A New Smile Was the Best Investment of My Life

A New Smile Was the Best Investment of My Life

  • Zygomatic Dental Implants: What Are They And Do You Need Them?

    If you lost all of your upper front teeth in the past, you may want to replace them with traditional dental implants soon. But if your upper jawbone is too thin to support traditional implants, you may choose to wear upper dentures instead. You don't need to replace your teeth with dentures—you can replace your missing teeth with zygomatic dental implants. Learn more about zygomatic dental implants and how to qualify for these teeth replacements below.

  • 3 Signs You Need A Dental Implant Reinstallation

    Though dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth, there are some instances where they fail. If your dental implant fails or starts causing issues, it is advisable to have it reinstalled by a periodontist.  Learn about the signs of a failing dental implant so that you can have it fixed or reinstalled before it starts causing issues.  Here are three signs your dental implant needs reinstalling.  1. Wobbling

  • Underbites In Pediatric Dentistry: Everything You Need To Know

    Addressing your child's underbite is crucial for their development. Underbites have a lot of different causes and treatment options available, but many parents are uncertain where to begin with treatment for an underbite. If your child has been diagnosed with an underbite, here's what you need to know. First, What Is an Underbite?  An underbite is a type of malocclusion, also known as a bad bite. When someone has an underbite, their lower teeth protrude past their upper teeth.

  • Tips When Using Dental Cleaning Services For The First Time

    If you have plaque or even tartar on your teeth, it may be necessary to go to a dentist and benefit from professional cleaning services. You'll just want to remember these tips when using these services for the first time: Ask For Numbing Gel If You Are Worried About Pain/Discomfort There are some patients that feel anxious about the type of pain they may feel when having their teeth cleaned. If you're one of these individuals, then it's a good idea to ask your dentist for some numbing gel.

  • Filling, Dental Crowns, and More: What You Need to Know About Restorations

    What are dental restorations? Your dentist can do much more than clean your teeth. Regular dental check-ups may reveal issues such as cavities and cracks. As the name implies, a restoration can restore (or repair) dental damage. If you want to know more about the most common dental restorations, such as fillings, implants, dental crowns, and more, take a look at the top questions patients have answered. Are Fillings Restorations?

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About Me
A New Smile Was the Best Investment of My Life

I grew up in a home with parents who did not insist on good dental hygiene. By the time I was old enough to know better, some damage had already been done. I had many cavities, crooked teeth, and some discoloration on my teeth. I knew it would not be easy to take my smile from where it was to where it is today, but I was determined to finally have nice teeth. I visited a dentist who was very nice and never judged me. We made a dental plan together. Spreading the procedures out over time made it much easier to afford them. I now have almost perfect teeth after all that hard work! I created this blog to help others who have dental problems that stem from bad childhood habits know there is hope! It is never too late to start seeing the dentist!