1. The Great Unmasking and Your Smile

    With masks starting to come off, people are focusing on their appearance now more than ever. If you have been pondering cosmetic dentistry to commemorate the great unmasking, you are not alone! Refreshing smiles is trending due to the Covid reopening and reduced masking restrictions! Our family dentist practice is abuzz busily helping people improve their smiles with teeth whitening, Invisalign, t…Read More

  2. Listen to Your Mouth!

    To avoid the byproducts of gum disease such as dentures, partial dentures or dental implants, practicing good, consistent oral hygiene, and keeping up with preventive dentistry appointments could help keep you out of the doctor’s office! Normal gums appear pink and firm. If not, your mouth could be trying to tell you something about your body. And, the converse is true, as issues with your body …Read More

  3. Should You or Shouldn’t You? The Ins and Outs of Dental Insurance

    If you are wondering if you should get a dental plan and have started shopping, sifting through the different plans and the fine print outlining what is covered and what is not is enough to confuse anyone. To make your head spin even more is the debate about whether dental insurance is “worth it”. Proponents and naysayers aside, New Look Dental wants to help clear up the confusion about what i…Read More

  4. Matching Today’s Top Dental Concerns & Solutions

    If you have been considering a smile makeover, we have matched the top dental concerns with the best cosmetic dentistry solutions available today to help correct what bothers you. Discolored Teeth Solutions Teeth whitening is the number one way to correct discolored teeth. There are a wide range of professional in-office and at-home solutions available, including custom and pre-filled trays and di…Read More

  5. Similarities between Dentistry and Hardware

    What do hardware and dental care have in common? While you don't go to the dentist to buy nails and screws, there are several dental procedures and appliances that bear interesting resemblances to items found at a hardware store. There are obvious metal-based similarities like braces, bridges, headgear, dental implants, retainers and expanders, however, dental “hardware” also includes devices …Read More

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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