As you become fully aware of your cosmetic care options, you may discover that though dental bonding, contouring, and veneers should be easy to distinguish from one another, determining which one you need can be quite confusing. Sometimes you need both bonding and contouring. Sometimes you could use bonding or veneers. While a consultation with us will give you the final answer you need for your care, we are happy to help you out a bit with figuring out which treatment or treatments will work for specific needs.
When you’re receiving Invisalign treatment, you get to experience the joy of removable aligner trays. While this is usually very convenient, you may find that there are times when you would actually prefer to keep those trays in your mouth (even though we may have suggested you remove them). When it comes to eating, we know that it’s not always fun to have to take your trays out in front of other people (or find a place to store them). However, following our recommendations is extremely important to the success of your treatment. Let us elaborate on a few details, so you keep up with effective care.
When you spend any amount of time thinking about your dental care, you may find that there are some very straightforward details (like how often you should brush and floss). Then, there are those details that can cause you to wonder. For instance, you may wonder why you have to floss, why we have decided you need a dental crown, and more! Rather than allowing our care to remain a mystery to you, we offer some insightful knowledge (and suggest you ask your questions when you see us).
You will notice that when it comes to sedation dentistry options, you have more than one. As a result, figuring out which one to choose can feel like a harrowing task when you don’t know how to narrow down the details. It’s often wise to ask about why patients choose one over the other to figure out which group of patients you more strongly identify with. If you’re considering oral sedation, we are happy to offer up reasons some patients prefer this over others as a helpful guide for you.
There’s nothing pleasant about accidentally drooling at the dinner table, feeling like your mouth is a bit swampy, or wondering why you sometimes seem to have an overabundance of saliva, while other times everything seems perfectly normal. While it can feel a little unnerving as you try to decode what’s happening your body, there’s generally a reason for shifts in salivation (and we can help). Find yourself feeling a little more at ease with this topic by taking our quiz.
If you considered Invisalign treatment in the past but you put the plan on the back burner, we encourage you to go ahead and review the benefits. Once you’ve planted the seed, the thought of following through with orthodontic treatment and feeling confident about your plans is something that will continue to crop up in your mind. If you’re hoping to find the motivation to contact us and schedule a visit to get your treatment going, begin by reminding yourself of the wonderful advantages Invisalign has to offer.
You know that you should be flossing your smile to promote a healthy grin! You also know that you should be flossing once a day, ensuring you complete as thorough job as possible. What you might not be sure about, however, is what you should avoid while flossing. Fortunately, there’s not much you need to avoid. However, those potential pitfalls to steer clear of are very important to keep in mind because they can mean the difference between effective dental hygiene and hygiene that leads toward concerns instead of good health. Don’t worry: The details are simple.