1. What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer

    Oral cancer is a potentially fatal disease that can affect more than just the mouth. Read on to understand what it is, the symptoms, causes, and how to prevent and treat it. Oral Cancer Defined Oral cancer occurs when there is irregular cell division or growth that spreads to and damages surrounding areas. It encompasses cancers of the cheeks, floor or roof of the mouth, tongue, hard and soft pala…Read More

  2. Preventive Family Dentistry & Children’s Dental Care

    Our goal at New Look Dental is to provide the most thorough preventive dentistry possible today for everyone in your family. We pride ourselves on staying current with the latest information regarding oral health and using the most advanced tools to prevent issues with your gums and teeth, now, and into the future. What Is Preventive Dentistry? Educating and sharing information with our patients a…Read More

  3. Laser Dentistry

    With the advent of laser dentistry in 1994, lasers are a positive treatment advancement to traditional dental procedures. What is Laser Dentistry? Laser dentistry harnesses energy into highly concentrated rays of light to treat a wide range of dental concerns. These lasers can be used to heat, cut or vaporize soft tissue. Lasers used in dentistry are different than those used for aesthetic treatme…Read More

  4. The Original Hollywood Smile Makeover – Porcelain Veneers

    Porcelain Veneers With all the restorative dentistry services available to improve smiles, it can be difficult to understand which one to choose. Dr. Kirakosian at New Look Dental can evaluate your teeth, explain which services may benefit you, what is involved with each and help you determine the right smile makeover for you. If you elect to proceed with porcelain veneers you will be in good comp…Read More

  5. Dental Bonding

    Dental Bonding For correcting dental imperfections, dental bonding is one of the most popular restorative dentistry services New Look Dental performs, as it is very quick and affordable. If you are looking to restore your smile, dental bonding may be the answer. Dental Bonding Defined Dental bonding, also known as tooth bonding, is simply the attachment of special tooth colored material, typically…Read More

  6. Snap-On Smile – The Instant Smile Makeover

    If you would love to have a more attractive smile yet fear of invasive cosmetic dentistry or the inability to afford more permanent options is keeping you from your flawless smile, you are not alone. To overcome these concerns and provide an instant smile makeover, the Snap-On Smile® was created. Snap-On Smile® Defined The Snap-On Smile® is simply a patented arch that you can wear seamlessly ov…Read More

  7. All About Gum Disease – Facts, Prevention and Care

    Since we were kids, for healthy teeth and gums we were taught to avoid sugar-laden foods, brush and floss daily and get regular dental cleanings. Interestingly, it isn’t sugar that causes cavities, but the acid produced by bacteria feeding on sugar and other carbohydrates that lead to decay. Most of us regularly brush, as we well understand the risk of tooth decay. However, many of us indulge in…Read More

  8. How to Care For your Baby’s Teeth

    When parents find out they’re expecting, first thoughts are of all the ways they’ll care for their child, including their teeth and smile. Children’s dental care starts long before the tooth fairy visits the house for the first time or appointments at the Invisalign dentist or orthodontist for braces for teeth. It starts even before their first baby teeth appear. If you want your child to gr…Read More

  9. What You Need To Know About Dentures

    What You Need To Know About Dentures Dentures Defined A denture is a removable plate, or dental plate, with one or multiple artificial teeth attached. While dentures are commonly called false teeth, the name dentures originates from the French word for tooth, dent, or the latin word dente. There are two main types. Partial dentures, referred to as dental partials, will have one or several teeth an…Read More

  10. Colds & Your Teeth

    Colds and Your Teeth As if feeling poorly due to a cold isn’t enough, this virus and its myriad remedies can cause several issues with your mouth that mustn’t be ignored. Colds and sinus infections that abound during cold winter months may cause bad breath, dry mouth, toothaches due to sinus pressure and even tooth decay. To alleviate these dental-related pitfalls, you will want to take certai…Read More