Adjusting to Dentures

Options For Fixing A Cracked Tooth

Whether injured while playing sports or damaged while eating a certain food or using your teeth as a tool to open a package or bottle, a small crack in your tooth can lead to big problems. This crack may seem to affect the look of your tooth only, but over time, even the smallest crack can spread, breaking your tooth while allowing food and bacteria to seep in. If you recently cracked your tooth, help is available. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Choosing Plastic Aligners Instead Of Traditional Braces

Many people have crooked teeth, and while traditional braces are still common, Invisalign braces are becoming more popular, especially among older patients who don't want metal braces. If your dentist has suggested braces, but traditional braces don't appeal to you, check out these three benefits of plastic Invisalign aligners. They Are Comfortable and Invisible Metal braces are difficult to hide from yourself and everyone else. The wires and brackets aren't comfortable and may jab your cheek or gums. Read More 

How To Take Your “Killer Clown” Smile To Just “Killer” Smile

Not everyone is born with the perfect smile. In fact, if you were to look at old photos of famous people smiling, you might be very surprised to find that many of them had crooked teeth and weird smiles. If you hate smiling because you think your smile would frighten people or break camera lenses, there is a remedy for that. It is called the "smile makeover services package," and most cosmetic dentists offer this package of services. Read More 

What To Know About Dental Crowns

Strong and healthy teeth are something that most people strive for. Good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist can help ensure that your teeth stay as healthy as possible. However, even with proper care, damage is still a possibility. Whether it's due to decay or injury, sometimes a regular dental filling is not enough to fix a problem tooth -- this is where dental crowns come in. Dental crowns are used to covered damaged teeth in order to restore their appearance and strength. Read More 

Are Bad Teeth Really Hereditary?

If you have really bad teeth that constantly have problems, you might be wondering if you inherited this problem. If you have bad teeth and want to know if this is a problem you inherited, continue reading. Scientists believe that bad teeth are inherited, but only to some extent, and here are some details about this that you should know. Science explains bad teeth as a combination of two things Read More