Cosmetic Dental Treatment Questions

Cosmetic dental issues can be a troubling problem to experience due to the self-confidence issues that they can cause. While there are many treatment options for cosmetic dental issues, patients that are in the early stages of deciding on an option for addressing their cosmetic issues will need to learn more about the available treatments. Can Anything Be Done For A Tooth That Is Misshapen? A tooth that has become misshapen can be one of the more obvious dental issues that you may experience. Read More 

Got Stained Dentures? How To Remove The Stains With Items You Have At Home

The best way to remove stains from your dentures is to use a bleach-based denture cleaning product. These come in both pastes and tablets, allowing you to either brush or soak the dentures. However, if you have a stain on your dentures and you do not have any of these items on hand, you may be looking for a way to lift the stains with items you already have on hand. Read More 

An Overview Of Common Denture Complications

Dentures have a host of benefits; for example, they can help you chew better, protect your remaining teeth, and even overcome speech problems and even enhance your appearance. Unfortunately, there are complications that may derail your denture treatments, complications such as these three: Irritation or Laceration Sores and lacerations are some of the most common side effects of complications of dentures. The sores usually appear soon after denture fitting. They are typically caused by dentures that don't fit perfectly and bruise your gums. Read More 

How To Subtly Change The Color Of Your Teeth

Have you ever noticed people who leave work early on a Friday with stained teeth and come back on Monday with glaring, radiantly white teeth? You know exactly what they did on Friday, right? Then you think to yourself, "Hmmm, I would like to whiten my teeth, but how can I do it so that nobody knows I did it?" If you see the right cosmetic dentist and request subtle changes in tooth color over time, here is how. Read More 

So, You Need An Inlay

If you visit a dentist and he or she discovers a large cavity or a section of wear on the surface of your tooth, the dentist may recommend a restoration called an inlay. Since inlays are not quite as common as fillings or crowns, you may not be as familiar with them. Here is what you need to know about inlays and the process of having one put into place. Read More