How Do Veneers Create Stunning Smiles?

Veneers Create Stunning Smiles in Houston

Veneers have a multitude of applications in Pearland cosmetic dentistry. With veneers, you can transform your smile without significant restorative dental work. Is your tooth enamel worn and thin? Tooth-colored porcelain veneers have the brilliance and translucency of healthy tooth enamel. Many Houston dental patients have received veneers to cover worn enamel. Some believe they…

Let That Winning Smile Shine

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Everyone in Pearland wants a winning smile. But as we age, it can get harder and harder to keep your smile brilliant. Grappling with yellowed, discolored, stained, or even multi-colored teeth? Teeth whitening might be the answer. These irregularities are usually simple to fix. A Brighter, Whiter Smile The friendly staff at Montz and Maher…

Which Tooth Whitener Works Best?

Dazzling White Teeth in Pearland

What is the best professional tooth whitening system to use in Pearland? There are two types of dentist-supervised tooth whitening systems available in Houston. In order to determine the best choice for your teeth, schedule, and budget; you need to understand the differences in the systems. Both systems use a bleaching agent containing peroxide. Pearland…

What Is A Canted Midline?

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Dr. David C. Montz considers many factors when designing a smile for any smile makeover patient. One of the smile design elements involved is the facial midline. The proficient cosmetic dentist considers the length and angle of the facial midline to accurately position porcelain crowns, veneers, and dental implants. When front teeth restorations do not…

You May Have Gingivitis

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Every person’s mouth provides a cozy home for over 600 types of bacteria. If you are committed to oral hygiene and have healthy gums, these microbes usually don’t affect your health. However, if you have gum disease, bacteria can enter your bloodstream through your gums and cause dilemmas. The first sign of gingivitis is swollen…