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Improving the appearance of your smile is a cosmetic dentistry service. Cosmetic dentistry increases your personal confidence by giving you a younger and more aesthetically pleasing look. Lifetime Family Dental is located in Gilbert, Arizona, and provides excellent general and cosmetic dentistry for all your oral health needs!

How Cosmetic Dentistry Helps

Cosmetic dentistry focuses on providing you with the Hollywood smile that you have always dreamed of. The straight, white teeth that dazzle others when you smile at them is possible. Certain issues that cosmetic dentistry can help correct include:

  • *Cracks in the enamel of your teeth
  • *Chips along the edges of your teeth
  • *Crooked teeth
  • *Gaps between teeth
  • *Irregularly shaped teeth
  • *Lost teeth
  • *Metal amalgam fillings that show when you smile
  • *Stains on the enamel or dentin of your teeth
  • *Unhealthy gum tissue that is inflamed

 

A deeper confidence in your smile can help you step out of your comfort zone and improve your personal interactions with others as you smile more. Lifetime Family Dental believes in correcting cosmetic issues to not only improve the look of your teeth, but also to improve the quality of your life. You are worth it.

Best Cosmetic Candidates

For the most effective cosmetic services, it is best for the client to have functioning teeth and gums with little to no decay, disease or damage. If that does not describe you, we can still help get you to the best oral health possible through our general dentistry services. Talk to your friendly dentist here at Lifetime Family Dental to discuss your options and find out if you are a candidate for these cosmetic corrective services.

 

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Guide to The Best Toothpaste For You http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/1293/ http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/1293/#respond Tue, 03 Oct 2017 15:00:25 +0000 http://lifetimefamilydental.com/?post_type=blog_post&p=1293 Buying toothpaste is a simple purchase, right? Not entirely. There is a lot to take into account when buying a toothpaste. Is bad breath control important to you? Do you need one specifically for whitening? Are your teeth extra sensitive? Do you need a toothpaste that covers a bit of everything? These options can create […]

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Buying toothpaste is a simple purchase, right? Not entirely. There is a lot to take into account when buying a toothpaste. Is bad breath control important to you? Do you need one specifically for whitening? Are your teeth extra sensitive? Do you need a toothpaste that covers a bit of everything? These options can create a dilemma when you are in the store looking at all the options. Lifetime Family Dental, located in Gilbert, Arizona, wants to help you maintain a great oral hygiene routine. When your oral health is well maintained, you are able to able to relax and smile with ease. So for that smile’s sake, you need to be brushing your teeth with the right toothpaste! Each toothpaste is uniquely created to target different oral health needs.

Fluoride

Though everyone has their own specific oral health needs, everyone needs fluoride. Fluoride is a natural mineral that helps strengthen enamel and improve your oral health. Fluoride can:

  • *Reverse the effects of enamel wear and tear.
  • *Reduce tooth sensitivity.
  • *Fight against tooth decay.
  • *Target inflammation in the gums.

Fluoride is key to creating stronger teeth and better overall oral health.

Tartar Control

When regularly exposed to plaque, tartar can build up. Tartar is a hard mineral deposit which adds a yellow or brown tint to your teeth. This type of build-up is damaging to your teeth and allows tooth decay to fester. Finding a toothpaste that focuses on eliminating tartar is essential. Tartar prevention toothpaste breaks down plaque on the teeth and prevents tartar from forming. It is important to note that tartar control does not remove the plaque that has already built up below the gum line, but rather prevents it from forming.

Teeth Sensitivity

Daily eating and drinking acidic foods can cause enamel, the protective layer on the outside of our teeth, to break down. This can result in teeth being sensitive to heat and/or cold. Sensitive toothpaste can help relieve this painful condition. The toothpaste you choose should have approved sensitivity labeling from the American Dental Association (ADA). These products contain certain ingredients that make them less abrasive on your teeth, thus decreasing sensitivity.

Whitening

To gain the pearly white smile you’ve dreamed of, you may want to try whitening toothpaste. Most oral health products have some whitening properties in them, but there are specific toothpastes focusing on whitening. These use specific ingredients that help break down the stains on your teeth, creating a whiter, brighter smile. Not only do these products create whiter teeth, the main ingredient of peroxide can also help fight gingivitis and periodontal disease.

