For many patients, the greatest benefit of customized porcelain veneers is that they so closely mimic healthy, natural teeth that they’re virtually indistinguishable from the rest of your smile. Once bonded in place, veneers can instantly improve your smile by addressing several different types of blemishes all at once. However, another huge advantage that veneers lend to your smile improvement plan is that they’re often ideal for addressing a wide variety of different concerns. That means many different patients can benefit from lifelike porcelain veneers than most other types of cosmetic smile improvement. (more…)
You have heard of composite before if you’ve ever received a tooth-colored filling or if you know anything about dental bonding. What you might not recognize is that this is the same material used for filling in areas of missing tissue across the board. We’d like to offer you some reminders about composite, so you begin to have a better understanding of how we use it and how it may provide you with the care your smile needs!
It’s a wonderful moment when you enjoy the big reveal: Your whiter smile after you receive teeth whitening is a vibrant and beautiful feature to behold! Of course, as you go about the rest of your day and then week, what you want is to see that shining smile of yours looking bright as ever when you take a glance in the mirror. So, what should you be doing to ensure this happens? Or, are the results permanent? Let us answer simple yet very important questions for you, so you may keep the results of your cosmetic treatment looking as wonderful as possible.
Did you participate in last year’s clean-up event? If you’re a repeat volunteer or would simply like to make your foray into this annual event that protects our community, then you are very welcome to join! Learn more about the upcoming Clean-Up Cleveland 2018 event before it arrives.
Thinking about cosmetic improvements is a lot of fun because you can visualize your smile exactly as you’d like to see it. Starting out with accessing cosmetic dentistry to make these ideas a reality, however, can become something of a challenging mystery to patients who have never made such improvements before. Rather than let yourself fall short of your goals simply because you’re not certain about how to choose a starting point, we strongly encourage you to take our advice seriously! It’s very easy to follow.
Nope, we certainly don’t hope that you ever need to call us for an emergency dental care visit. However, if you end up finding yourself in a moment during which you need our care and you need it right now, we would like you to be ready, rather than frantically scrambling to remember information and to figure out what to do. Fortunately, making sure you’re all set up to contact us if this ever comes up is likely much easier than you think it is.
You likely already feel familiar with the fact that if you want a straighter smile, the specialized area of dental care that you’ll need is called orthodontics. What you might not have much sense of just yet is the fact that there are two major categories if you think you require orthodontic care. These determine whether your concern affects your oral health (or not), which then affects your potential treatment needs. Let’s sort through some introductory details that will help you get a better feel for what your smile may require.
What better what to get to know more about your community than to do so with a little food, a lot of fun, and a ton of information? Stop by the Taste Of Cleveland event that’s just around the corner for an enjoyable way to reconnect with our town and all that it has to offer.
Do you have porcelain dental work in your smile? This might include porcelain veneers, for instance. It could mean that you have a porcelain crown (or two or three…). If the answer is yes, you may find yourself feeling a bit nervous to move forward with your usual daily and long-term smile care. Is maintaining porcelain just like keeping up your natural tissues? Do you need to be extremely gentle, even more so than usual, you may ask yourself? Get to the bottom of this momentary conundrum with a question-and-answer session.
You might think you know quite a lot about dental sealants and you might even be right! When you’re up to date and well informed regarding dental care for your child, chances are quite good that you’ve done some investigating. As you know, sealants keep bad stuff like bacteria from making their way into little grooves of back teeth (the chewing surfaces), which can greatly help limit the occurrence of cavities. However, there may be some little things (and some bigger realizations) that are sneaking past you, the details of which might prove beneficial for your outlook on this preventive treatment in more ways than you may expect!