2 Tips To Help Keep Your Temporary Veneers Stain Free

16 September 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Temporary veneers are fairly easy to remove so they can easily be replaced by your permanent veneers. However, temporary veneers are prone to staining, which can leave them a yellowish off-white color. While this problem is only temporary, it can ruin your smile for a few days or weeks. Luckily, there are a few tips that you can use to help keep your temporary veneers stain free. Avoid Dark Beverages Read More 

2 Tips To Prevent Your Porcelain Veneers From Yellowing

16 September 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Living with damaged and cracked teeth can not only result in a number of dental issues, but it can also make you self-conscious about your smile. Getting porcelain veneers is a simpler way to fix your misshapen and damaged teeth. They are constructed in a way to match the shape and color of your natural teeth so that your smile appears seamless. While porcelain veneers are extremely durable and can withstand chips and cracks, they may develop discoloration over time. Read More 

Have a Problem with Your Teeth? Three Services a Cosmetic Dentist Can Offer You

29 August 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a problem with your teeth, your regular dentist can likely take care of it. There are some problems, however, you may want to consider going to a cosmetic dentist for. Once you arrive, you may learn of all the services they can offer you, three of which are listed below. Enamel Shaping If you have chips in your teeth, a cosmetic dentist can use a procedure called enamel shaping to repair the chips for you. Read More 

Preserving That Temporary Crown

25 July 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you've just had a temporary crown added to one or more teeth, you're no doubt happy to see a nicely shaped crown in its place and are eager to have the permanent crown installed quickly. However, until the permanent crown is ready, you have to take care of that temporary crown. One of the issues with having temporary structures in your mouth is that they are not as tough as the final crowns, so more of what you might do normally can damage the structure. Read More 

2 Reasons To Choose A Same-Day Crown

25 July 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

One of the more common dental procedures that many people need is a dental crown which consists of a cap that goes over the remains of your tooth in order to protect what remains of the tooth and restore its shape. In most cases, a dental crown is utilized when there isn't enough left of your tooth structure to support a basic filling. When getting a crown you will have to choose between a traditional crown or a same-day crown. Read More