How can cosmetic dentistry give you a bright, new smile?

Your smile impacts your life in so many ways that you might not even realize. There have been smile studies that show how smiling can improve your mood and well-being.  It can also produce actual feelings of pleasure. Having a bright smile can help you look younger, more welcoming, and even thinner. You do yourself…

How Vaping May Affect Your Oral Health

With the promise of fewer health risks, e-cigarettes and vaping have become very popular over the last few years. The idea that there may be fewer health hazards is appealing to many users. However, many people don’t realize that the chemicals used in e-cigarettes can present a hazard for oral health. Vaping doesn’t have the…

What You Need to Know About Tooth Extraction

 Getting a tooth pulled by a dentist in his office is most often referred to as a tooth extraction. It is usually done as an outpatient procedure except in extreme circumstances. Dentists will try to do all they can to save a natural tooth as that is ideal. However, sometimes it becomes necessary to completely…

Taking Care of Tooth Enamel

One of the best ways to keep your smile healthy and beautiful is to protect your tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is the surface of the teeth that protects the inside against decay. It’s going to wear down over time, that’s natural. But it’s important to protect it from things that can damage it. Once it’s…

Types of Mouthguards and Why Your Child Needs One

Whenever your child plays sports or takes part in other active recreational activities, it is critical that he or she does so with a mouthguard. There are three types of mouthguards which will be described. This is a very important piece of safety equipment that can help protect your child’s teeth, jaw, and mouth. There…

Treating a Cracked Tooth

Knocking a tooth out or chipping a tooth are obvious injuries that need to be addressed. There’s no question they occurred. But a cracked tooth may be easy to overlook. However, it is still a problem that needs to be addressed quickly by your Marietta, GA dentist. Since cracks in teeth are often invisible to…