05 Oct

The Snap-On Smile: Be Proud of Your Teeth

Few adults are completely satisfied with the appearance of their natural teeth. What do you dislike about your own teeth? Are they crooked? Discolored? Perhaps you have gaps between your teeth or a few teeth have fallen out. Whatever it is that prevents you from smiling with pride, the Snap-On Smile can fix it. This patented and painless technology gives you a smile makeover in just minutes.  

How Does the Snap-On Smile Deliver Results?

The Snap-On Smile is best for patients who need restorative dental treatment but can’t afford the costs or aren’t ready to devote the time and effort required for such a comprehensive procedure. This temporary removable tooth solution is made of high-tech dental resin to form a thin yet strong band of teeth. The Snap-On Smile fits right over existing teeth to create the look of a flawless smile. Read More

11 Mar

Yes, You Can Save Your Mouth, Even Without Insurance

As the past few months in politics have proven, health insurance is not an issue to be taken lightly. Amazingly enough, in the countless discussions that have taken place over healthcare, dental insurance has never been mentioned as a concern. This is despite the fact that poor oral health can lead to rapid decline of overall physical health and wellness. Millions of Americans each year struggle to obtain the dental care they need due to a lack of insurance or coverage, but the good news is that many different dental offices offer payment plans and discounts for patients paying out of pocket. This makes it possible for all people in all insurance situations to seek the help they need. Read More

10 Mar

How You Can Benefit From Tooth Colored Restoration

smile teethFar too many people feel embarrassed to smile due to teeth that have fallen into disrepair. Dental advancements have come such a long way in the past few decades that there’s no reason not to pursue tooth colored restorations to repair damaged and unsightly teeth.

What Are Tooth Colored Restorations?

Also known as white fillings and composite bonding, these restorations are often used to fill cavities, strengthen fractured teeth, replace silver or mercury filings, and reshape disfigured teeth.  Read More