Whitening, Veneers Or Bonding: Which Is Right For You?

  If you have stains or other imperfections on your teeth, then you may be thinking of visiting a cosmetic dentist to improve your smile. Some of the choices available that can brighten, whiten or improve your smile are veneers, bonding and whitening. However, each has its own advantages and uses depending on your particular problem. Here is more information about these three procedures, what they're usually used for and what kinds of problems they solve. [Read More]

How To Improve The Appearance Of Yellow Teeth With Whitening

Yellow teeth can prevent you from smiling every day. Smiling makes you feel better. It leads to feelings of amusement, joy, and actual happiness. Smiling on purpose changes your brain chemistry. However, stained teeth can make you lose confidence and your willingness to smile. Read on to find out how to improve the appearance of yellow teeth with teeth whitening. What Cause Stains? There are a number of reasons why your teeth become stained. [Read More]

Need Dental Sedation? What You Should Know About Using Nitrous Oxide

If you are the type of person that needs to be sedated when going to the dentist, you should try using nitrous oxide during your next dentist appointment. Also known as laughing gas, this form of dental sedation can be great for anybody that goes to the dentist. Here are 5 things you need to know about nitrous oxide before you request it for your next dental procedure. You Should Avoid Eating Before Your Appointment [Read More]

Five Quick Tips For Fresh Breath

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you've had to get fresh breath quick? It's not always easy, especially if there is no bathroom around or you don't have a toothbrush on you. Here are five quick tips to help you recover from that:  Eat an Apple: If you can get your hands on an apple, this is a great way to freshen up your smile. This is because the crunchy and hardness of an apple help to get rid of any food that might be stuck in your teeth that is causing you to have bad breath. [Read More]