Tooth-colored fillings are not only more attractive than metal amalgam fillings, they’re healthier, too. Metal amalgam fillings don’t provide a good seal with your natural teeth, and they can weaken teeth. Metal amalgam fillings also contain mercury, which is known to be highly toxic.
Cosmetic dentistry is about making sure your teeth are able to perform all their essential functions: including making a good impression when you smile. Health and beauty go hand in hand when it comes to your smile.
Porcelain veneers are the most powerful procedure in cosmetic dentistry. They can correct crooked teeth, gapped teeth, discolored teeth, chipped teeth, cracked teeth, and more. They can repair damaged teeth or give you the smile you’ve always dreamed of.
Cosmetic bonding is a quick and inexpensive alternative to porcelain veneers in many cases. Although not as long-lasting, cosmetic bonding can be used to treat gapped smiles, chipped teeth, and small teeth for a fraction of the cost.
Teeth can become discolored by many staining foods and beverages, such as coffee, tea, chocolate, and berries. Teeth whitening can remove many of these stains, giving you a dramatically whiter smile, either in our office in an hour or less, or with a take-home treatment.
Dental implants are a tooth replacement option that is very similar to your natural teeth. Like your natural teeth, they have both a tooth root that is anchored in the jawbone and an attractive crown on top. They look and function just like your natural teeth and don’t need any special care.
Strickland FOY Dentures™ are an advanced approach to quality dentures, using neuromuscular dentistry principles to create dentures that fully replace your teeth. They let you chew better, smile prettier, and look younger with better support of facial tissues than is offered by traditional dentures.
Sleep apnea is a condition where your breathing stops at night. This can happen hundreds of times a night, interfering with your sleep and damaging your heart and brain, even though you may not be aware of it. There are many treatment options available, though your doctor may only tell you about one or a few of them.
TMJ disorder occurs when the teeth, bones, and soft tissue of your jaw don’t work harmoniously together. It can result in widespread effects, from tooth damage to jaw joint damage to headaches to tingling fingers.
Mouthguards have come a long way in the last few of years. They are used by amateurs and professionals to protect the teeth from trauma, as well as help achieve maximum potential in balance, speed, and strength.