Cosmetic Renewal

Learning How To Smile Can Help Reduce Prejudice

We know that a smile can have many positive effects. It can help you get a job. It can help you feel younger. It can help you craft the perfect image. But it turns out that smiling can make an even bigger impact: it can help you overcome prejudices and stereotypes. That’s according [...]

How TMJ Can Sabotage Your Quality of Life

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ) can be serious illnesses that can make it hard for you to continue to enjoy a fulfilling life. That’s because it can dramatically impact your quality of life through its numerous symptoms and their effects. Fortunately, with treatment, many TMJ sufferers can come to live normal, fulfilling lives again. [...]

From Hopeless to Flawless: Your Smile Can Be Saved

Do you shudder every time you look at your smile in the mirror? Do you think that there’s no way that your smile can be made beautiful? Whether you used to have an attractive smile, or you never enjoyed one, it’s easy to get trapped into thinking that there’s no way to save your smile. [...]

Choosing the Right Ceramic for Your Restoration: Translucency vs. Strength

When we are planning your cosmetic dentistry procedure like a full mouth rejuvenation, we will probably choose ceramic restorations. But that doesn’t necessarily make the decision much easier. One of the great advances in cosmetic dentistry technology has been the explosion of advanced ceramics that are available to us. So when [...]

Remembering the Happiest Day of Your Life

There are a few days that come up regularly in our memories. These days are bright and sharp in our minds because they are so wonderful. People report many days as the happiest in their lives: getting married, the day a child was born, or maybe graduation from college or a professional achievement. And the [...]

New Study Shows How Much More We Smile Today

We have sometimes talked about how Americans learned to smile in the 20th century, but what we didn’t really know is how much smiling increased over the course of the 20th century. Now a new study looking at yearbook pictures shows that we are not only comfortable with smiling today, we smile much [...]

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