3 Natural Ingredients To Whiten Your Teeth And Help Improve Your Appearance

The appearance of your teeth is one of the first things people notice about you, and it can affect their first impression of you for good or bad. Cosmetic dental procedures and treatments to improve the alignment and appearance of your teeth and to lighten the coloring of your tooth enamel are a big part of today's social culture, geared toward looking more attractive and improving your physical appearance. Here are three natural ingredients you can use to whiten and improve the appearance of your teeth at home, on your own. Read More 

Are No-Prep Veneers Right For You?

Veneers can correct quite a few cosmetic dental problems to help improve your smile. However, there are a couple of different types of veneers, one of which requires little to none of the usual preparations to install, reducing installation and healing times. Here's more information about these veneers to help you decide if they're right for you. Regular vs. No-Prep Veneers With regular veneers, the dentist takes off a layer of enamel (usually around 0. Read More 

High School Seniors: Benefits And Uses For Cosmetic Dentistry Before Graduation

The final year of high school is an important one for many students. Along with your last year of learning, the time is spent in a number of activities that are special to the seniors. When looking back on your senior year, you want it to be filled with good memories, happy smiles, and no regrets. One way to help get through your senior year with all of these feelings is by visiting a cosmetic dentist at a clinic like TLC Dental Center. Read More 

Root Canal Aftercare Mistakes to Avoid

If you have an infection in one of your teeth, then you will likely need to have a root canal completed. Root canals are typically straightforward procedures. However, you will need to care for your tooth properly once the treatment is over. If you make a mistake with aftercare, then your dentist may need to complete more invasive treatments, or your tooth may need to be pulled. To avoid this problem, learn about some of the post–root canal mistakes you may make and also how you can avoid them. Read More 

How To Help Treat Your Canker Sore Issue

If you worry about overall health, then your oral health is likely a concern of yours as well. Canker sores are one problem you may need to address. Canker sores are typically not serious, and unlike cold sores, they are not contagious. The sores are shallow and small ulcers on the cheeks or gums, and they are caused by stress, spicy foods, sharp teeth, or general injury. While canker sores are not likely to lead to cavities, gingivitis, and other serious health issues, they may stop you from cleaning the mouth as well as you should. Read More