Dental bonding (also known as tooth bonding or composite bonding) is a cosmetic procedure that uses composite resin material. It addresses imperfections like cracks or chips, discoloration, misshapen teeth, and tooth gaps. Read our blog post to learn about bonding and find out if it will damage your teeth.
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Many adults experience tooth loss. Luckily, there are great replacement options. Dental implants are popular because they look, feel, and function like natural teeth! They also preserve your jawbone density. Read our blog post to find out how long dental implants are expected to last.
Are you trying to keep your teeth bright and white? There are many factors that can contribute to tooth staining, such as aging, medications, and the most common, foods. Check out our blog post to learn more about which foods can stain your teeth and how you can still enjoy these certain foods and drinks without them affecting the color of your teeth!
Just like any item you use daily; it will be subject to natural wear and tear. You use your toothbrush at least twice a day, every day, so you will need to replace it! Check out our blog post for what you need to know about how often to replace your toothbrush, and which style of toothbrush best suits you!
For great oral health, it’s important to brush and floss every day. Maintaining the habit may be challenging, but poor oral hygiene can have serious consequences. Read our blog post for a look at four reasons why daily brushing and flossing are so important.
Brushing your teeth twice daily is essential for great oral health. You may think any old toothbrush will work, but you want to choose one that’s right for you. Read our blog post for a look at the top factors to consider when choosing a toothbrush.
Dentists recommend brushing your teeth every day, but did you know you can brush too much? You can also brush too hard and damage your tooth enamel! Check out our blog post for what you need to know about overbrushing.
Sweet treats and drinks sometimes satisfy cravings or hunger like no other. However, sugary drinks can place your oral health at risk when consistently consumed. Check out our blog post to see how sugary drinks can cause damage to your smile.
If you’ve ever experienced tooth sensitivity, you know that the discomfort and inconvenience are a damper when enjoying regular activities. Getting to the root of the sensitivity can help you take care of the unpleasant sensation sooner. Read our blog post to learn about tooth sensitivity!
When you go to the store to purchase a toothbrush, you’re likely to be presented with an array of options, including electric toothbrushes. Read our blog post to find out if electric toothbrushes are better than manual toothbrushes.