As you sit at home in quarantine, you’re undoubtedly spending plenty of time online. Maybe you’re taking this opportunity to tweak your profile on LinkedIn. Have you also given your accompanying photo some love? The way you present yourself professionally goes beyond education and experience. If you have a broken-down smile, it could be negatively impacting your LinkedIn profile and your career opportunities. Cosmetic dentistry can make all the difference.
A smile makeover should bring you joy. When it’s complete, you should have flawless, natural-looking teeth that look and work beautifully. Unfortunately, some people have the bad fortune of winding up with less-than-perfect veneers. Whether the dentist they chose underperformed or overpromised, when the results aren’t great it’s devastating. The good news? With help from the right Johns Creek cosmetic dentist, those bad veneers can be repaired.
One of the precautions recommended by the CDC in protecting against coronavirus is to avoid touching your face. The goal is to keep your hands off the places where respiratory disease can be spread – your eyes, nose… and mouth. What does that mean for flossing? Nothing. You should still be doing it. Your Johns Creek dentist tells you how and why.
You’re ready to straighten your smile and you know you have options. After plenty of research, you’ve narrowed it down to porcelain veneers and Invisalign. Now it’s time to weigh the two and prepare yourself for a consultation with your Johns Creek cosmetic dentist. Both veneers and Invisalign will give you a straight, gorgeous smile, but one might be the better choice for your lifestyle and oral health.
Close to half of all adults in the United States over the age of 30 are living with some form of gum disease – and plenty of them don’t even know it. The early stages of gum disease can be difficult to identify if you’re not looking for them, but it’s a problem that you never want to overlook.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, a time dedicated to teaching kids (and parents) the importance of maintaining good oral health and preventing cavities. The American Dental Association takes pediatric dental care seriously – and so does your Johns Creek family dentist, who is determined to set every child up for a lifetime of strong teeth and healthy gums.
If you’re looking for something to do for yourself this Valentine’s Day – because we can all do a better job of taking care of ourselves – then put your oral health at the top of the list. Here are just a handful of ways you can show your teeth some love (and maybe even find love in the process).
National Toothache Day is on February 9, 2020. While toothaches are certainly nothing to celebrate, it is important to be reminded about their existence – and how important it is to try and avoid an aching tooth at all costs. Your Johns Creek dentist sees this day as an opportunity to highlight good oral health habits, so you never face a toothache.
Professional teeth whitening remains a popular cosmetic dentistry treatment because it’s fast and it works. When you have teeth that can be whitened, this is one choice you’ll never regret making. White teeth help you look healthier and happier, and they brighten up your entire appearance. Find out the basics about teeth whitening and whether you might be a good candidate for this smile makeover.
It’s dark. It’s cold. It’s the time of year when even people living in the south can get depressed. Experts believe that seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is triggered when our bodies have less exposure to natural light. Not only does this give you the blues, it can lead to poor oral health. Teeth are not self-cleaning and require daily care – find out why it’s critical to avoid letting depression get in the way of how you tend to your teeth and gums.