So you know you want to whiten your teeth and now you’re just trying to decide how exactly to go about it. Read our blog post for a look at professional teeth whitening compared to store-bought products or DIY remedies.
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Dental sedation has revolutionized dentistry by helping many people who would have been otherwise unable get the care they need. Check out our blog post to learn if sedation dentistry is safe for kids.
Want to know the secret behind many of those picture-perfect smiles in Hollywood? It’s veneers! This popular cosmetic dental treatment has the power to transform the color, shape, and spacing of teeth. Read our blog post to learn more about dental veneers.
Like many dental issues, you might not be able to properly diagnose whether or not you need a root canal, but there are some signs you can check for that may signal it’s time to see a dentist. Check out our blog post for a look at a few of those common symptoms.
If you’re considering getting dental implants to replace a missing tooth, you probably want to know what to expect in the days and weeks after your surgery. Read our blog post for a look at the dental implant recovery timeline.
If you’ve been reluctant to visit the dentist because of a lack of dental insurance, you’re not alone! Check out our blog post where we show you how to afford dental care even if you don't have dental insurance.
As children grow up, they go through so many developmental milestones it can be easy to overlook the important moments in their dental health. Read our blog post for a look at the dental milestones your child should reach.
Bruxism, or chronic teeth grinding, is a fairly common problem that affects many patients. Read our blog post to learn how to protect your teething from grinding at night.
Cavities are not an unusual occurrence for kids. While baby teeth fall out, decay is still a problem and can affect a child’s oral health for years to come. Read our blog post to learn how parents can help their children prevent cavities.
Brushing your teeth cleans and polishes the surfaces of your teeth, but it’s important to get between your teeth, too. Flossing reaches areas your brush can’t reach and protects your gum health. Check out our blog post for a look at the main benefits of flossing.