Posts Categorized: Cosmetic Dentistry

Why You Should Worry About Crooked Teeth

Many people are unhappy with their smiles due to one or more crooked teeth, but as older teens and adults, may not be much more comfortable with the idea of wearing metal braces for a few years to correct them. If crowded, uneven, overlapping, and protruding teeth were merely a cosmetic concern, then the debate… Read more »

The Truth About Teeth Whitening

If you feel like your smile isn’t as white as it could be, or you become embarrassed when smiling due to teeth discoloration or stains, teeth whitening may be the solution for you. A dazzling smile doesn’t just appear. It requires oral hygiene maintenance at-home and in-office. Regular dental checkups and cleanings along with brushing,… Read more »

FAQs About Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are a popular choice for patients who need to reinforce a weak tooth or cover a severely-blemished one. As fabricated replicas of your tooth’s natural crown (top portion), dental crowns are an invaluable resource, and with expert craftsmanship and an artful eye, your Shrewsbury dentists, Dr. Todd Pizzi and Dr. Luciana Messina, offer… Read more »

Is It Time for a New Smile?

A funny thing about your smile is that, even when it’s at its healthiest, it can still exhibit physical blemishes that mar its appearance and appeal. Luckily, if your smile just needs a cosmetic fix to make it look its best again, you don’t have to undergo extensive dental procedures typically reserved for oral health… Read more »

Why Crooked Teeth Deserve Your Attention

There’s no denying the fact that misaligned teeth can drastically diminish your smile’s appeal. Nevertheless, many people hesitate to correct their crooked teeth out of apprehension about traditional orthodontic treatment. If beauty were the only consideration, then treating malocclusion (a misaligned bite) would be nothing more than an aesthetic choice. Unfortunately, there is more at… Read more »

Do Teeth Stains Mean Your Teeth Are in Danger?

Tooth sensitivity may be among the most diverse signs of dental trouble, and can indicate anything from a developing dental disease (cavities or gum disease) to structural tooth damage. Teeth stains, however, are perhaps the most common source of dental concern, and can occur from something as simple as eating and drinking. When your teeth… Read more »