4 Reasons Why Cosmetic Dentistry Is Worth It

Posted on: 27 November 2017

Do you find yourself struggling to hide a smile? Or are you self-conscious about your looks? The reasons why people consider cosmetic dentistry are many, and they do not just stop at granting you a healthier smile. Take a look at some of them. 1. Your self-esteem and confidence will be raised Most often, people are their own worst critics, and when people feel good about themselves, it impacts in their overall happiness.
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Invisalign and Pain: Does It Have to Hurt to Work?

Posted on: 1 November 2017

Invisalign is a great way to move teeth into the desired position without the discomfort and pain that often accompanies traditional braces. Although it is normal to experience at least a little discomfort while wearing Invisalign aligners, don't take a lack of pain or discomfort as a sign that your treatment isn't working. Because of the way Invisalign is designed to work, you may feel little to no pain. This is due to a number of things.
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Why Cosmetic Dentists Are the Secret Ingredient for Looking Great

Posted on: 18 September 2017

Smiling makes you seem more attractive, confident and approachable. If, for any reason, you're feeling too self-conscious to smile, you may want to visit a cosmetic dentist. Cosmetic dentistry is an area of the oral health world that boosts your appearance. Knowing just which treatment your dentist can use to improve your appearance is the first step in enhancing the way you look. Whiter teeth could make you more attractive
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Strong but Stained: What to Do When Your Dental Implants Are Stained by Smoking

Posted on: 18 September 2017

The downside to dental implants when it comes to smoking is that, eventually, your smoking habit will lead to staining. Porcelain restorations such as the crown attached to your dental implant are extremely stain resistant. However, they do pick up surface stains, two of the worst staining culprits being cigarettes and coffee. This leads to two common dental issues. On the one hand, smoking stains affect your natural teeth and this causes them to become darker than your dental implant.
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