Month: April 2018

Frequently Asked Questions: ClearCorrect®

If you have a smile with crooked, crowded, or overlapping teeth, it may make you feel uneasy about your appearance and insecure about smiling or talking. Perhaps you have put off straightening your smile because you worry about the way your traditional metal braces will look during treatment. However, a crooked smile is not just… Read more »

How Can I Address The Gap In My Smile?

You may like the gap between your front teeth because it makes your smile feel unique. A gap, also known as diastema, often appears between the two front teeth, but extra spacing can occur between any two teeth in your smile. Wide spacing between teeth can be caused by a variety of different issues. Depending… Read more »

Going Beyond Whitening Your Smile

Whitening your smile can be one of the fastest, most effective ways to make a huge difference in your appearance. Dealing with dull, yellow teeth can take years off your appearance. In many situations for many people, a whitening treatment can be a perfect solution. However, there are a lot of people and a lot… Read more »

Updating Your Smile For A Spring Wedding

With the sunshine out and the flowers in full bloom, it can feel like there is a wedding every other weekend. Whether you have your own or someone else’s wedding coming up, you probably want to look your best when you attend it. Cosmetic dentistry can be a great way to update your smile for a spring… Read more »

Why Do I Grind My Teeth So Often?

Bruxism, or constant teeth-grinding, is one of the most potentially destructive habits. Patients may find their teeth sore and sensitive only to realize that they’re grinding them together without realizing it. Or, you may never realize that you grind your teeth more than usual because it happens most persistently while you sleep at night. In… Read more »

3 Times To Choose Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a great choice when you wish for an effective but minimally invasive method of improving your smile. Cosmetic dental bonding is one of the most commonly recommended cosmetic procedures for addressing minor issues affecting the smile. Bonding a tooth is the process of applying a tooth-colored composite resin, which is the same… Read more »

Regular Dental Visits Protect Your Smile

The American Dental Association recommends that you visit your dentist once every 6 months for an exam and a cleaning. If you are one of those people who allows years to go by between dental visits, you may not understand the reason for routine visits. Avoiding dental visits could be putting yourself at risk of… Read more »