How Transforming Your Teeth Transforms Your Career
21 November 2016
Here in the U.S., your appearance is everything in the acting world. If you are heavy, misshapen or have an awful smile, you are less likely to be cast in the roles you want. Worse still, you cannot present a nice head shot to directors and producers if your smile looks like you just crawled out of the backwoods of some southern state. Here is how a family dentist can transform your teeth, and how your nicer teeth transforms your acting career.
Are You A Veteran In Need Of Dental Care?
31 October 2016
Transitioning from the military can be tough, as it delivers a lot of financial and social uncertainties. Many veterans leave the military while being rushed through the process and may not have gotten a final dental checkup. Veterans Affairs (VA) dentist offices are available, but the wait time is long and doesn't have a full set of services for everything from cavity followups to removals. If you need a bit more than a cleaning—or a cleaning a bit closer to home—here are a few ways that a non-VA dentist and the VA can help.
Do You Want A Whiter, Brighter Smile? Check Out Your Options For Tooth Whitening
13 October 2016
Your smile can make a huge difference in your self-confidence and self-esteem, so taking steps to ensure your teeth are healthy is important. You may have no cavities and you may brush your teeth twice a day every day, but your teeth still have discoloration and stains. Learn more about how you can have whiter, healthier-looking teeth.
Tooth Whitening In Your Dentist's Office
One of the best ways to whiten your smile is at your dentist's office.
3 Facts To Know About Periodontal Disease
27 September 2016
Gum disease is incredibly common, especially among older individuals even though it is a preventable disease. If your dentist has warned you that you have or may develop gum disease, check out these three facts you need to know about periodontal disease.
Gingivitis Is Easily Treated
Periodontal disease comes in two forms: gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis is easily treated with at-home changes to your oral health, such as brushing and flossing regularly.