Your Smile: Making an impact on your life!
So, with that, how does your dental and oral health impact your ability and willingness to smile, and how is your smile perceived by others?
We have all been in a situation where we are speaking with someone and their breath is bad, so we want to stop talking to them. Or they have “messed up” teeth and it distracts us from what they’re saying because we are staring at their teeth.
With the development of general and cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics, our options are wide as to how we can fix our smile to better represent who we are. The following information is from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Most teeth can be whitened (some call it bleaching) and there are a number of ways to whiten teeth. Learn More.
Dentists no longer need to rely on unsightly metals to replace tooth structure lost to decay, but use high density, state-of-the-art plastic (composite resins) and porcelain materials instead. Learn More.
While dentures have been considered a tried and true method for tooth replacement for years, they come with their own set of issues. Learn More.
Dental implants replace the roots of lost teeth. Learn More.
Orthodontics is more commonly referred to as “braces,” but this simple term can be misleading, as the science of orthodontics is actually quite precise. Learn More.
Bonding is a process where the dentist attaches or “bonds” materials directly to the tooth. Learn More.
Porcelain Veneers, Crowns & Bridges
Periodontal Plastic Surgery
Periodontal plastic surgery is often used to correct irregularities in the gums. Learn More.
Be proud of your smile, be proud of who you are.