A dental crown, also known as a dental cap, is a fixed prosthetic device that is cemented to existing teeth or implant posts. It is a type of restoration that acts as a cover that restores a compromised tooth’s overall … Continued
Are you looking for a dental procedure to correct the imperfections in your teeth? Then we at Mount Vernon Dental Smiles can help you! We offer composite bonding—a quick and minimally invasive procedure, and compared to other dental treatments, composite … Continued
With the advancement in technology, there are several options now available in fully restoring the teeth and making it look more natural. In cases such as tooth loss, tooth decay, or damaged tooth, restorative dentistry provides certain solutions to these … Continued
Due to tooth decay and cavity formation, a tooth filling is recommended by a dentist. This process involves taking the decayed area of the tooth and filling the gap with a material of the patient’s choice. Fillings are not only … Continued
Do you often notice that you have been clenching your jaw when thinking about something? Numerous people suffer from the same thing, often, without even knowing. That is because, aside from occurring unconsciously during the daytime, it can also happen … Continued
Our pledge to you is to provide the most personalized, effective dental care possible. Caring for your individual dental health is part of our larger goal of improving & supporting the overall health of the community.
After many years of mindless consumption of coffee, wine, pasta, berries, and other foods or beverages with strong colors, you finally noticed that your smile had lost its luster. Who is there to blame? Sad to say, it’s you. The … Continued
Dry mouth can make it more likely that you’ll get tooth decay! The presence of saliva in your mouth is an important part of keeping your teeth healthy.
You’re used to going to the dentist & just seeing the doctor, the hygienist & maybe a dental assistant. But now you’ve been told you need to see a periodontist too. Now you’re thinking, “Perio-what?”
Laughing gas is the common name for an inhaled sedative, used in dental care and in medical care. Laughing gas gets its name from the feeling of well-being and giddiness that it can cause.