Key Terms You Will Want To Know As A Cosmetic Dentistry Patient

It is no big secret that in the modern world of dentistry, if you want a new smile you can get it. Between dental implants, crowns, and porcelain veneers, there are many different routes of treatment you can take to get there. When you visit a cosmetic dentistry professional for the first time, you will realize that there are a lot of differences between this visit and any other visit to a traditional dentist. [Read More]

A Veneer Could Be The Best Treatment For Your Discolored Tooth

When your tooth is discolored due to an injury such as a fall, traditional whitening treatments won't help. Fortunately, there are other options to try. For instance, getting a porcelain veneer could be the best way to restore your tooth to a whiter color that matches your other teeth. Here's what you need to know. A Veneer Covers Your Tooth A veneer works well because it covers your original tooth, so the discoloration is hidden from view. [Read More]

Three Specialists To See For A Spectacular Selfie

Do you hate selfies because you don't like your smile? If so, here are three kinds of specialists that can improve your smile so much you'll be posting your selfie everywhere on the Internet. Orthodontist If your crooked teeth keep you from smiling, you might want to see how an orthodontist can help you. If you are reluctant to see an orthodontist because all you can think about is the horrors of getting silver wiring glued to your teeth, you'll be happy to know there are many options available to help you get straighter teeth. [Read More]

People With Special Needs Require Special Dentists

People with special needs like physical or cognitive disabilities often have problems getting their dental needs met. That's because not all dentists are equipped to handle children or adults who have those special needs. For example, a person who uses a wheelchair may have a hard time getting into a dental chair, especially if they have severe impairments. A person who has a spinal cord injury that caused quadriplegia may depend on their wheelchair to support their body as well as a mobility device. [Read More]