What do you see when you look in the mirror and smile? Hilldale Dental wants your reflection to reveal healthy teeth as part of a happy smile you’ll want to show off for years to come. But if you don’t see your dentist — or any dentist — on a regular basis, your chance of keeping […]
Does the thought of hearing loud dental tools, or eyes staring at you over our masks, send you into a cold sweat of fear?
You’ve lost a tooth, and you’ve decided a dental implant procedure will be the best option to replace it. Your other options – a fixed bridge, which may need to be replaced several times, or removable dentures, which can make a clicking sound or slide in your mouth, weren’t as appealing. A dental implant is […]
If you’ve ever considered cosmetic dentistry to improve the appearance of your smile, there’s never been a better time. The materials and procedures Hilldale Dental uses for both dental bonding and porcelain veneers is high quality, and can provide beautiful, long-lasting results. But it is also important for you to know which option may be […]
Have you ever worried about losing a tooth? It’s probably not a fun thing to think about, but it’s important to know. The best option for replacing your tooth may be a dental implant.
Does your jaw ever bother you? Maybe the joint which is right in front of your ear clicks while you’re chewing, snaps when you’re yawning, or even locks at times? You may have what’s commonly called TMJ syndrome, otherwise known medically, as temporomandibular joint syndrome.
Imagine — actually being able to see your smile getting better, and at the same time your teeth are still being straightened. The process, and results, can be exciting when you decide Invisalign is the right treatment for you!
Coffee in the morning, tomato sauce on noodles for lunch, and a glass of red wine with dinner – in one day, you’ve consumed three of the top culprit foods that stain your teeth!
A great smile can often be a way to show your confidence. But what if you don’t like your smile?
Do you ever catch yourself not smiling while posing for a photo? Is it because you feel your teeth have lost some of the luster you used to see in your grin?