The Newest Technology In Orthodontic Treatment: LightForce Braces!
The percentage of people who get braces at some point in their lives is relatively high every year. LightForce braces are 3D printed and fully customized to an individual’s needs.  The cutting-edge technology that comes with these braces allows for better accuracy and efficiency with orthodontic treatment. Here are 3 reasons to consider LightFo…
Tips and Things to Avoid for Successful Invisalign Treatment
If you are looking to improve and straighten your smile but are concerned about the esthetics of metal braces, Invisalign may be a great solution! With Invisalign treatment, you will wear a sequence of clear aligners or retainers to gradually move your teeth into the proper position.  Below are some tips for successfully achieving your goal…
How Can I Improve My Dental Hygiene? 
You’ve probably heard many times a great dental hygiene routine includes brushing twice a day for 2 minutes and flossing once a day. While this is very important, there are several other ways to maintain a healthy beautiful smile. In this article, we’ll share 4 great tips on how to keep your teeth and gums healthy and to help prevent gum disease…
What Is Causing My Tooth Discoloration?
Tooth discoloration is incredibly common and could be caused by many factors. Understanding the causes can help you to avoid or reduce the degree of discoloration. Here is a list of the most common causes of tooth discoloration. Poor Dental Hygiene This one is pretty obvious but failing to floss and brush your teeth daily is one of the main reas…
What Do Rubber Bands Do For Braces?
Braces or Invisalign may be a perfect solution for correcting misaligned or crowded teeth and to help improve your smile. In conjunction with the braces or Invisalign, sometimes your orthodontist may prescribe rubber bands or elastics. The rubber bands are typically used to help correct your bite. Your doctor will determine which teeth the rubbe…
What Is Tooth Decay & How Can You Prevent It?
Tooth enamel is a hard white pearly substance on the outermost layer of a tooth.  Tooth decay develops when there is damage to the enamel.  Tooth decay is a disease that can affect both children and adults.  If left untreated, tooth decay may lead to pain, infection and even tooth loss. Below is important information on the causes…
Dental Crowns and the Sensitivity That Comes With Them
Sensitivity after receiving a dental crown varies from patient to patient. Occasionally, patients may feel some sensitivity to hot or cold liquids and foods for a period of time. You may also feel aching or a bit of tenderness when you bite. Others may experience an abnormal bite or gum tissue sensitivity. So why does this happen and how long ca…
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WHAT IS BOTOX?
Botox is a safe injectable medicine that has been used since the 1970s. The FDA first approved it for ophthalmological use and in the 1990s its use expanded to the treatment of cosmetic concerns. Today there are many applications in which Botox has a therapeutic effect, including treatment of migraines, strabismus (eye muscle problem), TMJ, exce…
Preventing and Treating Gum Disease
Regular dental hygiene visits and homecare are very important to prevent the development of gum and periodontal disease. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to soft tissue damage and bone loss requiring surgery to correct. For this reason, it is very important to practice excellent dental hygiene to prevent the growth of unhealthy bacteria i…