Twisted, overlapping or crowded teeth may describe some peoples’ smiles. But there are so many reasons why people’s teeth grow in misaligned. In some cases, a person’s mouth may be too small for their teeth and shifting or repositioning occurs to make room. Some people also have lower and upper jaws that are unequal in size causing an overbite or an underbite. In these … [Read more...] about Overcrowded Smiles, Crooked, Twisted Teeth and Bite Correction
With leading dental techniques available today overbite and underbite conditions can quickly be corrected to dramatically improve the functionality of your bite but also the cosmetics of your face and smile. This non-surgical method is called Face Lift Dentistry ® and it will transform the health of your bite and jaw without any of the healing time associated with orthognathic … [Read more...] about Hi-Tech Underbite Correction
Most of us want to look younger than our age but we want it to be natural looking. Many patients that I’m seeing are only 45 years of age, and are already beginning to see that their face looks a little sunken. When they asked me why this is happening I explained to them, in most cases they have an overbite, or an under bite, or a bad bite that is compromising the shape of … [Read more...] about Who is the Best Anti-Aging Doctor?
There is a dentist that is an advanced dentist that understands that the shape of the patient’s face is directly related to their bite and the position of their lower jaw. Through his many years of experience he’s found a unique form of dentistry that has more age reversing benefits than virtually any other method known today. He has been able to remove many years from the … [Read more...] about Anti-Aging Dentistry
Facelift Dentistry ® Severe Under Bite Reconstruction Under bites and overbites are a fairly common dental condition among young patients and are almost routinely treated during developmental years through the use of orthodontic treatments. Adults can also acquire under bites that may stem from a near unnoticeable bite problem that was left untreated during their … [Read more...] about Severe Under Bite Reconstruction
It's been covered before- strenuous activity like that which athletes do can cause damage to your teeth, but did you know that even being a daily runner can do this too? Yes, it seems that half hour to hour run every couple days could be wearing away at your dental health. See why and how you can prevent it here: Runners have higher risk of dental problems, study shows. … [Read more...] about Running Running Down Your Teeth?
If you're looking for a way to stave off the ravages of aging, look no further then your mouth! There a multitude of things you can do to your teeth to make yourself look and feel younger! Whitening, braces, and veneers are the three top ways to do this. Learn how you can achieve a face lift without having to go through surgery by watching this video. … [Read more...] about Lifting The Veil Of Age: Looking Younger with Dentistry
We are the developed world. We, and about twelve other countries, are considered the height of culture, life, and technology. Despite this, people from the “developed” world are flocking to other countries to get their dental work done. It seems the cost of dental in all of these countries (including Canada, much of Europe, Australia, etc.) simply can't afford the cost of … [Read more...] about The Dangers Of Dental Tourism
For some people, brushing and flossing simply isn't enough. Genetics determines a fair amount about our dental health and some people really get the short end of the stick. One solution could be xylitol, a naturally occurring sugar. So how can sugar take care of the problems other sugars cause? See here: Dentist recommends xylitol to reduce cavities. … [Read more...] about Can One Sugar Cancel Out Another?
It seems our ancestors- at least those who trace back to Rome or Briton- had better teeth then us. A recent study found that Romans and Britons around about 200-400 AD had a lot fewer signs of gun diseases and tooth issue then we have today! But don't worry, it's not like they were super healthy. The average life expectancy back then was a scant 40 years old. See more details … [Read more...] about The Old Roman Mouth