dental veneers

Consider Veneers for a Perfect Smile

Are you unhappy with the appearance of your teeth? Do you struggle with chipped, stained, or misaligned teeth? Are braces not an ideal option for you? Then dental veneers may be the perfect solution. Dental veneers are a thin shell of either porcelain or composite resin that cover the outer layer of your teeth. They…

chipped tooth

Problems With a Chipped Tooth

A chipped tooth is common for both adults and children, and it is quite easy to chip a tooth despite enamel being the hardest, most mineralized tissue of the body. Other than biting something hard or falling and hitting your mouth at the right angle, dental conditions like tooth decay or bruxism can also cause…

Can Flying Give me a Toothache

Can Flying Give me a Toothache?

Unfortunately, yes, flying can give you a toothache. Once the plane leaves the tarmac and starts to climb, your teeth become sensitive and you can develop a growing pain. If you had oral problems prior to the flight, they may become worse in-flight, but you may also notice some tooth pain for the first time.…

Adult Cavities | Aesthetic Dentistry

What to Expect at Your Dental Check-Up

Regular checkups are a critical part of keeping your mouth and overall health in check. If you haven’t been the dentist in a long time, you’re seeing a dentist for the first time, or you’ve relocated to a new area, a refresher on what to expect at your next check-up is great to have. Let…

Prevent Dry Mouth While Sleeping

Millions of people experience dry mouth at some point in their lives. If you are one of those millions, you know night time is generally the worst, waking up parched. Without relief it can be uncomfortable and frustrating. Dry mouth is annoying and can be painful. If left untreated, chronic dry mouth can lead to…

Toothpaste

Choose the Right Toothpaste for Your Smile

The best way to choose the right toothpaste for you is to talk to your dentist at Aesthetic Dentistry – we understand your dental needs the best! However, here are some great things to remember when choosing a toothpaste yourself. The most important tip to remember: ALWAYS choose a toothpaste with ADA seal. Different toothpastes…