Uneven smiles, such as crooked and crowded teeth, could lead to a number of oral health complications. Many assume the only option to address uneven smiles is through metal orthodontics. However, we’re here to dispel this myth. We offer our Omaha, NE, patients a clear and comfortable alternative: Invisalign® and ClearCorrect™ clear aligners.
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You have a lot of choices for improving your smile, from teeth whitening to cosmetic dental bonding. But what if you have several different esthetic issues? Fortunately, we have a single cosmetic restoration that address multiple problems with a tooth’s shape and color. How does choosing veneers transform smiles in Omaha, NE? What does placing them involve?
What happens when you chip a tooth? If you have a damaged tooth, then you need a cosmetic restoration to improve your smile’s health and appearance. With cosmetic dental bonding, we repair smiles in Omaha, NE, in just one visit! How does the procedure work? What other cosmetic issues will dental bonding address?
We know how important a bright smile is for our patients in Omaha, NE. In order to remove discoloration, we help brighten smiles with two very different cosmetic treatments. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the difference between in-office and at-home teeth whitening procedures. Which one will be right for your smile?
The Centers for Disease Control studies show millions suffer from gum disease in the United States. Without treatment, the disease could lead to a greater risk of tooth loss. How do we reduce the risk of gum disease? What steps can be taken to help patients in Omaha, NE, enjoy better oral health?
When a cavity forms, people experience discomfort and require treatment. However, with a few simple changes our Omaha, NE, patients could help their smiles stay free of tooth decay. We’re talking about what steps one can take to improve oral health and avoid those painful cavities!
Dental implants offer patients with tooth loss a unique and advanced solution. We often recommend them for our Omaha, NE, patients suffering from one or more missing teeth. What benefits do they offer smiles and why should one consider dental implants?