High and low altitudes can affect more than just your ears. In fact, it can affect your teeth as well. If you have loose or damaged dental restorations in your mouth or if you are a victim of tooth decay, then the air pockets in your teeth can expand or contract with the change in
Invisalign® is a successful orthodontic treatment that gently moves your teeth into their ideal positions, giving you the smile of your dreams. This treatment is a little different than the treatment involved with braces. It has its own way of helping you achieve the appearance you’ve always wanted. It involves the following steps:
Missing a tooth in any part of your mouth can seriously impair your ability to chew food. As time passes, additional complications are likely to arise. The surrounding teeth might start to twist and drift toward the void. This can result in alignment problems and chips in the corresponding teeth in your bite.
Many of our patients want the beautiful, straight teeth that braces can bring them, but don’t want the distracting appearance of metal braces. For these patients, we may indeed have the perfect solution.
Invisalign® invisible aligners are orthodontic straighteners that are virtually unnoticeable. They are thermoformed plastic trays that slowly bring your teeth into alignment
When it’s time for your regular dental visit, do you start to get a feeling of intense anxiety about it? It’s something thousands of people around the world deal with, so it’s nothing to be ashamed of. [practice_name] offers sedation dentistry to assist our patients with their anxiety.
What is Dental Sedation?
Sedation dentistry is using medication
If you would like to improve the beauty of your smile, consider veneers in [city], [state]. Dental veneers are thin shells that are custom made of tooth-colored materials. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth to improve their appearance.
What issues to dental veneers fix?
Dr. [doctor_name] may recommend veneers to repair:
- Discolored teeth
Do you have overlapping teeth or crooked teeth? Similarly, do you have one or more cracked teeth? If you do—and even if you don’t—you probably understand that these types of imperfections can be embarrassing. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to address the flaws in your smile. Contouring, which is also known as