Unhealthy habits often seem benign, producing nearly undetectable changes to our bodies for a long time. But a little bit of damage leads to a little bit more, and the impact often shows after irreversible problems develop. As the hardest substance in your body, teeth can handle a lot of wear and tear.
If the color of your teeth isn’t as bright as the whites of your eyes, it may be time to consider brightening your smile. Teeth whitening is simple, effective, and safe...as long as it’s done properly with quality products and methods. Take a look at 5 common myths you need to debunk to get it right.
A recent survey simply asked: “Do you consider a smile to be an important social asset?” Only 0.3% of the respondents indicated they didn’t think a smile held significant social value! So it almost goes without saying...your smile carries a lot of weight. Discover one simple way you can dramatically lift your smile to a new level. And you’ll be surprised how quickly and affordably you can do it!
In this crazy economy and unstable time, our patients have not been able to get the dental treatment they need and want. Some have lost their jobs or insurance and are now out trying to get new jobs. Unfortunately, theworld can be a cruel place to judge and make assumptions about people skills and intelligence based on their teeth and smile. The snap on smile has been an amazing solution to so many people. While it will not “fix” all your dental needs it serves as a great long term temporary solution.
Do you suffer from crooked teeth? Difficulty cleaning? collecting a lot of food because of rotated teeth? Invisalign is a wonderful option. Invisalign is clear braces, that works just like the traditional braces but are clear and removable. The benefits of Invisalign vs traditional is easier to clean because they come in and out, they are clear no metal brackets, and usually the same or less time than traditional braces.
More than 40 million Americans are estimated to suffer from sleep breathing disorder and more than 20 million suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). 93% of woman and 82% of men with Sleep Apnea remain undiagnosed. OSA is a physical condition caused by the airway to collapse resulting in an interruption in breathing that lasts longer than 10 seconds. Breathing problems for as little as 11 minutes a night DOUBLE the risk of death.