Ridgefield Perfect Smile Center Blog
October 22, 2021
A dental crown is the single most widely performed restorative treatment in the U.S. The versatility of a crown makes it an excellent option to restore the health, function, and appearance of a tooth. When envisioning the cap, you might see a dark blemish; however, modern restorations look just like real teeth. Your crown is custom-made to match the color of your enamel to blend in with your smile. This requires art and skill to ensure a seamless transition. Here’s how your dentist finds the precise color to enhance your smile.
September 7, 2021
Since 1997, Invisalign has treated over 2.4 million patients, and 80,000 oral health specialists have been trained to treat patients with it all over the world. Though Invisalign is a wildly popular method of straightening one’s teeth, just like any other orthodontic appliance, it may be somewhat uncomfortable as you get used to the way it feels in your mouth. Here are some ways to help relieve Invisalign discomfort to make your smile journey more pleasant.(more…)
August 4, 2021
A beautiful smile is worth a thousand words. Unfortunately, few people are born with naturally perfect teeth. Instead, it can seem like celebrities are the only people to have attractive teeth, but they didn’t occur naturally. Many of the red carpet smiles you see were previously treated for bite and alignment issues. If you don’t remember seeing top stars with brackets and wires, they likely used Invisalign. Even the most dedicated fans wouldn’t have detected the clear aligners. You might believe Invisalign is only for the elite in society, but you can have a straight smile that’s ready for Hollywood without draining your wallet.
July 25, 2021
You want to fix your smile and straighten your teeth, but you don’t want to have to endure wearing metal braces and looking like a teenager. Thankfully, you have alternatives: to choose Invisalign or Six Month Smiles. Which procedure is better suited to meet your smile needs, though? Here is some information to help you decide!(more…)
June 16, 2021
The dental office can be nerve-wracking because some unfamiliar sounds and instruments might seem intimidating. You don’t have anything to fear. The best way to calm your nerves is to educate yourself about all aspects of your dental care, like the instruments your dentist uses during a cleaning and checkup. Here is a list of the most common instruments your dentist might use to check your oral health, so you can relax in the dental chair.