You’ve made the decision to change your smile, and you’re all too familiar with the benefits of porcelain veneers in Wharton thanks to a discussion with your cosmetic dentist. Those gaps in your smile have become a nuisance, and instead of spending months or years wearing braces, you’re learning more and more why porcelain veneers are a better solution for you. But as the day for having them placed grows closer, you begin to wonder if it’s the right thing to do. To help put your mind at ease, take a look at the 6 things you should know before getting porcelain veneers.
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May 2, 2019
April 24, 2019
After going with your friends for a fun night out, you thought you were ready for the flood of pictures that were going to be posted on social media. But once they started popping up on your feed, you weren’t so excited to see your grin. Between your chipped and slightly-stained teeth, you wonder if there’s any way you could fix years worth of cosmetic issues in one easy procedure. After reconciling with your smile for so long, you decide to start researching ways to get a brighter and more beautiful smile and discover porcelain veneers in Wharton. Learn about the benefits porcelain veneers have to offer you below. (more…)
February 5, 2019
As Valentine’s day approaches, have you found a gift for your special someone? Instead of the typical chocolate and flowers, what if you gave them a gift that could keep on giving? Teeth whitening in Wharton is a gift that can boost their self-esteem, confidence, and attractiveness. Additionally, if you’re looking to attract someone for Valentine’s, teeth whitening may be all you need to find the partner you’ve been wanting. Keep reading to learn about teeth whitening and the many benefits it can bring you and your loved one.
December 4, 2018
Have you gone through this year living with smile regret? If so, your dentist says before the new year arrives, you have an opportunity to correct any of your aesthetic or functional flaws and create the smile of your dreams. Read on to learn about the many different options available, and prepare to be the next amazing transformation in your cosmetic dentist’s smile gallery!
November 15, 2018
Now, sedation dentistry is commonly used to help promote the dental experience for patients who have unique needs. It is widely used to ease fears and anxieties of patients who suffer from dental-related phobias. It can also benefit those who have difficulty keeping their jaw open, a strong gag reflex, or need multiple or invasive procedures. If any of these situations sound familiar, you could enjoy a more comfortable experience with the help of sedation; however, you are concerned about the cost. There is no need to worry. You may be able to use your dental insurance to pay for it.
November 9, 2018
According to the American College of Prosthodontists, approximately 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. If you are among that number, you already know the significant impact a missing tooth can have on your confidence and everyday quality of life. Gaps in your smile not only affect your physical appearance but can also make it more difficult to chew food properly and can even affect your speech. If you are considering investing in dentures to replace missing teeth, one big question you face is: full dentures or partials? Today’s blog post will go over the key differences.
September 7, 2018
Whether you’ve lost one or a full arch, living without your teeth makes life hard. Many times, you’re forced to miss out on one of the simple joys of life – eating your favorite snack. Furthermore, you’re less likely to pose for pictures because of your smile insecurities. Thankfully, there is a way to replace your teeth and restore your image with dental implants, and as you read on, your dentist goes in depth about how the process works and the average costs. Your path to a new “You” starts now!
August 7, 2018
Dentistry today is so much easier than it used to be. Not even 100 years ago, patients had no preventative care and not much restorative care, which meant that teeth were often pulled instead of being saved. What’s worse is that patients didn’t have many anesthetic or sedation options, so they had to undergo dental work without much pain management. Thankfully, patients today have sedation dentistry, which allows them to get the dental care they need without any fear, pain or anxiety. If you think you can benefit from sedation, you might have a few questions first. Keep reading for answers to the 4 most frequently-asked-questions below!
July 7, 2018
If you’re one of the 178 million Americans who’s missing at least one tooth, you’ve probably done a fair amount of research on replacement options. There’s no question that implants are known to be the “gold standard” because they look and feel more like your natural teeth than any other choice. But if you’re ready to find out whether they would work for you, you might be wondering what you can expect from a dental implant consultation. Keep reading to find out what a consultation entails and who makes a great candidate for implants!
June 3, 2018
More and more adults and teens are looking for alternatives to fixing poor bites and misalignments in their smile. In many cases, traditional braces aren’t necessary, especially if there are only minor adjustments needed to be made. With this new interest comes many questions. That’s why your dentist is answering a few of the most common ones he hears at the practice.
If you’re unsure about starting Invisalign in Wharton, keep reading; you just might have your question answered.