If you are looking to enhance the look of those pearly whites, or even want to completely transform your smile, cosmetic and restorative dentistry are the right branches of dentistry to look at. The thing about most dental treatments, however, is that they are almost always designed to improve your teeth’s functionality as well as beauty. Here are some examples:... read more »
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Are you aware that dentures can be used with many forms of tooth loss, and can give you a cheerful smile that will restore your facial structure, and often times reinstate the original functionality back into your teeth that may have vanished? Create an improved oral health identity with dentures. If your oral health care requires dentures, remember the following:... read more »
Did you know, cosmetic dentistry can improve your smile’s look? Well, it’s true! Having a smile you can feel confident about can boost your self-esteem and give you a ray of confidence in your everyday life. That is why, our team here at George R. Hussey, DDS, FAGD in Arlington, Washington, is proud to talk to you about cosmetic dentistry... read more »
Have you ever wondered what steps are the most important to ensure you’re at optimum oral health? For each individual, it can vary drastically, but there are a few key points that time and again can save a smile. This includes brushing your teeth twice daily and flossing once daily as well as regular trips to your dentist for checkups... read more »
For your beautiful smile, you work hard to maintain healthy habits. You brush and floss your pearly whites diligently and you have professional dental cleanings every six months. Still, you will sometimes require a dental restoration in the form of dental fillings. And if you have recently had a filling procedure performed, you may be experiencing short-term tooth sensitivity. Temperature... read more »