As one of the least invasive types of tooth replacements, flippers can brighten your smile without extensive oral surgery or significant cost. Learn exactly what flippers are and when they're a smart choice for your dental care routine.
Think you’re too old to a smile makeover? Think again! No matter what your age, here are some ways you can get yourself a new smile:
Updated August 17, 2016
Do you hate smiling? Are there no pictures of you when you have a big, happy smile on your face? Why is that? Are you unhappy or do you not like to smile because your have crooked teeth and are ashamed and embarrassed? If the latter is the case, don’t be ashamed or embarrassed by your crooked teeth! Crooked teeth are common and can be caused by a couple of reasons.
While many people believe that having crooked teeth is just a cosmetic flaw, there’s much more to it than that. Here are some ways that crooked teeth can affect your overall health and wellbeing.
Crowns are an investment -- not in the way that you'll see a lucrative return, but that they'll increase the longevity and health of your smile. That's why it's important to select the type that best suits its purpose and also your lifestyle.