Changing The Shape And/Or Appearance Of Your Teeth

If your teeth have a unique shape to them that you aren't happy about or they have other problems, such as gaps or crookedness, then you can have the problem taken care of with the help of your dentist. Here are a few examples of common problems and some of the options your dentist may present you with to take care of the issues: You have a few crooked teeth Read More 

Your Teeth May Not Look Neat Now, But Dental Veneers Can Make Them Perfect

There are many people who do not show their teeth when they smile because they are ashamed of how their teeth look. They may place their hands over their mouths in an effort to hide their teeth. Some have even "mastered the art" of talking and laughing while holding their mouth in positions that hide their teeth. Perhaps you are struggling with an issue with your teeth that causes you to feel self-conscious. Read More 

When Your Teeth Are Beyond Saving And Your Insurance Is Poor

When your teeth look really bad, you may finally break down and visit a dentist. You may even visit a cosmetic dentist, given the extent to which your teeth are broken and discolored. He or she may be able to offer you several options, but only if your insurance can pay for some of the services you need. Otherwise, the majority of what needs to be done will have to come out of your own pocket. Read More 

Two Tips To Help You Get Financial Assistance For Cosmetic Dentistry Work

If you're like many people, a movie star grin is something that you've always wanted. The ability to smile at the drop of a dime without feeling the slightest bit of self-consciousness about the state of your teeth not only feels wonderful but gives you the confidence to enter certain settings on a whim. If your teeth are less than perfect and you want to have some work done on them, there could be one thing holding you back: finances. Read More 

Four Specific Reasons For Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions may be suggested by your dentist at some point, although it's not always needed, but simply an option to correct a problem. However, in these four specific situations, tooth extraction is probably the only option for a healthy smile: Excessive Trauma or Decay: If you have an excessive amount of decay, chances are your dentist is going to have to extract the affected teeth so that they do not spread the problem to the rest of the healthy teeth in your mouth. Read More