Dental veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure that can enhance the appearance of your teeth and transform your smile. Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that cover the front surface of your teeth to improve their color, shape, size, or length. They are typically made of porcelain or composite resin and can last for many [...]
Dental veneers are custom-made shells that cover the front surface of teeth. These can improve your appearance as they are properly bonded with the front teeth’s size, length, color, and shape. They are often made from resin composite materials or porcelain. Both have their own advantages but, porcelain veneers tend to resist stains better and [...]
Cosmetic Dentistry. It brings to mind the photos of your favorite movie star with their $1 Million smile that probably cost that much to get. What is often times missing from the doctor-patient discussion regarding cosmetic dental procedures is the health benefits of having these procedures done. You might be wondering, “How can cosmetic dentistry benefit my health?” It’s a great question, one that many dental professionals do not regularly communicate to their patients. Cosmetic procedures include teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, dental implants, and Invisalign© Invisible Braces, just to name a few. All of these procedures have benefits that can affect your oral health and total wellness.
It seems that everyone you talk to these days has been affected by tough economic conditions. Do you know anyone who isn’t trying to save money by cutting back on discretionary purchases that they may have taken for granted just a few months ago? However, there are some things that should always remain on the “must have” list unless your financial situation is critical. One such example is oral healthcare for you and your family. To be completely frank, your Oral Healthcare Can’t Wait! Unfortunately, many people still believe that the only time they really need to see a dentist is when they feel pain. Ouch! That hurts us because, as caring dental professionals, we’re primarily focused on disease and pain prevention when our patients allow us to do so.