The main goal of toothpaste is to clean your teeth and assist you with great oral health. To fully understand your personal oral health needs, call on your general and cosmetic dentist at Lifetime Family Dental!

 

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We know that dental health not only affects daily functions such as eating and speaking but also your smile. We at Lifetime Family Dental are passionate about general dentistry, which is focused on your overall oral health. That does not mean we are not excited about cosmetic dentistry, which provides you with the bright, beautiful smile you have always hoped for. For some it can be difficult to embrace their natural, beautiful smile when when they are not confident in the smile’s aesthetics.We want to help you become comfortable with your smile. We are conveniently located near downtown Gilbert, Arizona and are available to address all your dental restoration needs.

What is Restorative Dentistry?

When it comes to embracing a better oral health routine, as well as your beautiful smile, we offer full dental restoration. Restorative dentistry is the combination of oral health management and aesthetically pleasing services that improve the beauty of your smile.

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Types of Dental Restoration

There are many different types of dental restorations. Overall it includes addressing the wear and tear on your teeth such as chips, cracks, decayed, missing, or damaged teeth. Depending on your specific need for oral health services, Dr. Norton can perform one of the two types of dental restorations.
*Indirect: This scope of restoration includes services that are customized tooth replacements such as crowns, inlays, onlays, and covers. There are various types of materials used in these procedures including porcelain, tooth colored resin, and gold. This restoration consists of more than one office visit since it requires customized material molded in a lab to fit your teeth.
*Direct: This involves adhering material into the tooth directly and right away. This procedure can be completed within one office visit, due to the nature of it being a more immediate filling.
While these are the two main types of dental restorations, there are many different services within each aspect of dental restoration.

 

Lifetime Family Dental believes in the power of your smile, the ability to eat and speak in a way that does not hinder your daily functioning. Oral health is important for more than just your teeth, bones, and gums but also for your emotional health. Contact us today and let us provide dental restorations that will not only benefit your oral health but also your mental health as well.

 

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Strengthen Your Teeth http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/strengthen-your-teeth/ http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/strengthen-your-teeth/#respond Tue, 25 Jul 2017 15:00:33 +0000 http://lifetimefamilydental.com/?post_type=blog_post&p=1247 A strong foundation is a well recognized principle in many disciplines. A structurally strong foundation is applicable when building bridges, building a house, starting a relationship, and even having healthy teeth. Cosmetic dentistry is built on having a strong foundation for teeth and gums. Lifetime Family Dental wants to help you with your cosmetic dental […]

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A strong foundation is a well recognized principle in many disciplines. A structurally strong foundation is applicable when building bridges, building a house, starting a relationship, and even having healthy teeth. Cosmetic dentistry is built on having a strong foundation for teeth and gums. Lifetime Family Dental wants to help you with your cosmetic dental needs in order to have that brilliant smile, but also strong healthy teeth.

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Breakdown of Strong Teeth 

Over time there can be much wear and tear on your teeth. Whether it’s the enamel on your teeth or, the bone structure as a whole, damage can be in many different places. Regular wear on your teeth can be caused by many things, including:

  • *Overuse of sugary drinks
  • *Acidic foods
  • *Overbrushing
  • *Grinding Teeth
  • *Vomiting frequently
  • *Medications causing dry mouth

There are many factors that can play a role in weakening your teeth, but recognizing those that you can control is beneficial for your overall health.

Ways to Strengthen Your Teeth

Our teeth are not only important for eating, chewing and talking, but also for the health of our overall body. When we are focused on good oral health, it actually stems from focusing on healthy choices for our whole body. Being intentional in strengthening your teeth can help decrease long term costs for your oral health. There are certain ways to ensure healthy teeth strengthening. These include:

  • *Eat nutrient-rich, whole, unprocessed foods
  • *Take regular vitamins to increase heart health and bone health
  • *Eat foods high in calcium, zinc, phosphorous, vitamin D, and vitamin K12
  • *Replenish your system with probiotics
  • *Avoid acidic, sugary foods and drink

Whether your teeth weaken due to factors beyond your control or not, there are many steps you can take to strengthen your teeth that also benefits your overall health.

