4 Benefits Of Invisible Braces

Posted on: 30 May 2018

Invisalign invisible braces are growing in popularity for their many benefits. With invisible braces, the dentist uses trays instead of metal to move your teeth. If you are unhappy with your smile, but you don't want a mouthful of metal, consider clear braces, but first, check out these four benefits of Invisalign braces. They Are Clear Traditional braces are made with metal wires and brackets. While you can choose tooth-colored or clear metal, people can still see the wire and brackets. [Read More]

Tips For Buying A Toothbrush For Your Child

Posted on: 2 May 2018

Kids need a good oral health routine from a young age. In addition to regular dental exams, teeth brushing is absolutely essential. But, it is important for kids to use the right toothbrush each day to help keep their teeth healthy and clean. As a parent, you may be confused by what type of toothbrush to purchase for your child-- in most drug stores there is a whole aisle of just toothbrushes! [Read More]

Discreet Orthodontic Options for Your Teen

Posted on: 2 April 2018

During the teen years, many youngsters feel self-conscious due to the physical changes that they are undergoing. Still, teenagers with misaligned teeth may need to wear an orthodontic appliance during this sensitive time in their development.  If your teen requires an orthodontic adjustment, you may be concerned about the effects of an appliance on their appearance and self-esteem. Nevertheless, there are orthodontic options available that have a minimal impact on a teen's appearance. [Read More]

Why People Whiten Their Teeth

Posted on: 6 March 2018

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments, and with good reason. Here are some of the reasons people whiten their teeth: To Look Younger There are many causes of teeth discoloration, and aging is one of them. As you age, the thickness of the outer layers of your teeth (the protective enamel) reduces due to the accumulative effect of years of natural wear and tear. Unfortunately, this lets the color of the dentin (the layer of the tooth under the) show through—and the dentin is yellow in color. [Read More]