One of the quickest and most cost-effective ways of altering your smile is a simple cosmetic procedure: teeth whitening. While this procedure has many options, a take-home teeth whitening kit is one of the most effective treatments. It comes with many benefits and can have surprising results.
We are lucky to live in an age with many effective options for those with missing teeth. However, it's tempting to many patients to think that not replacing one missing tooth won't have adverse effects. Some risks may not be symptomatic until it's too late and the damage has been done.
We know that the vast majority of Americans want a bright white smile. When you have bonding on your teeth, it can pose a problem for any future teeth whitening.
Did you know that the appearance of your smile can age you? It’s true. There are certain things that happen to the teeth to change their appearance as we get older. These changes contribute to our looking older. With dental treatments, we can counteract these changes to help you look younger. We cover five important ways your dentist can help you look younger.
Crooked teeth do not require much explanation. It is simple to understand that the term refers to teeth not in the proper alignment with one another along the curve of the dental arch (the U-shaped section of jawbone where teeth reside). There are several important things to know about crooked teeth, which we will address here.
A smile makeover can change the entire appearance of someone’s face, making him or her look more attractive, successful and friendly. If you find yourself not smiling openly because you dislike the appearance of your teeth, you should consider a smile makeover.
Learn about the four types of dental bridges that can be used to fill gaps in your mouth. The experts at Premier Dental can help you improve your smile.
The goal for most people that get braces is to straighten their teeth. Apart from the cosmetic affect, there are benefits to having straight teeth.
Most people assume that straightening the teeth is a strictly cosmetic issue. While having straight teeth can contribute to a beautiful smile, the truth is that straight teeth are typically healthier than teeth with orthodontic problems. We will explain here by outlining the different ways that orthodontic problems increase your risk for certain dental problems.