How A Smile Makeover May Help With Depression

Smile makeovers are becoming an increasingly popular way to deal with poor dental health. However, it can also be a surprisingly effective way of managing some minor symptoms of depression. Here's what you need to know about this interesting topic. Depression Can Have Some Self Influence One fact about depression that may be unpleasant for some to consider is that many of the symptoms are caused by the person feeling the depression. Read More 

Cosmetic Dental Applications To Improve The Look Of Dental Imperfections

Many people are seeking ways to improve the appearance of their teeth. Teeth that are white, appropriately sized, straight, and uniform are often considered attractive. However, many people suffer from teeth that are far from perfect. Nevertheless, there are multiple cosmetic dentistry options to transform the look of less-than-perfect teeth. Here are a few cosmetic dental problems and some of the applications available to correct them. Discolored Teeth Teeth that are yellow or stained may look dirty and unattractive even though they have been properly brushed and flossed. Read More 

Four Ways To Maintain Newly Whitened Teeth

Professional whitening of your teeth can be costly, so once you have completed the procedure you should take steps to maintain the whiteness of your teeth. By following a few simple tips, you can make your whitening job last longer. Here are four things you can do to help keep your teeth looking their best. Avoid Drinks That Stain There are certain drinks that are notorious for discoloring teeth, and they should be avoided or limited after whitening. Read More 

Ready For Your Close-Up? How To Make Sure Your Teeth Look Their Best For The Wedding Photos

Now that there's another royal wedding in the works, you may be wondering where your invitation is. If you are in line to receive an invitation, you want to make sure your smile is perfect for the wedding photos. Even if the wedding you're about to be involved in isn't a royal affair, you still want your teeth to look their best for a wedding. Here are four procedures you can have done that will leave you with a perfect smile for wedding photos. Read More 

What Happens When You Get A Dental Crown?

A dental crown is recommended for teeth that are extremely discolored, broken, or worn down. The procedure can be completed in two visits to your dentist. If you are planning to get a dental crown, here is what you need to know. What Can You Expect? Unless you have had a dental crown before, you might be nervous about the procedure. However, there is nothing to fear. It is a routine procedure that is relatively painless. Read More