A chipped tooth refers to the complete fracture of part of the tooth structure. In the anterior (front) region of the mouth, it is most often caused by physical trauma. A fractured tooth raises several causes for concern beyond the aesthetic realm. The condition of…

Dental crowns are used to restore missing (congenital or otherwise) teeth or to repair those in significant disrepair. Teeth that become damaged due to decay or physical trauma that cannot be repaired using conventional fillings or other restorations are often good candidates for crowns. Furthermore,…

Dental veneers are the cornerstone of a successful smile makeover. Veneers are bonded to the facial plane of a tooth’s surface to correct irregular shade, shape, emergence angle, alignment and/or spacing. Treatment can be completed within one or two appointments depending on the type of…

Modern-day dental patients consider front tooth gaps to be unsightly. Fortunately, this issue can be addressed through orthodontics and other disciplines in dentistry. Your preference for cost, treatment timeframe, degree of tooth preservation and other factors will determine the most suitable form of treatment. This…