Going To The Dentist While Pregnant? You May Have These Concerns

10 July 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

It's very important to visit the dentist during pregnancy. Pregnant women are at greater risk for issues with bleeding, swollen, or infected gums, which is why it is worth having a dentist perform an exam and look at their overall health. However, you may fear going to the dentist because of the risks it can cause to the baby. Here are some common concerns you may have about the dentist while pregnant. Read More 

Common Causes Of Diastema

15 May 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Diastema is an unnaturally large gap between two adjacent teeth. Some people consider diastema an aesthetic problem, particularly if the gap is too large. Large gaps can also lead to speech disorders. Knowing why diastema occurs can help you prevent the condition before it develops. It can also help you get the right treatment and prevent re-occurrence. Here are some of the common causes of the condition. Teeth and Jaw Discrepancies Read More 

Beyond Whitening: Other Elements Of A Smile Makeover

15 May 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Brightening your teeth is one of the easiest ways to improve your smile. In some cases, however, whitening may not be enough to give you a smile you deserve.  You may need a smile makeover if you have multiple cosmetic problems with your teeth. Here are some of the treatments that a smile makeover may include. Gum Contouring Gum contouring gets rid of high or low gum lines. Excessively high gum lines hide most of your teeth and make the teeth appear unusually short. Read More 

3 Ways To Improve The Appearance Of A Gummy Smile

17 April 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you feel like your smile exposes too much of your gums for your liking, it's important to understand your treatment options. Some times, a "gummy" smile (also known as an excessive gingival display) only has cosmetic implications and won't affect your smile. However, it's possible that the extra gum tissue can contribute to the formation of gum disease. In some situations, an improper bite or structural malformations in your mouth can cause your smile to display more gum tissue than it normally would. Read More 

What Needs To Be Addressed When Veneers Are Placed On Short Teeth?

17 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are someone who has small teeth and wants a fuller and more aesthetically pleasing smile, then you may want to think about having veneers placed. Dental veneers can lengthen the look of your teeth, but your dentist may need to do a few extra things to ensure that your teeth look natural and remain that way. Keep reading to learn about the things that your dentist may need to address. Read More