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What Is A Composite Filling?

Fillings are a common part of the dental experience, with patients who need them getting to decide between the classic amalgam filling and a composite one. One of the first questions many patients ask is what the difference is between the two, and which will be the best choice for their oral health. Fillings have…

Botox and Dermal Fillers

Recent decades have led to extraordinary advancements in cosmetic treatments as technology makes it possible to achieve things that have never been possible before. With this advancing technology comes a rapid growth of ever-changing terminology that can be difficult for experts, let alone layman, to keep up with. Among these advancements are a series of…

The Alzheimer’s-Oral Health Connection

There’s been a growing body of research that indicates that oral health has a more significant impact on the overall health of individuals than had previously been appreciated, and some of the most recent data suggests that there is a strong correlation between oral health and occurrences of Alzheimer’s.  It’s understandable if you suspected that…

How Oral Health Impacts Overall Health

When we start thinking about dental health, we’re usually concerned with issues like cavities, gingivitis, needing fillings, crowns, or root canals.  We don’t usually consider the implications that having poor dental health can have for our overall health, or what effects our overall health can have on our dental health.  While avoiding the issues mentioned…

Congenitally Missing Teeth and Treatment Options

For most people missing teeth are the result of poor dental hygiene or traumatic accidents that make it necessary to perform an extraction.  For some, however, missing teeth are the result of a condition known as ‘hypodontia’, which refers to a congenital condition in which teeth fail to grow in or develop.  Thankfully there are…

Treatment Options for a Gummy Smile

A dazzling smile is composed of several different elements. While, white teeth that are perfectly aligned make up the most commonly recognized components of a beautiful smile, they are not the sole contributing factor. Just as important as having white, straight teeth is also having teeth that are shaped and size proportionately to your face…

Gingival recession

Gingival recession, or gum recession, is a common dental condition that can occur at any time. This process is characterized by the gums pulling back from their normal location, exposing the tooth’s root. When the root becomes exposed, tooth sensitivity to temperature increases causing discomfort or pain to occur when the tooth is subjected to…

Am I A Candidate For Veneers

There’s something about a winning smile that can make an incredible first impression, but when you have less than perfect teeth you may not have the confidence of flashing your pearly whites. Being embarrassed about your smile isn’t good for your self-confidence, but thankfully there are ways to restore your beautiful smile and make it…

Teeth Whitening Dental Troy MI in 20 Minutes Only

A bright, white smile is something that most men and women want. A beautiful smile gives you confidence and makes you feel like a million bucks. Unfortunately, today’s busy lifestyle makes accomplishing the smile you’ve always wanted more difficult. After all, red wine, coffee, and habits like smoking all stain your teeth. Most don’t want…

Porcelain Veneers

If there’s one thing most people want it’s a lovely smile. Your smile is the first thing people notice about you and makes a huge difference in how you interact with people, your confidence, and their perception of you. Unfortunately, a bright smile isn’t always a reality. Patients who excessively grind their teeth and even…

Invisalign in Troy, Michigan

There’s nothing quite like a beautiful smile, with straight pearly whites greeting those treated to your smile. Crooked teeth, under and overbites, and other dental concerns can have a marked impact on your confidence levels. Braces can help you to correct your smile, restore your confidence, and of course ensure good oral health. Teeth that…

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