Brushing & Flossing
Maintaining a regular oral health care routine that includes brushing twice a day and flossing once a day are great ways to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Hear more about what other things you can do to ensure a lifetime of beautiful and healthy smiles.
Over the last 50 years, materials used to help restore decayed teeth have advanced. Composites, or white fillings, are designed to match the color of your teeth and can be used to give you a more natural-looking smile. Speak with your dentist to decide which treatment option is best for you.
Dentists: Doctors of Health
A dentist is a doctor who specializes in oral health. They diagnose diseases of the mouth, create treatment plans, promote oral health, monitor development, perform surgical procedures and manage emergency care. Hear more about how dentists play an important role in helping you to maintain a beautiful and healthy mouth.
Aging & Cosmetic Dentistry
You’re never too old to improve your smile. With age, teeth sometimes become discolored, worn or chipped, or other damage may occur. Find out how treatment options like tooth whitening, veneers, tooth-colored fillings or dental implants can make your smile look years younger.
These days, there’s no reason to settle for a smile that’s less than ideal. Bonding is a dental technique that can improve the appearance of teeth by repairing chips, cracks, stains or gaps. Learn more and talk with your dentist to find out if bonding is right for you.