What Are The Treatments For Gummy Smiles?

When most people smile, you see a row of teeth that look beautiful and full. Unfortunately, this is definitely not the case for some and they have what is known as a gummy smile. Gummy smiles are when you smile and there are only a small row of teeth and mainly gums. There are two causes for gummy smiles and they both can be treated using different dental procedures. One of the first steps for you to take would be to visit the dentist and get a diagnosis and best treatment option that happens to be available to you.

Visiting the dentist is going to help you figure out what is the best treatment option for you. Your dental professional will be able to take x-rays and figure out what needs to be done if you are looking for a fuller and more pronounced smile. Believe it or not, many people have the problem of a gummy smile and many of them are taking care of it using a variety of different procedures. Continue reading

Picking The Perfect Cosmetic Dentist

There are actually quite a few different things that you are going to want to look into when you are trying to find a cosmetic dentist. After all, this is someone that you are going to be paying a lot of money to and which you are going to be trusting in to make you look your best. A cosmetic dentist is someone that you want to make sure is qualified and also who you are going to feel comfortable with.

There are a few different steps that you are going to want to take then, to make sure that you are going to find the best cosmetic dentist, one that you can really trust in and who is going to do the best work. Continue reading

Tips On How To Avoid Teeth Grinding

We all know the basics of taking care of our teeth is combined with brushing and flossing, avoiding hard foods, and staying away from lots of acid to keep tooth enamel strong. One of the biggest issues many of us have that we do not even notice is grinding. Teeth grinding can ruin your teeth, and lots of people do it in their sleep without knowing!

Bruxism

is another common name for teeth grinding. Besides becoming extremely painful, if left untreated for too long it can lead to more serious issues. A few signs that can diagnose Bruxism include headaches, waking up with chips in your teeth, or jaw pain. There is no immediate known cause for Bruxism but things like anxiety and stress may increase your chances of suffering from this nighttime ailment. Continue reading

Fixing Smiles with Dental Operations

If you are dissatisfied with your smile for any reason, do not assume there is nothing that can be done to help.You can significantly enhance your look and confidence with cosmetic dental treatments. There are several cosmetic dental treatments out today that can rectify aged, damaged, or unsightly teeth, gums and other aspects of the mouth. Below are some specific cosmetic dental treatments for smile repair.

 

Teeth Whitening For A Brighter Smile

If you find that your teeth are no longer a beautiful shade of white, a teeth whitening procedure can help. Teeth whitening can brighten up a smile in no time. You no longer have to live with brown or yellow teeth. Instead, choose teeth whitening to brighten the shade of your teeth and enhance your smile. This cosmetic dental treatment can greatly boost confidence and help make people appear younger.

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Keeping Your Teeth Strong

Tooth enamel can demineralize over time, even though it is the hardest substance in the body. Demineralization weakens tooth enamel and can lead to cavities, tooth sensitivity, and chips in the teeth. To strengthen your teeth, simply follow these seven steps listed below.

Be Aware Of Your Diet
The bacteria that cause cavities feed off of the sugar and starch we eat everyday and produce enamel-eroding acid. The acid present in citrus fruits, soda, pickles, and tomatoes also weakens the enamel. It is best to try and limit your sugar intake to no more than thirteen grams per day. Limiting your sugar intake to this amount will significantly reduce your risk of oral health concerns. Remember that refined carbohydrates like pasta, chips, bread, and crackers convert to sugar. Continue reading

Maintaining that Beautiful Smile

Your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you and should brighten up a room. Want to keep your teeth looking their best? Below are six things you can do to keep your smile looking great for years to come!

Brush And Floss Your Teeth Daily

Brushing and flossing your teeth will keep your teeth free of plaque, your teeth clean, and will keep your breath smelling fabulous.

See Your Dentist Regularly

Seeing your dentist every six months will help with early prevention of cavities or tartar build-up.To ensure that those months do not fly by without a thought about your teeth, schedule your next appointment when you are checking out at your dentist. Continue reading

Get Into a Better Smile

Most of us think of cosmetic dental treatments as an extravagance to be put aside for some future time. Fortunately the truth is that investing in a better smile can have a positive impact on more than just your looks.

Improve Your Oral Health?

If you have minor dental issues that you consider to be cosmetic, like slight spaces between your teeth, discolored teeth or a mild overbite, these issues could even be signs of problems that are developing or have the potential to cause oral health problems in the future. Continue reading

Bad Bite Caused by Dental Problem

Most of us know what an overbite or underbite looks like, but there are other types of bad bites  that can be less obvious. A healthy bite is one where your top and bottom teeth come together in a very precise way. If the bite is off, even a little bit, it can cause problems with your teeth, chewing and the function of your jaws. Dental problems can arise if you have a bad or uneven bite.

Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth can stress you mouth and jaws. If your teeth do not come together in a balanced way, you may unconsciously move your jaws in a way that eases discomfort or pain. Over time, this can affect the muscles and soft tissues of your face and jaw, causing TMJ symptoms. Continue reading

List of Bad Habits that affects Dental Health

When you are going about your daily life, you probably are not thinking about the effect that bad habits have on the health of your teeth.If you are prone to any of these habits, let us know. We will schedule an evaluation to check the condition of your teeth and then discuss ways to break these bad habits or replace them with healthier ones. Below are a few bad habits that are harmful for your teeth.

Drinking Soda

We all know that soda is not great for our teeth. Soda is basically sugar water, regardless if it is diet soda or not. Soda is a highly acidic drink and this acid eats away at your enamel in the same way as the acids produced by bacteria. Instead of drinking soda, switch to water. To add some extra extra flavor, try infusing with fruit, cucumber or mint leaves.  Continue reading

Beauty of Cosmetic Dentistry

If you have years of wear and tear on your teeth, it can be difficult to look in the mirror and imagine to ever have a beautiful smile.If you want to strengthen the structure of your teeth, improve your oral health and look younger, then cosmetic dentistry is for you. We know what the power a beautiful smile can bring and we are here to help you look younger and feel more confident with our cosmetic dentistry procedures.

What Is Cosmetic Dentistry?

General dental work is usually focused on the best ways to improve daily functioning for speaking, and eating. Improvements with the appearance of your smile is what cosmetic dentistry focuses on. The outcome can be greater confidence in yourself, the ability and desire to smile more and higher self esteem. Continue reading

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