Faster and more cost-effective than dental implants and crowns, dental bonding can restore your tooth and your smile in one short visit.
Gone are the days of cold, drab dental offices with antiquated technology seemingly designed to raise anxiety levels among patients. The modern dental experience is driven by comfort, precision, and solutions that both beautify and maximize oral health at the same time.
For children and parents, sometimes a trip to the dentist can feel like grade-card time at school. You’ll soon find out how well you did over the last six months. And, unlike a test in school, you can’t cram for a dental exam. Last minute brushing and flossing will not fix a cavity that has developed over time.
Losing a baby tooth as a child can be an exciting event that leads to money appearing under your pillow. However, as an adult, losing a permanent tooth can be embarrassing and make you self-conscious about your smile. Whether it falls out or is extracted by a dental professional, a missing tooth or missing teeth may also signify serious oral health issues.
According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, cosmetic treatment continues to gain popularity in America. More and more people are taking advantage of dental innovations and technological advancements to beautify their smile. From professional whitening to tooth replacement to complete smile makeovers, options abound to craft remarkable smiles.
What if you could transform your smile in as few as two visits to the Murray Dental Group?With the advent of modern dental technologies, there are many options today to improve your smile.
Tooth loss is a serious problem in the United States. Some estimate that as high as 100 million adults have lost at least one tooth. As dental implants continue to grow in popularity today, so do the misconceptions that surround them.
Here are a couple of fun facts about New Year’s Resolutions as we begin the 2019. Topping the resolution’s chart every year is a commitment to get more exercise. Gyms and workout facilities love this time of year as people kick off their new campaigns. Unfortunately, after three months, dedication falters as half of all resolutions have kicked the bucket.
The holidays typically bring family and friends together for parties and celebrations. That means greeting people, engaging in face-to-face conversations, hugs, laughter, and sharing memories.
“Did you brush your teeth?” It’s a question all parents have asked their children. Because we realize the value of healthy teeth and a beautiful smile, we want them to learn to care for their teeth every day. Here are some simple but effective ideas from the Murray Dental Group to help you develop good oral healthcare habits in your children.