It’s holiday season, and you’re celebrating with friends, which means there’s a chance that some photos will be taken. You’re hesitant because you don’t want to show your stained teeth. Can anything be done to prevent you from feeling insecure about your appearance in the future? Porcelain veneers provide a way to mask troublesome flaws, but they also offer another perk – they are stain-resistant. Learn more about them as you read on!
Dr. Chitra Naik's Blog
December 19, 2018
November 19, 2018
You’ve been living without your teeth for far too long, and you’ve had to make some undesirable changes in your lifestyle, one of which is your food selection. Your teeth loss has also affected your confidence. Thankfully, you’ve discovered how dentures in Flint can help restore you to normal, but you’re concerned about how long it will take to complete the procedure. A local expert weighs in with answers.
October 22, 2018
Are you ready to invest in your confidence by revitalizing your smile with professional teeth whitening? That is great! You have made an excellent decision to drastically improve the appearance of your enamel while gaining long-term results. Your dentist can get your teeth several shades whiter with an in-office whitening treatment. However, to protect your investment, there are certain foods and products that you should avoid for the first 24 to 48 hours to allow for the mineral to reconstruct the pores.
September 4, 2018
Teeth whitening in Flint has become one of the most popular treatments in dentistry due to its affordability and dramatic results. Because of the internet, there’s now myths out there surrounding whitening that many people are taking at face value. Some of these myths are misinforming potential patients, and worse, they’re causing harm to people’s smiles. Keep reading to learn the 4 most common myths swirling around teeth whitening and whether there’s any truth to them from a trusted cosmetic dentist in Flint.
August 19, 2018
Dental insurance is valuable because it provides an avenue for patients to maintain preventive care, which is one of the best ways to address developing problems before they can fully materialize. Additionally, with proper coverage, patients are also able to receive the restorative care that they need. Where does that leave cosmetic dentistry, then? Can any type of care that involves the aesthetics of a patient’s teeth or gums be covered by dental insurance? Your cosmetic dentist in Flint weighs in to provide some clarity.