Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

Are you someone who loves coffee, tea, cola, and the occasional glass of red wine? If you answered yes, then you are not alone, as all of these choices are some of the most popular beverages consumed daily. You may or may not realize that these beverages all have something in common—the potential to stain your teeth. If you are unhappy with the appearance and color of your teeth, we can help you. Continue reading to learn more about a popular dental treatment that is sure to brighten your smile.

Are you unhappy with the appearance of your front teeth but are nervous about making a change? Or do you long for a picture-perfect smile but don’t want your teeth to look unnatural? We offer a non-invasive, popular cosmetic treatment that can greatly improve your smile. The best part is that your teeth will look beautiful and will naturally blend in with your other teeth. Interested to learn which treatment we are referring to? Continue reading to find out about the amazing benefits of this popular treatment plan.

At Premier Dental Care, we are concerned with the overall health of your teeth, bones, and body. We use restorative dentistry to repair or reconstruct a problem area in your mouth. Restorative dentistry is the term used to explain the procedures that are needed to keep your teeth healthy and functioning and can include procedures...

Are you feeling a sense of embarrassment and a lack of self-confidence over the state of your teeth? Do you enjoy wearing a mask because it covers up the smile that you long to hide?

Although many of us are ready to bid adieu to 2020 due to the crazy year we have had, it is hard to believe that December is here and we are in the midst of planning for the holiday season. The past few months have been full of stressful and uncertain times. Many have been working from home, virtual schooling, planning out grocery store trips to find toilet paper, and other life events that seem like they are part of a movie plot. With all of the craziness that you have been dealing with this year, it is the perfect time to do something special for yourself and make the smile of your dreams become a reality. Read on to learn about the different methods we offer to improve your smile.

Over time, changes to your jaw can cause dentures to stop fitting like they use to, causing discomfort and disrupting your ability to speak or chew food. However, you don’t have to live with ill-fitting dentures. If you or anyone you know has dentures that don’t fit well, we want you to know there is a solution: denture relining.

Whether you’ve been living with a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth for a long time or are just now facing this dental condition, a dental implant is a complete missing tooth restoration treatment that has been quite successful for many patients. Not only does it restore the look and function of a tooth, it’s also permanent, and the long lasting quality means that patients don’t have to worry about having to replace a prosthetic down the road.

Instead of a spa day or buying the latest tech gadget, consider a treatment that will boost your confidence and have lasting results. Read on to find out more.

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells made of porcelain or resin composite materials that are used in cosmetic dentistry to correct the appearance of teeth. Veneers are attached to the front surface of the teeth in order to improve their color, size and shape. Veneers also strengthen and replace damaged enamel, as enamel does not grow back. People who have chipped, stained, broken, or small teeth find that veneers effectively transform the look of their teeth giving them a pleasing smile.

Did you know that teeth are stronger than steel? Unfortunately, they can break much easier, though. Cracks in the tooth can happen for many reasons, however, some patients don’t even know they have this condition. Read more to find out about this common dental issue.

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