We use cosmetic dentistry to help improve the shape and shade of the teeth, addressing common problems with the appearance of your smile. Doing so can help you feel more confident and in some cases, even improve the health of your smile and help avoid common oral health concerns. What cosmetic procedures do we offer? Which ones will help your smile?
When a tooth becomes chipped, or if you develop permanent discoloration that doesn’t respond to traditional teeth whitening techniques, what should you do? We actually have two different cosmetic procedures that can help. Should you try bonding or veneers to improve the beauty of your smile?
We understand that the beauty of your smile is important. Your smile’s appearance can impact your levels of self-confidence and help you make a positive first impression. If you have issues with the color of your teeth, then you may benefit from cosmetic treatments, such as teeth whitening. Do you have questions about teeth whitening?
While tooth decay does impact millions of people, from young children to seniors, you can take steps to protect your smile from the onset of cavities. There are a number of ways to prevent tooth decay, from changes to our diet to practicing better oral hygiene at home.
What do you do when you chip a tooth? What if you have problems with the shape of your tooth? You may assume you require a dental crown or veneer in these scenarios. However, in some cases we can use cosmetic treatments to reshape or repair a tooth. How do bonding and contouring work? Who qualifies for these cost-effective cosmetic procedures?
Obstructive sleep apnea – a condition marked by loud snoring and repeated cessation of breathing while you sleep – can be treated in several different ways. The most common treatments are with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine and a custom-designed oral appliance from a dental health specialist. While each treatment offers a number of advantages for different patients, your dentist may recommend combining CPAP and an oral appliance for optimal results. (more…)
Have you lost one or more teeth? A missing tooth can lead to a number of complications, ranging from misalignment to loss of jawbone density. In order to enjoy a whole smile and avoid serious complications you need a dental prosthetic. Do you need an implant bridge? How does placement work?
People often seek cosmetic dentistry for issues with the appearance of their smiles. While most cosmetic treatments are designed to address a single issue, some procedures can be used to correct a number of esthetic concerns. We can use veneers to completely change the appearance of the teeth. How do veneers transform smiles? Who benefits from this cosmetic treatment?
Have you chipped your tooth? Whether the result of an unfortunate sports accident or from biting down on a popcorn kernel, our teeth can sometimes become chipped or broken. How do you repair a chipped tooth? We can use cosmetic and restorative procedures to fix a chipped tooth and return it to optimal health and function.
Do you frequently suffer from unexplained headaches? You may be surprised to learn your migraines could be linked to a jaw joint disorder. Over ten million people in the United States suffer from TMJ disorder, also known as TMD. How do you stop TMD-related headaches? What causes TMJ dysfunction?