Basic Dental Care Made Simple

Invisalign 101: How To Maintain Your Trays For A Beautiful Smile

Invisalign is a common choice for orthodontia and cosmetic dentistry. Nobody will be able to tell that you are wearing your Invisalign, giving you a lovely smile even before the treatment is over. Invisalign trays still become dirty, no matter how good you are at taking them out to eat or drink. They also are liable to break or scratch if you are not careful. For this reason, you need to pay close attention to maintaining your trays.   Read More...

4 Immediate Advantages Of Getting Dental Implants

If you have teeth that are missing, you'll want to take time to replace these by getting dental implants. This is a surgical procedure that will put a titanium post in your jawbone to secure your restoration. There are many benefits of having this done, and the sooner you do, the better. Being aware of the ways this process can help you may be the motivation you need to get started.   Read More...

Your Teeth During Cold And Flu Season

When flu season arrives, it is important to make sure you follow a lot of tips to help prevent yourself from getting the flu. Some of the things you can do to help decrease your chances of getting the flu include using hand sanitizer during the day, using handy wipes to wipe down cart handles, getting the flu shot, avoiding crowded places when possible and wiping down the surfaces of your home regularly.   Read More...

What You Should Know About Dental Implant Risks

Have you been thinking about getting dental implants to make your smile more attractive? If so, it is important to know the risk that go along with having the procedure done. There are several stages of getting dental implants installed, and each stage brings potential complications that can lead to failure. Knowing the risks can help you have a successful surgery so that the implant can remain in place for your lifetime.   Read More...

Three Ways Veneers Can Protect Your Teeth

Veneers are a common cosmetic dentistry tool that can vastly improve the look of your smile. Whether your teeth are crooked, less than white, or damaged, veneers can take years off your appearance and make it look like you were born with perfect teeth. However, that's not the only thing that veneers can do. If you have existing damage to your teeth, veneers can potentially protect them and improve your life.   Read More...