Posts for: September, 2014
Why does bad breath happen?
Bad habits=bad breath
How’s your tongue?
You are what you eat
Is bad breath a sign of something more serious?
- If you also notice tooth pain or inflamed gums you could be dealing with tooth decay or gum disease. If so, it’s time to book an appointment with your San Antonio dentist.
- If your bad breath is accompanied by postnasal drip you may have a sinus infection, which can easily be treated.
- If you’re also experiencing heartburn or gastrointestinal problems along with offensive breath, you could have gastric reflux. If so, you’ll want to talk to your doctor about how to best control your condition.
It’s her smile! When she walks down that aisle, people will be “oohing” and “awing” over the dress, but they will also be looking for that smile—to see how happy she is on her big day. If your wedding day has been set in motion, you probably have a lot of planning to do. There is a lot to take care of, including your smile. Two things brides worry about—tooth shade and straighter teeth.
Is Your Smile White Enough?
No one’s born with a glistening, white smile. It takes time and extra care. Some people can buff out stains with whitening toothpaste, but some stains are tough to get rid of unless done through a professional. We can recommend the appropriate measures to help you get a smile that matches your gorgeous white dress!
Is Your Smile Straight Enough?
Treating teeth for malocclusion isn’t just for esthetic purposes. Straight teeth also improve the condition and function of teeth. Your misaligned teeth might bother you enough to want treatment before the wedding photos, but it might also be an issue for you to get traditional, metal braces put on. You don’t want that to be what people are looking at, and that’s why Invisalign might be the better choice for treating your malocclusion.
Please schedule a consultation to determine which orthodontic device works best for your case.
Want to find out what your smile could look like on one of the biggest days of your life? Call our San Antonio dental office to see what we can do for you! Our main line is (210) 656-4699.