When a tooth becomes damaged, you should see the dentist as soon as possible. Often, damage can mean a greater risk of decay or even infection. Fortunately, if you have a chipped tooth we can help repair it using cosmetic and restorative dentistry.
Teeth stains can form for a number of reasons. Regardless of their cause, they can make a patient feel uncomfortable with his/her appearance. We have two different options available to help remove stains. Should you try our in-office or the take-home whitening solution? Which is the best choice for brightening your smile?
Have you ever heard of dental veneers? When placed, these very thin restorations can be used to completely transform the appearance of your smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at three every big benefits offered by porcelain veneers. Should you try these thin and lifelike restorations?
Looking for a unique gift idea? Why not give the gift of a brighter smile?
Opalescence GO is the perfect gift for Christmas, birthdays, or anniversaries.
For just $80, Opalescence Go can offer a brighter
smile by the next day! Benefits of this affordable, professional-grade system include:
– No need for impressions or custom trays
– Convenient prefilled trays that can be worn right out of the package
-10 days of whitening
-Trays only need to be worn 30-60 minutes a day
To pick up a kit, simply call Mai Dentistry at 972-530-0552, or visit our office at 6850 N. Shiloh, Ste. C, Garland, TX 75044.
In just two days, millions of people across the country will be joining their friends and family for an epic feast. We love Thanksgiving celebrations, but as dental professionals we also understand how consuming the wrong foods can increase the risk of cavities. How do you stay cavity-free during Thanksgiving?
When a tooth is damaged, or develops esthetic issues with the shape or color, then you need cosmetic treatment. Fortunately, we can repair a tooth in a single visit with dental bonding. We can help you enjoy a beautiful smile in just one sitting.
We often focus on our teeth and what to do should they begin to hurt. But what about the gums? If your gums feel sore or develop other unusual symptoms, then you may need to see the dentist as soon as possible. Otherwise, you could be paving the way for gum disease!
Today is the big day, when kids and adults throughout the nation will suddenly find themselves with a lot more candy in the house. While having a piece of candy here or there is okay, too much of a good thing can soon lead to decay and other serious concerns. Fortunately, you can protect your smile with a post-Halloween cleaning!
Next week, or possibly this weekend, your children will be putting on their costume and going door-to-door to obtain a stash of candy and sugary treats. While nothing is wrong with the occasional piece of candy, binging on sweets (as often happens after Halloween) can increase the risk of tooth decay. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how you can defend against Halloween cavities!
When you have an injured tooth, you have a dental emergency. We can offer emergency dental care for situations that result in damage (that’s not life threatening) to your teeth or gums. Often, we help patients with cracked or chipped teeth, or even a knocked-out tooth. Before you even see us, there are steps you can take to alleviate discomfort.