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Dental Bonding FAQs

What Is Dental Bonding? An amazingly versatile treatment to restore or cosmetically enhance your teeth. What is dental bonding? It sounds like making friends with your dentist, but it's actually a whole lot better than that! Bonding is a type of material that we use for many applications. It consists of a special composite resin [...]

Dental Bonding FAQs2021-06-12T16:34:03+00:00

Broken Tooth Treatment In St. Clair Shores, MI

Broken Tooth? It's A Dental Emergency Why every broken tooth needs treatment as soon as possible. When you suddenly break a tooth, it's always a dental emergency. Sometimes your first inclination is to avoid treatment due to cost, lack of insurance, fear of the dentist, or other reasons. However, you may be risking more severe [...]

Broken Tooth Treatment In St. Clair Shores, MI2020-12-29T23:14:29+00:00

Do You Have A Chipped Tooth?

Repair a Chipped Tooth We can help restore your perfect smile! When you have a chipped tooth, it may initially be a shocking and distressing situation. However, especially for minor damage, there is usually little to no pain involved, and you're in no immediate danger. A chipped tooth may result from any traumatic blow to [...]

Do You Have A Chipped Tooth?2020-11-17T00:30:36+00:00

The Anatomy of a “Perfect” Smile

You've probably noticed that a friendly greeting (along with a bright smile) usually gets a smile in response! It's a good feeling we humans are lucky to share. But, what exactly composes a fine smile? What Makes Teeth Beautiful? The Smile Line There are dimensions to the ideal smile that dentists work to achieve. In [...]

The Anatomy of a “Perfect” Smile2019-08-13T08:00:33+00:00

All About Bonding

Improving the smiles and self-esteem of our patients is one of the best parts of our job. And often this requires the use of dental bonding, a painless and easy way to restore damaged teeth, or just to improve appearance. A thin layer of liquid resin is simply brushed onto the tooth and cured with [...]

All About Bonding2018-01-23T08:00:51+00:00

Today’s Improvements in Dentistry

There's a bright new trend in dental offices these days: more people are scheduling appointments because they want to, not because they have to. Dentistry just isn't the same anymore. In the past decades we've seen the development of materials and procedures that would be unimaginable to our predecessors. So if you know someone who [...]

Today’s Improvements in Dentistry2017-10-10T00:00:41+00:00

Changing Smiles by Bonding

Skill, Technology, and a little "Magic" With the wonderful age of dental bonding, teeth can be made healthy and beautiful in most cases without multiple appointments, anesthesia, temporaries and at less expense than crowns. Magic? Not really. Bonding techniques have been around for years, and improvements in dental materials have made it one of the [...]

Changing Smiles by Bonding2017-07-11T00:00:14+00:00

Your Teeth Age Too!

Special Concerns for Older Adults Along with those gray hairs and inevitable smile lines, your mouth undergoes natural changes over the years, as well. Among them: Cutting edge of teeth are worn flat by chewing or grinding. Remember to keep regularly scheduled hygiene appointments to check for cavities. Consider dental sealants to prevent decay, or [...]

Your Teeth Age Too!2017-05-16T00:00:58+00:00

Older and Healthy…a Natural Match

The words "aging" and "healthy" don't have to be either/or propositions. Fact is, in some ways we grow healthier as we age. We've built up so many antibodies that our resistance to virus increases. Years of brushing with fluoride toothpaste actually strengthens tooth enamel. A little effort on your part now can help insure you'll [...]

Older and Healthy…a Natural Match2017-02-07T00:00:15+00:00

Root Surface Caries

We are Growing Older... As the population ages—more gracefully than ever, of course— we're keeping more teeth. Along with wisdom and experience, however, come different health problems. Among them, cavities on the surface of the tooth root, what we call root caries. Growing up, most decay is found on the surface of teeth, usually the [...]

Root Surface Caries2016-03-15T00:00:01+00:00