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Put Your Best Smile Forward This Wedding Season!

Your wedding is right around the corner. You’ve been dreaming of it, planning for it, preparing for it. From the dress to your hair to your smile, it’s important to look perfect. And for you, part of looking perfect may mean checking out a cosmetic dentist in Concord for some teeth whitening. After all, many of the photos of you and your spouse will be up close and personal. Short of putting your face on a billboard, there will be few occasions where your face and your smile will get the kind of scrutiny. If you’re considering having this procedure done before your big day, here...

Maintaining Your Beautiful White Teeth with the Help of Our Concord Dentist

Having pearly white teeth is a great reason to smile and is a great confidence boost. Keeping those teeth nice and white doesn’t have to be difficult if you keep these tips in mind during your daily routine in addition to visiting our Concord cosmetic dentist for professional services. 1. Avoid foods that stain. Certain foods stain your teeth and take away from their brightness. These include coffee, tea, red wine and dark sodas. If you do want to drink these, it’s best to use a straw to bypass your teeth. Brush immediately after consuming any of these to prevent stains from forming. 2. Use...

I Want To Whiten My Teeth, But Is It Really Safe?

Teeth whitening used to be only in the domain of movie stars and their glamorous white smiles, but due to recent demand by the average person, teeth whitening is now a very popular cosmetic procedure. Your teeth get exposed to a variety of foods, drinks, and other substances that stain them, and you’ve probably noticed that your teeth have a yellow tinge to them. The teeth whitening solutions available at Concord Cosmetic Dentist could be the answer for you. They are safe, effective, and can really enhance your appearance. Common Causes of Yellow Teeth There are plenty of culprits for creating...

How Will Teeth Whitening Benefit Me and My Family?

There are many benefits of having white teeth. From being able to make that dynamic first impression to feeling more confident, a set of perfectly pearly whites can do wonders for just about anyone. However, not everyone has a set of shining white teeth. That’s where teeth whitening comes in. Visiting a reputable teeth whitening dentist can help set you and your family on the path to obtaining the bright white smile you have always dreamed of. Here is how teeth whitening can benefit you and your family. Improves Attractiveness It is no secret that white teeth are associated with beauty and...

Here Is How You Can Maintain Your New Whitened Smile

Our local Concord dentist can whiten your teeth, but you’ll be the one taking care of them when you leave his chair. You’ll want to make sure you don’t stain them again after your dental whitening, which means focusing on home care. Here is what you need to do to keep your smile as bright as it is right after a teeth whitening. Brush After Potential Stains You should, of course, brush and floss at least twice a day, but you should also brush after staining foods and beverages. Coffee, wine, tea. berries, tomato sauce and other dark foods all stain teeth. Brushing immediately after...

Forget About Coffee Stains On Your Teeth. Our Concord Dentists Are Here To Help!

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the entire world. Every day, people wake up to the soothing aroma and taste of freshly brewed coffee, and drink several cups to give their day a tasty and invigorating start. It’s a delicious way to start the day, but it does come with a price: Tooth stains. That Yellowed Look Coffee stains the teeth when it is consumed regularly, and it can dull the look of white teeth into a dark yellow. This look takes away from the appeal of a bright white smile, and can lessen a person’s attractiveness to others. What’s the use of sharing a big smile if...

Dental Implants: Are They Right for You?

If you are missing teeth, then it can be embarrassing you and you can have problems eating. If you are considering a dental implant, then there are certain factors to consider to see if you are an ideal candidate. There are Concord dentists that can provide the treatment safely and answer any questions you may have about the procedure. What are Dental Implants? A dental implant is a tooth root replacement, which works by binding to an artificial tooth. Unlike removable dentures, a dental implant works by fusing to bone, so it is a permanent way to replace a missing tooth. Is the Treatment Right...

The Problems Gum Disease Can Cause

Gum disease is a serious issue that affects many individuals. However, fewer people could suffer if they took the time to prevent gum disease earlier in. Part of the problem is that individuals, perhaps including yourself, do not realize all the problems that gum disease can cause. Pain in the Mouth If you speak with your general dentist, you will learn that gum disease can cause pain and discomfort in your mouth. Instead of enjoying all of your favorite foods, for example, you may have to curtail your diet. You may even discover that you have trouble speaking if the diseases progresses significantly. Disease...

Restoring Your Smile: Dental Bridges

Dental bridges got their name because they bridge the gap between teeth when one or several are missing. Dental bridges have evolved a great deal, like all dentistry today. The technology of bridgework offers several ways to support a bridge and provide teeth where they are missing. Here are three methods an experienced dentist will use to restore your smile. Crown bridge attachment If the teeth on each side of the space to be bridged are healthy, they can be crowned and the bridge supports attached to them. Parts of the teeth need to be removed and crowns placed, otherwise the attachment of the...

Gum Disease – The Most Common Way to Lose Teeth

Gum disease doesn’t seem very serious. After all, tooth decay is the major need for dental repair, isn’t it? Gum disease begins very subtly, and, unlike decay, doesn’t cause much discomfort at first. This is why gum disease can become very serious without a person being aware of the condition. A general dentist discovers gum disease through a routine cleaning treatment, but dental cleaning treatments may seem rather unnecessary if a person’s teeth appear to be in good condition. This is where the fallacy lies. Gum disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss. Gingivitis In...