Are you unhappy with your smile and would love to make a change? Our office offers a variety of cosmetic dentistry treatments to improve problem areas with your mouth and help you love your smile again. Now is the perfect time to make a change so you can enjoy your beautiful new smile before the start of the holiday season. Interested in learning which treatments we offer? Read on to learn more and to see which treatments might best benefit your smile.
Would you love to make improvements to your smile? If you have been less than thrilled with the appearance of your smile, we can help. Aside from routine hygiene examinations and restorative dentistry treatments, we can also make changes to your smile with one of the cosmetic dentistry treatments we offer. Cosmetic dentistry can improve teeth that are severely stained, discolored, worn, chipped, broken, misshapen, or have gaps between them. If you are interested in learning more about the treatments and the many benefits they offer, continue reading.
There is one word for summer in Alabama—hot! People will do just about anything to cool off during hot summer days. One method that always brings patients running to our office is chewing on ice. What might seem like a harmless way to cool down can wreak havoc on teeth. Chewing on ice, or any hard substance for that matter, is one of the leading ways to crack your teeth. While the enamel on the outside of your teeth is the strongest substance in the body, it isn’t indestructible. If you realize you have cracked a tooth, it is important to contact us at Parkside Dental Care immediately.
At Parkside Dental Care, we want to help you get the smile of your dreams. We offer a number of cosmetic dentistry options that can improve the aesthetic appearance as well as the function of your teeth and smile. We have a number of patients who are concerned with the appearance of their front teeth. Issues such as chips, cracks, severe staining, the appearance of being worn, gaps between teeth, and teeth that are not shaped properly can leave patients feeling self-conscious and unwilling to smile or show their teeth. Luckily, we offer two wonderful treatments that can help improve these imperfections — dental veneers and dental bonding.