Can Invisalign Fix an Underbite

Can Invisalign Fix An Underbite?

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Invisalign can correct many of the orthodontic conditions once exclusively treated by traditional braces. For example, Invisalign can correct mildly to moderately crooked teeth, crowded teeth, slanted teeth, and gapped teeth. Invisalign can also fix …

How Do Dental Veneers Work

How Do Dental Veneers Work?

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Dental veneers are a type of cosmetic dental treatment that can completely transform your smile. Veneers can correct a variety of imperfections in teeth ranging from chips to stains, and small or irregularly shaped teeth. …

3 Signs You Need a Root Canal

3 Signs You Need a Root Canal

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Thanks to advanced technology and modern techniques, most root canals don’t take much longer than getting a filling. Although local anesthesia makes the procedure painless, nervous, fearful, or anxious patients also have the option of …

How Long Do Dental Veneers Last?

How Long Do Dental Veneers Last?

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Dental veneers correct imperfections in the teeth, including stained or yellow teeth, small gaps between teeth, misshapen teeth, and small teeth. Veneers are bonded to your natural teeth, resulting in a natural-looking smile. When cared …

Could I Be A Candidate For Invisalign?

Could I Be A Candidate For Invisalign?

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More than 15 million people, including 4 million teens, have already chosen to improve the alignment of their teeth, the function of their jaw, and the appearance of their smiles with Invisalign. So, if you’re …

Are Dental Veneers Worth It?

Are Dental Veneers Worth It?

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Dental veneers are an efficient, long-lasting way to improve the appearance of your smile. They can replace multiple minor cosmetic procedures in a simple two-appointment process. They represent an excellent value for your investment and …

Can Invisalign Fix an Overbite?

Can Invisalign Fix an Overbite?

Team Invisalign

Invisalign is an effective orthodontic system that uses clear medical-grade plastic aligners to move teeth into new positions. This system can correct mild to moderate overbites. What Is an Overbite? An overbite is a type …

Can a Knocked Out Tooth Be Saved?

Can a Knocked Out Tooth Be Saved?

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Accidents happen. You might be playing sports with friends, accidentally slip at home, or suffer some kind of injury when you least expect it. Sometimes, those injuries will knock out a tooth. Baby teeth are …

How Often Should You Get a Dental Cleaning?

How Often Should You Get a Dental Cleaning?

Team General

The question of how often you should get a dental cleaning comes up for patients that are weighing the recommended protocols of the dental profession against their costs, insurance coverage, and general scheduling of their …

What Exactly Is Invisalign, and How Does It Work?

What Exactly Is Invisalign, and How Does It Work?

Team Invisalign

Invisalign is a comfortable, attractive alternative to traditional metal braces, and it is an effective orthodontic treatment that’s designed to align your teeth correctly.  Unlike cumbersome traditional braces, Invisalign uses clear aligners in order to …

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How To Treat TMJ Pain

Team TMJ

Coping with TMJ pain can be difficult. However, working with a dental provider who is skilled in the treatment of TMJ disorders can help you find relief. Getting treatment can improve your quality of life …

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How to Stop Snoring Permanently

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Everyone snores occasionally, but chronic snoring can disrupt your sleep, keep your partner awake at night, and may even be a sign of a more serious medical or dental issue. Unfortunately, there’s not always a …

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How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

Team Dental Crowns

There are a lot of things to consider when getting a dental crown, with aesthetics being a primary concern of many patients. This is understandable—if a tooth is visible when you smile, you want to …

Welcome to Our New Site!

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Welcome to our new website! Check back for updates to our blog to get the latest news and information for our office. We are delighted that you chose to visit our site today and look …