As a parent, you’ve probably heard of dental crowns or maybe even got the treatment as an adult. You may be wondering if it might be an overwhelming procedure for your young child. Read our blog post to see how pediatric dental crowns differ from regular, adult ones.
Have you or your teen put off straightening your teeth because you don’t want to wear noticeable metal braces? With Invisalign®, you can discreetly straighten your teeth and achieve your dream smile! Read our blog post to find out if you are a good candidate for Invisalign.
Having different dental practices for each individual in the family can easily take a toll on your schedule or planning. If this has crossed your mind, it’s time to switch to a family dentist. Read our blog post for three great reasons why!
Waiting too long to address a dental issue can have consequences, including the need for a dental extraction. Read our blog post for a look at three signs you may need a dental extraction.
When you’re missing teeth, dentures are a great tooth replacement! They restore your smile, chewing function, and confidence. Like your natural teeth, dentures need to be properly cleaned and cared for. Read our blog post to find out how to clean and care for your dentures.
Orthodontic treatment is common among young patients and teens. We offer two different kinds of orthodontic treatments: traditional metal braces and Invisalign® Clear Aligner therapy. Read our blog post to help decide which treatment is best for your child.
Routine dental visits are more than about clean teeth for a bright smile. They’re also about the health and function of your overall oral health. Read our blog post to see why Including oral cancer screenings as part of your consistent and preventive care routine can help you maintain a healthy, beautiful smile.
Summer is in full swing! There’s something about being on a break that makes adults and children alike want to dig into all the sweet treats. Check out our blog post for some dental-friendly summer treat options that kids will love, and dentists approve.
It’s hard for eyes to deny a bright smile. A bright white smile can appear youthful, healthy, and inviting. Check out our blog post to find out which teeth whitening treatment is right for you!
Whether it’s a dental visit for a dental crown or oral surgery, it’s common for patients of all ages to get a little nervous when sitting in the dental chair. If you experience nerves during dental visits, have you given dental sedation a try? Read our blog post to learn how dental sedation can help with the anxiety of facing dental procedures.