Dental bonding, or composite bonding, is a quick and convenient treatment that is used to change the cosmetic appearance of your smile. The dentist uses a material called resin composite that matches the color of your teeth, in order to fill in gaps, repair chips, and otherwise alter and augment your smile in a procedure… Read More

Your dentist has many options for correcting a damaged or imperfect tooth, but they’re not always interchangeable. Bonding and filling are two methods that are considered direct restoration because the treatment is done in the dentist’s chair and often in a single visit.  The dentist fabricates either the filling or the bonding material right there… Read More

Veneers may not last for life, but they are a lifelong decision in most cases. These dental devices attach to the exterior of your more visible teeth to create the appearance of a straighter, whiter, and better aligned smile.  Veneers are great for covering stubborn stains and hiding minor alignment issues that don’t need the… Read More

Improving or restoring your chewing ability, renewing your smile, and supporting your facial structure are just a few of the benefits of dentures.  If you have some or total tooth loss, full or partial dentures can be the vehicle for putting artificial teeth in place in your mouth. If you’re interested in dentures, we will… Read More

Having a tooth fall out is usually as concerning as it is unexpected. Nevertheless, it can happen due to periodontitis (gum disease), tooth decay or cavities, or trauma in what’s known as tooth avulsion.  Baby teeth cannot be reinserted and saved, but permanent teeth often can if you act quickly.  Here’s what to do when… Read More

Dental implants are a marvel of modern medicine, offering patients a potentially lifelong solution to the problem of missing teeth that functions as well as it looks.  Nevertheless, if you’re going to imbed something in your jaw, it’s perfectly reasonable to ask what its makeup is. Below we’re taking a somewhat deep dive into the… Read More

Teeth whitening is the most requested cosmetic procedure in the United States, and when done properly, it’s safe and effective.  However, it’s important to properly care for your whitened teeth once the procedure is complete. This helps minimize sensitivity, prevents damage, and keeps your teeth white.  Let’s take a look at how to properly care… Read More

When you get a cavity, a filling is the best way to seal the gap after the damaged enamel and dentin are removed.  While these fillings may last a long time, they can’t last forever.  The material used for the procedure largely determines how long a particular filling will last. However, your own eating habits,… Read More