When it’s time to help your teenager get straighter teeth, you’ll likely run into a common issue; Invisalign® versus braces; which one is right for your child? The truth is that both have pros and cons, but the ultimate showdown of Invisalign versus braces is one surrounded by loud opinions.
Have you ever wished your teeth were straighter, had fewer gaps in between them, or just looked better? Dr. Goli Ariafar at Smile Centre sees a lot of patients with the same concerns. She works with cosmetic dentistry and finds veneers, wafer-thin tooth coverings, to be an incredibly helpful solution.
Teething is difficult enough, but teething rash, or drool rash, only adds to the stress and pain for babies and parents. When your little angel gets their teeth, it seems every part of their mouth has to suffer. Luckily, there are plenty of helpful steps you can take as a parent to help ease your baby’s discomfort and keep them smiling. Scroll down for a closer look at teething rash and how to manage your baby’s case.
Good oral hygiene is a lifelong habit; as a parent, it’s up to you to get your kid to brush at the first opportunity. You can brush your little one’s teeth for the first two years, but how do you segue into helping your perfect angel maintain perfect teeth?
We aren’t all born with perfectly straight, nicely-shaped teeth, which is why so many people choose to get veneers. Veneers are essentially a more attractive, protective cover for your existing teeth and can help improve your smile and give your confidence a boost without surgery. They’re easily accessible and you can have your own veneers installed right at Smile Center.