Tooth enamel may be incredibly strong, but unfortunately, it’s not invincible. Sometimes the wrong bite on something hard or an accident can leave you with a broken tooth. Read our blog to learn how Smiles Dental can fix that up for you to protect your oral health.
Happy Valentine’s Day from Smiles Dental! We’ve got some suggestions for tooth-friendly treats that your loved ones will still enjoy. We’ve also got suggestions for showing love to your smile. Come see us for preventive care or teeth whitening!
Clear aligners remove the discomfort associated with traditional braces while still giving you the straight smile you desire. Custom-made, computer-generated aligners gently move your teeth into place. Call us today to set up a consultation.
Make 2020 the year that you treat yourself to an upgraded smile. If you want a realistic and long-lasting way to correct imperfections in your smile, then porcelain veneers are a great solution. Read our blog for more info.
Read our blog to learn some of the natural ways you can whiten up your teeth. If you want them even whiter, professional whitening is the way to go. We offer both in office and take home options. Call us today to learn more.
Do you have crooked or crowded teeth but don’t want to wear metal braces? Then clear aligner therapy might be the ideal solution for you. Read our blog post where we go over the benefits of clear aligner options along with ways to tell that they’re the right solution for you.
You trust your dentist to take care of your teeth, look after your gums, and make sure you have a beautiful, healthy smile in general. So how does BOTOX fit in? Read our blog post for a look at dentist provided BOTOX injections.
If you’re hiding your smile because you’re embarrassed about stained or crooked teeth, dental veneers may be able to deliver the smile of your dreams. Check out our blog post to learn how veneers can transform your smile!
If you’re looking to whiten your smile, you have a choice between going to a dental professional to get a teeth whitening procedure done or purchasing one of those at-home kits from a drugstore or grocery store. Read our blog post to help you decide the best option for you!