There are several teeth whitening options available: whitening toothpaste, at home whitening strips and gels, tray bleaching systems and more.  But an in-office teeth whitening procedure at the dentist is effective, long-lasting and very safe. Let’s take a look at the in-office teeth whitening procedure – before, during, and after – and dispel some common… Read More

Millions of Americans suffer from tooth loss – at least 1 in 6 adults over the age of 65 have lost all their teeth. Dental implants can be a welcome solution to tooth replacement. If you are exploring the transformative potential of dental implants, it’s crucial to understand what makes someone an ideal option for… Read More

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

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

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

Veneers are a cosmetic dental solution that improve the appearance of your teeth. They are most often used in smile makeovers where the individual has stained or discolored teeth that are not responding to professional whitening treatments. Veneers can be used to help improve the spacing between the teeth by eliminating gaps, and they can… Read More

Dental bonding is a procedure that can repair and enhance your smile. Common applications are to fix chips, cracks, and other imperfections with your teeth.  Is teeth bonding right for you? We discuss who are – and who may not be – good candidates for bonding. What is Dental Bonding? Dental bonding uses a composite… Read More

Dental bonding offers an affordable, durable, and attractive solution to many common dental problems, including tooth cracks, gaps, misalignment, and cavities. Dentists may recommend dental bonding because it’s affordable, often only takes one office visit, is commonly covered by dental insurance, and produces stunning results. Practitioners might also give their patients a choice between dental… Read More

Veneers are an easy way to get a dazzling smile and cover up worn enamel and discolored or uneven teeth. Perhaps best of all, they can achieve these wonderful results with little-to-no removal of tooth structure necessary–the dentist simply bonds the thin porcelain shells to the surface of your teeth.  But not everyone is a… Read More

Direct composite veneers–more commonly known as tooth bonding–is a simple but effective procedure for repairing a tooth by applying a composite resin that “bonds” to the tooth while covering up the cosmetic damage. It’s a quick, pain-free technique that requires little prep and usually no anesthesia and can be completed in a single visit.   Here’s… Read More