You, like many others, place a great emphasis on the appearance of your smile. Not only is it desirable to have a bright, jubilant, and shiny finish, but it is often perceived as a sign of increased confidence and happiness. Indeed, cosmetic dentistry is an effective option for addressing noticeable blemishes such as stains or chips, but when your smile is riddled with several different types of issues, what is the best option then? In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist takes a look at smile solutions for multiple cosmetic concerns, and describes the benefits of porcelain veneers.
Nothing is more disheartening than making a conscious effort to stay on top of your oral health and preventive dental routine just for a dental accident or emergency to complicate your smile’s appearance. Indeed, we as a society tend to place a heavy emphasis on how our smiles appear, and even so much as the tiniest surface-level blemish can be enough to cause a person to shy away from revealing his or her grin. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist discusses cosmetic treatment for surface-level chips and cracks and explains the benefit of treatment.
It goes without saying that when you seek dental care, your oral health is always going to be the top priority to consider. After all, your smile is constantly facing a barrage of threats on a daily basis, and unfortunately, there are not nearly as many protections to compare. Still, many concerns may only impact your smile in a surface-level manner, and you should be able to feel comfortable and happy in your own skin, starting with your smile’s appearance. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist explores the benefits of pursuing cosmetic treatment and details how teeth whitening can enhance your oral appearance.
Taking care of your smile is a lifelong process, and one that follows you well into adulthood. Indeed, from the moment your first tooth arrives, your smile is considered to be under the threat of various dental concerns, including bacteria-related issues, physical accidents, and dental emergencies. While you may be taking care to brush and floss as intended, it is also important to keep in mind just how much your diet affects your oral health. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist explains how certain foods and beverages can impact your oral health.
Whether you are aware of it or not, your smile is constantly facing a barrage of threats throughout the course of your life. From the moment your first tooth arrives and well into adulthood, your grin encounters oral bacteria, dental emergencies, and practically everything else in between. Though we have a few natural defenses in place, they are greatly outnumbered by negative forces. Because of this, it is important we give our smiles all of the help they can get. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist encourages you to schedule your next routine checkup, as well as details what you can expect from your visit.
From a young age, you learned about the importance of caring for your smile and why it is a necessity. After all, there are some many factors out there posing a threat to your oral health, and unfortunately, not nearly as many defenses in your corner. As such, doing what you can to keep your grin protected is essential. Still, many patients are only practicing a partial routine at home, placing their smiles at a significant disadvantage. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist takes a look at the need for periodontal treatment and how flossing consistently can minimize your chances of developing gum disease.
Advances in dental technology have made it possible to address significant dental infections and other concerns that may have previously resulted in great tooth loss. While tooth loss may still occur if it is not addressed in a timely manner, seeking replacement options such as dental implants has been made simpler and more efficient along the way. Still, dental loss is unpredictable and can occur in a number of ways, so how can we be sure that all situations are treatable? In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist discusses the major benefits of implant-retained dental prostheses and how our team can help.
In our most recent blog post, our team took a look at several different scenarios in which a tooth extraction was needed to prioritize a person’s oral health. While nobody’s first choice is to lose a permanent tooth as an adult, sometimes this option is out of our control. Of course, functional complications can and will arise when even a single structure is missing, and as such, your dentist recommends seeking a replacement as soon as possible. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist looks at the functional benefits of dental implants, as well as how they can complete your smile.
When it comes down to it, your smile’s health is of the utmost importance to maintain. After all, not only is your smile essential for routine functions such as biting, chewing, and eating, but a youthful smile can communicate so much about you, your confidence, and your overall disposition with life. Though you may be taking care to brush regularly, it is important to recognize the role of routine care, both in office and at home, and how it influences your oral health. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist takes a look at instances in which a dental extraction may be necessary to prioritize your oral health and what to expect from the process.
In our most recent blog post, we discussed the many functions of a dental crown restoration, including how it can be used in a versatile manner to address specific needs. While preventive dentistry is the name of the game in terms of keeping your structures safe, restorative practices are needed to help restore infected or damaged structures back to their previous levels of health. Even still, sometimes an infection spreads faster than you might have initially expected, requiring treatment that is a bit more extensive in nature. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist looks at the root canal process and describes how it can be used to save your tooth from extraction.