Studio City Dental Arts Blog
October 15, 2018
A recent study shows that of the new people you meet, a third of them will notice the condition of your teeth before anything else. Another data set reveals that having an aesthetically-pleasing smile increases your chances of attaining employment or having a successful business encounter. If your ivories need to be rejuvenated, porcelain veneers in Studio City may be just right for you. Your cosmetic dentist provides all the details about the process you need to know!
September 12, 2018
It’s your first time meeting a person – what will he or she notice first? Studies show that for many people, the first trait they recognize is your smile. Therefore, flaws in your teeth can make a negative impact and leave you feeling insecure. Your cosmetic dentist in Studio City says you don’t have to settle for this, though. Continue reading to learn how you can enjoy your dream smile!
May 8, 2018
There are thousands of seemingly different types of the toothbrush on the market. The choice is overwhelming between bristle type, bristle placement, head size, handle size, handle grip, manual or electric, black or pink…
In truth, the multitude can be grouped into a few basic things to look for. The rest is merely accessorizing.
October 17, 2017
Tooth decay is a common, yet preventable childhood problem. Left untreated, cavities in primary (baby) and permanent (adult) teeth will become painful and negatively impact the aesthetics and functionality of the teeth.
Some children are particularly susceptible to tooth decay, even after receiving regular dental examinations and oral care at home. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) has recently recognized the benefits of a substance called xylitol for reducing childhood tooth decay.
May 10, 2017
Why should you get your teeth whitened?
The appearance of your smile correlates with your confidence, which is why teeth whitening is a great option to enhance your smile. As time passes, your teeth change color for multiple reason;
-the enamel gets thinner and the dentin which is yellowish shows through.
-food and drinks like red wine, coffee, etc that have strong pigment cause stains.
-trauma or medications that affect inner structures of your tooth.
June 28, 2013
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When it comes to the different dental cosmetic procedures in Studio City, porcelain veneers lead the entire gang. Generally, porcelain veneers are used in order to hide dental imperfections and produce a more beautiful smile. But just like all other cosmetic procedures, porcelain veneers have their limits and cannot be looked upon as a panacea for all dental mishaps. Below are the most common applications for porcelain veneers:
June 25, 2013
Tooth decay, chips and fractures on the surface of your teeth can necessitate a dental bonding treatment. This procedure involves the adhesion of teeth-colored resin to the surface as well as crevices of the teeth. This bonding procedure will ultimately improve the appearance of any of your teeth which have dental imperfections.
June 19, 2013
A mark of a beautiful smile is when all of your pearly whites are properly aligned. Orthodontic treatments can help with any bad bites or malocclusions. While traditional orthodontic braces are common among teenagers, older individuals are opting for Invisalign in Studio City CA. This form of plastic aligners are clear and invisible, compared to the very much visible bands and brackets of traditional orthodontic braces.
May 30, 2013
Water fluoridation has been hailed as one of the most notable public health advancements in the 21st century. However, there was a time where the water from your tap did not yet contain this naturally occurring mineral. So what is fluoride and why is it being added to the water which you are drinking?
May 29, 2013
Gum diseases are very common. In fact, around 75 percent of Americans will develop a form of gum disease at least once in their lives. Just like any other type of dental disease, gum diseases are best prevented rather than treated.
What are the different types of gum diseases?
Gum diseases come in different forms — gingivitis and periodontitis.