Veneers: What Issues Can They Solve?

Veneers: What Issues Can They Solve?

A study commissioned by the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) discovered that more than one-third of Americans are unhappy with the appearance of their smile. Luckily, there are options for those who wish for a more aesthetically pleasing look. If you are...
Cosmetic Bonding: What Issues Can It Solve?

Cosmetic Bonding: What Issues Can It Solve?

Cosmetic bonding is a popular treatment option for teeth because it helps to preserve the original tooth enamel and dentin. It’s usually used for cosmetic purposes in order to help improve the look of teeth that are discolored or chipped, helping to enhance the...
Benefits of Water Fluoridation

Benefits of Water Fluoridation

If you live in Montrose, CO or any area serviced by the Project 7 Water Treatment Facility, you should know that your water is no longer being fluoridated. While doctors and dentists alike recommend drinking fluoridated water, there has been some question about its...
911 for Your Mouth: Dealing with Dental Emergencies

911 for Your Mouth: Dealing with Dental Emergencies

When is a dental issue an emergency? There is no pain quite like a toothache, and it can be fairly alarming to feel such a sensation. What if there is no pain at all, but there are other worrying symptoms? Here is what you need to know when you might be faced with a...
5 Easy Steps to Defeating Tartar Accumulation

5 Easy Steps to Defeating Tartar Accumulation

Regardless of how rigorous your preventative dental care may be, bacteria will still be present in your mouth. After eating and drinking there will always be some residue left behind, even with strict brushing and flossing. In time, if not removed, that residue will...
3 Ways Your Bite Affects Overall Mouth Health

3 Ways Your Bite Affects Overall Mouth Health

Occlusion, or the way your upper and lower teeth fit together, is more important than many people realize. In fact, a proper bite ensures your teeth come together in a way that doesn’t cause damage to your jaw or tooth enamel. A bite is considered normal when all back...