Maintaining good oral hygiene is now more important than ever. Keeping your immune system strong in the midst of a global pandemic is essential to your wellbeing, and proper oral care habits will help support your immune health by preventing periodontal (gum) disease.
Thanks to great advancements in medicine, we’re all living longer. This is great news for us, but not for the parts of our bodies that wear out more quickly than others.
Did you know that 70% of consumers trust online reviews as much as they trust personal recommendations? The ever-connected community created by the internet and social media means that most of our clients first hear about our dental office online, rather than from a friend at the park or a co-worker.
If you have permanently stained, chipped, worn, or cracked teeth, then you might be looking to restore or enhance the appearance and function of your smile. Either crowns or veneers (or a combination of the two) could be your answer. Crowns and veneers are used to improve the appearance of teeth, but the two are quite different. Read on to learn more about crowns and veneers and which treatment option is best for you.