Month: January 2021

A Cosmetic Solution To Misalignment

Did you know we can use cosmetic dentistry for more than just erasing teeth stains or repairing minor damage? For those with minor misalignment, including crooked, crowded, or overlapping teeth, your Kansas City, MO, dentist will create a series of aligners from a BPA-free plastic! In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we… Read more »

How Do We Create Lifelike Porcelain Veneers?

We’ve talked a lot about cosmetic dentistry lately, discussing whitening and bonding and how they address specific portions of your smile. But what if we had an option that offers a complete smile makeover for many patients? In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist looks at the benefits of our porcelain veneers.

Effective Cosmetic Repair With Dental Bonding

Teeth whitening is not the only option we have to improve smile beauty. As part of our cosmetic treatment options, we also offer dental bonding and contouring. These esthetic treatments only take one visit to complete, and allow your Kansas City, MO, dentist the ability to improve the beauty of your smile!

Can I Brighten My Smile From My House?

When you think about at-home teeth whitening, you probably image those whitening strips or maybe a toothpaste with peroxide ingredients. However, your Kansas City, MO, dentist can offer an option you can use from home that promises significantly brighter teeth, and results that last for many months to come!

The Importance Of Tooth Extraction

While we have a number of lifelike and durable dental restorations to repair and treat a tooth, sometimes to preserve the health of a smile as a whole we need to actually extract a tooth. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist will explain how extract teeth, and how being one of the few… Read more »

Don’t Lose Your Tooth To An Infection!

Dental infection could be a source of major discomfort, and over time, even the loss of the tooth. To avoid tooth loss, you need treatment. Using root canal therapy, your Kansas City, MO, dentist can remove infected tissues and restore your tooth to full function, health, and beauty.