Brighten Your Damaged Teeth With Dental Veneers

If you have front teeth that are permanently stained because of antibiotics or other medications you took when you were young, you're probably frustrated that teeth whitening products don't work for you. Unfortunately, over-the-counter products or even dentist treatments won't work on teeth that are discolored because they are damaged somehow. However, a cosmetic dentist has a few ways to help. One of those options is to have dental veneers applied. Read More 

2 Conditions That Your Child May Present Even With Great Oral Hygiene

There are many oral health conditions that can develop due to neglect, such as gum disease and dental decay, which often occur because of poor oral hygiene. However, some oral health issues develop because of the way that a person's mouth is shaped. Here are a few conditions that your youngster may have even if they have great oral hygiene. Tongue-Tie Some children are born with a condition called tongue-tie. The condition may improve over time, but for many youngsters, it requires a corrective procedure called a frenectomy. Read More 

2 Tips for Affording Invisalign As a Teenager

If you are a teenager, then you have most likely grown past the stage of getting traditional braces. Wearing braces over a certain age can make many individuals feel self-conscious about their smile. However, if you want to correct and straighten your smile, then doing so without traditional braces can be a challenge. Traditional braces do not blend well with natural teeth and are extremely noticeable. Fortunately, Invisalign allows you to get straighter teeth without being as noticeable. Read More 

2 Herbal Teas To Soothe Your Teen’s Gums After A Same Day Implant Installation

Dental implants are often used to replace missing teeth because they are seen as more durable and because they mirror the look of natural teeth a lot better than other options. The process for installing traditional implants can be too long for some people. When this happens, same-day implants are often recommended. If your teen needs dental implants, then these implants will help to restore their smile without the long wait. Read More 

Got A Child With ADHD? Four Approaches To Help In The Pediatric Dentist’s Office

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, has its challenges. Certainly not the least of these challenges is just getting your child to sit in the pediatric dentist's chair for an exam. No doubt he or she wants to see everything, explore everything, run around the chair, and press every button. The following approaches can help you get your child to just sit in the chair for a few minutes at a time, and then the dentist and the hygienist can work through the appointment. Read More