Veneers are a popular cosmetic dentistry option for improving the appearance of your teeth. They are thin shells of porcelain or composite resin that are custom-made to fit over the front surface of your teeth, masking imperfections and creating a beautiful, natural-looking smile. Read our blog post to learn about the factors that determine the average cost of a set of dental veneers.
Accidents happen, and a knocked-out tooth can be a distressing experience. Luckily, prompt action and proper care can make all the difference in saving a dislodged tooth. Read our blog post for some guidance on what to do if you experience a knocked-out tooth.
We understand that sometimes concerns about the cost of dental care often deter people from seeking the treatment they need. The good news is that affordable dental care options and flexible payment plans are available to ensure you can achieve optimal oral health without breaking the bank. Read our blog post to learn about the options you have.
Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last teeth to erupt in the back of the mouth. For some people, wisdom teeth do not cause any problems and can remain in the mouth without causing any harm. However, for others, these teeth can cause several dental issues. Read our blog post to see how wisdom teeth can impact orthodontic treatment.
While many people opt for veneers to improve the look of their teeth, there are actually a number of non-cosmetic reasons to get veneers. Check out our blog post to see how veneers can be a convenient option to solve a handful of dental issues.
It’s very common for patients to have a fear of the items we might use for dental treatments like needles during oral surgery. If you experience dental anxiety, check out our blog post to learn about our dental sedation options.
There are many different dental trends surfacing on TikTok, Instagram, and other social media platforms that are not always healthy for you. Read our blog post where we take a look at dental trends you should steer clear of.
Dental crowns are tooth-colored caps we use for a few reasons. They strengthen teeth after root canals, protect damaged teeth, and go on top of dental implants. Crowns are very strong, but they don’t last forever. Read our blog post to find out how to know when a crown needs to be replaced.