Houston Cosmetic Dentist Serving Sugar Land, The Woodlands, Pearland, & Nearby Areas of Texas
Nearly every tube of toothpaste has on it some variation of the words “Tooth Whitening.” This claim is not necessarily false, but it is a bit misleading.
Tooth crowns, also called dental crowns, are placed over teeth that have been weakened due to trauma, infection and decay, or malformation. Sometimes called “caps,” dental crowns are often used in conjunction with other services, such as a root canal, to allow natural teeth to remain in place while reducing future damage.
A fixed dental bridge is one that has been secured in place to guard against its coming loose, slipping, or falling out. Typically, this is accomplished by placing a dental crown over the two closest and adjacent teeth to which a metal wing can be bonded.
Everyone wants a bright, white smile, but with so many tooth whitening options available today, it can be difficult to determine which one will best meet your needs. The list.ly list below examines popular options for tooth whitening - many of which can be tried at home - as well as tips on preventing tooth stains.
Houston cosmetic dentist Dr. Ronald Konig is pleased to offer porcelain veneers as a solution for aesthetic imperfections in the smile. If you are unhappy with your smile, Dr. Konig encourages you to call our office at 713-425-1302 for a consultation where you can learn more about our cosmetic dentistry services, including porcelain veneers, and how they may be used to strengthen and perfect your smile.
A surgical facelift targets the middle and lower areas of the face. During facelift surgery, skin is removed, and fat and tissue are repositioned to produce a lifted and more youthful appearance – sometimes reducing apparent age by as much as 10 years. Facelifts in the the dental office, by comparison, are non-surgical and can correct the lower one third of the face.
This week 3 patients asked about using activated charcoal toothbrushing to whiten their teeth and wanted to know if this was safe. Interestingly, there is a thread on Instagram exploiting the benefits.
Dental bonding is a cost-effective solution for a number of general and cosmetic dental problems. With bonding, Houston dentist Dr. Ronald Konig can protect and strengthen teeth that are: