Everyone wants a healthy, white smile that can light up a room. If you aren’t happy with your teeth right now, what are some things you can do to improve their health and appearance? Check our our blog post tips for a whiter, healthier smile starting today!
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Bad breath can ruin anyone’s confidence. Whether you’re out on the town or working in an office, bad breath affects how much other people want to interact with you. Read our blog post to learn what causes bad breath and how you can combat it.
If you’ve lost teeth, you know how much your life can change. The loss of even just one tooth changes your bite, what you can eat, and your appearance. If you want to replace missing teeth and restore your smile, you have a handful of options. Check out our blog post to learn about mini dental implants.
Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. In its early stages, you might only notice mild symptoms. When it progresses, gum disease can have serious consequences. Read our blog post for everything you need to know about gum disease.
When you need to replace one or more missing teeth, you may choose between either dental implants or dentures. While both have benefits, you should educate yourself, so you can make an informed decision about which tooth replacement method is right for you. Read our blog post for help with this decision.
These days, there are more options than ever to get a straighter smile. While it’s great to have different choices, it can be hard to decide which option is best for you. Read our blog post where we’ve put together a list of pros and cons of Invisalign for teens and adults so patients in the Annapolis area can make an informed decision.
We don’t believe in one-size-fits-all treatment for our patients. When it comes to cavities, we use both dental fillings and dental crowns to treat patients. Check out our blog post for a look at how we decide which to use.
Did you know that as you age, your risk of tooth decay, cavities, and oral cancer increases? While your oral health needs may change, that doesn’t mean your smile has to suffer! We offer a variety of restorative treatments that can preserve and protect your smile. Read our blog post where we highlight the benefits of dentures.
Most of the work to achieve a healthy smile comes from you, not your dentist! While oral hygiene is very important, another key to a healthy smile is your diet. To help you make teeth-friendly choices, read our blog post for five foods to avoid for a healthy smile.
Whether your missing teeth are a recent occurrence or you’ve been living without them for years, the inconvenience is obvious. Check out our blog post to learn about dental bridges to replace missing teeth.