you see a reputable cosmetic dentist. Read More 

4 Tips To Make Your Invisalign Treatment As Effective As Possible

If you want a solution to an overbite, underbite, or crooked teeth, your orthodontist can help you. Invisalign is a clear, noninvasive orthodontic treatment that will gradually move your teeth into an optimal position. Unlike traditional braces, clear aligners are removable and transparent, so it won't get in the way of your daily activities. Most people probably won't even realize you're wearing them. Here are four things you should do to make your Invisalign treatment as effective as possible: Read More 

Dealing With Some Painful Invisalign Situations

Clear aligners are ideal for individuals who are looking to straighten their teeth. And, many people say that the aligners are quite painless. However, you may experience some painful situations. Keep reading to learn about a few and how you can deal with them. Sensitive And Sore Teeth Your teeth may be a bit sensitive and sore when you start using the aligners. This is normal, but it is not typical to feel a great deal of sensitivity coming from one or two teeth when your teeth are shifted around. Read More 

3 Reasons You Should Get Veneers

Dental health is important, but the way your teeth look matters too. When your teeth look good, you have more confidence and you're more willing to smile. Studies show that people who smile more are actually happier, according to Scientific American. If you have problems with your teeth that make you self-conscious and afraid to smile, veneers could be the solution. Veneers are pieces of porcelain custom-fitted and affixed to your teeth. Read More