Friday Night Toothache - What do You do Now?

Adult Braces: What Are Your Options?

Braces aren't just for kids. Adults are getting these orthodontic devices in record numbers. Between the years 2012 and 2014, the number of people over the age of 18 seeking orthodontic treatment rose by 16 percent, according to research by the AAO. That's 1,460,000 patients. If you're soon to be one of the growing number of adults getting orthodonture, check out what your options are when it comes to straightening your smile. Read More 

Achieving A Nicer Smile In Photos

Taking photos is a great way to create memories that can last for many years to come. However, they can be stressful when you have teeth that are not in a good condition. If you want to enjoy taking photos more often, all you have to do is improve the look of your teeth. There are actually several types of dental products that can be used for creating a nicer smile, but some of them are not permanent. Read More 

Problems You May Experience If You Are Embarrassed By Your Smile

Do you ever find yourself hesitating to smile or holding back simply because your smile isn't as pretty or nice as you would like it to be? This is a common reason many people do not smile more often, and not smiling because of this can interfere with life. Here are some of the effects this problem can have in your life and what you can do to change this. Read More 

4 Ways Dental Implants Can Help You with a Paleo Diet

As people look for new ways to lose weight, one of the more popular trends lately has been the paleo diet. Also referred to as a caveman diet, the simplicity of the diet involves eating only foods and items that were available to cavemen. While switching to this diet can help with weight loss, you must also consider other factors that the diet may impact, like your teeth. As you transition to the diet, it's a good idea to consider how dental implants can positively impact this diet. Read More 

Looking For A Metal-Free Crown Restoration? What Should You Know About Your Options

If you need to have dental crown work done but don't want to use anything with metal, you may wonder if there are other options open to you. Although metal and porcelain-fused-to-metal, or PFM, crowns are excellent options, they may not be right for you if you have allergies to metal or if you simply don't like the look of metal. One of the things you can do is ask a dentist about all-ceramic crowns. Read More