Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow: Saying Goodbye To Your Favorite Dentist

You and your dentist have been through a lot together. There may have been pain, joy, and vulnerable moments over the years, and he or she may have even seen you drunk (on nitrous oxide). A good dentist is worth his or her weight in gold, but sometimes life happens. If you are faced with moving to a new area, the thought of leaving your trusted oral care practitioner can leave you less than thrilled. Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose A Primary Dentist

Many people wonder if they need to choose a dentist who is their primary care provider. Although you can get good deals by jumping around to dentists, it is not the best thing for your teeth. Instead, you should try and stay with one dentist for a longer period of time if possible. Here are a couple reasons why. 1. Your Dentist Will Get To Know Your Teeth Each person's teeth are totally different. Read More 

Answering Two Basic But Important Questions About Braces

When it comes to ensuring that your smile is as beautiful as it can possibly be, there are numerous treatments available that are designed to correct almost any cosmetic problem you may encounter. In particular, orthodontic treatments have become increasingly popular, but there are many patients that do not have a basic understanding of these treatments, and this may make it difficult for you to make a sound decision for your needs. Read More 

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are a common recommendation for people with chipped, discolored, or misaligned teeth. The veneers bond to the teeth and can help correct imperfections. If you are considering veneers, here are the pros and cons for you to consider.  Advantages Dental veneers are available in a wide range of shades. This means that your dentist will be able to find the right shade to match your other teeth, which will mask the fact that you have had dental work done. Read More 

3 Tips For Whitening Sensitive Teeth At Home

If the thought of whitening your teeth makes you cringe, you are not alone.  According to the ADA, 40 million people in the U.S. have sensitive teeth and gums.  Follow these tips to achieve a lighter and whiter smile with minimal discomfort. Buy The Right Products Don't just buy the strongest teeth whitener on the market.  Use products especially made for sensitive teeth that will be gentler on your teeth and gums. Read More