 

Recognizing oral health and overall physical health are important factors to living a happier, enjoyable and productive life. These can also be the first steps towards a better smile. When you are able to embrace who you are with confidence, realize that you are valuable enough to treated well, and have great self care, you will change your life. A genuine smile will be hard to stop, especially when it is a brilliant award winning smile from the help of Lifetime Family Dental’s cosmetic dentistry care. Let us help you embrace who you were meant to be, starting with great oral health.

 

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Over the years gaps in teeth have been fashionable or trendy and then at times out of style. Don’t let changing styles dictate your preference. At the end of the day it all depends on what you want aesthetically and what makes you happy. If you are finding gaps in your teeth causes you to smile less or feel self conscious about smiling, we can help. Lifetime Family Dental has vast experience in closing the gap for people in the Gilbert, Phoenix, Mesa and Chandler area. We are focused on healthy cosmetic dentistry that benefits you and your loved ones.

Causes of Gaps

Now a days with celebrities making gap teeth a popular trend, there are still some reasons that cause normal gaps in teeth. These include:

  • *Periodontal disease
  • *Thumb sucking
  • *Incorrect Swallowing Reflex
  • *Mismatched size between jaw bone and the teeth

Whatever the reasons for how the gap occurred, it is important to get them checked to ensure they are structurally healthy.

Ways to Correct a Gap

If you are finding that having a gap is causing more negative than good in your life, there are some ways that you can correct this.

  • *Braces
  • *Dental Bonding
  • *Veneers
  • *Teeth Gap Bands
  • *Crowns
  • *Implants
  • *Dentures
  • *Retainer/Orthodontics

With the various options on ways to improve your smile through cosmetic dentistry, you get to determine what is best for your specific needs. The differences on each possible gap fix can vary between cost, visits to the dentist, long term lasting effect, and whitening lasting effect as well as structural aspects.

 

Lifetime Family Dental understands the needs for healthy, pleasing aesthetic look when it comes to your smile, and we want to be able to help with all your cosmetic dentistry needs. If you are wanting to ask questions regarding gap teeth, cosmetic dentistry or other oral health needs, we will be glad to consult with you and ensure you get the best customized services for you. Come see us today, as we are located in Gilbert, Arizona.

 

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In’s and Out’s of Inlays and Onlays http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/ins-outs-inlays-onlays/ http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/ins-outs-inlays-onlays/#respond Tue, 11 Jul 2017 15:00:55 +0000 http://lifetimefamilydental.com/?post_type=blog_post&p=1243 Inlays and Onlays, and the in’s and out’s. Now that’s a mouthful. A mouthful of fabulous cosmetic dentistry work to bring out a brighter, healthier, beautiful smile! Lifetime Family Dental wants to care for all your dental needs, whether it be crowns, bridges, cosmetic surgery, or inlays and onlays. We are your gentle dentists in […]

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Inlays and Onlays, and the in’s and out’s. Now that’s a mouthful. A mouthful of fabulous cosmetic dentistry work to bring out a brighter, healthier, beautiful smile! Lifetime Family Dental wants to care for all your dental needs, whether it be crowns, bridges, cosmetic surgery, or inlays and onlays. We are your gentle dentists in Gilbert Arizona, and here to partner with you to bring about the best smile you can hope for.

 

What is an Inlay/Onlay?

 

Inlays and Onlays are ways of dental restoration for your teeth, to build stronger, long lasting solutions to tooth decay and other damage. The inlays and onlays are an alternative to regular fillings by your dentist. While the fillings are molded into place in your teeth right in the office during the visit, the inlays and onlays need to be custom molded in a dental lab prior to adhering them in your teeth.

 

The difference between an inlay and an onlay is based upon where the damage of the tooth takes place. If the damage of the tooth is in the center of the tooth, the material gets bonded there and is therefore called an “inlay.” When the damage of the tooth occurs more on the points or on the overall biting surface, this is then called the “onlay.”

 

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Benefits

 

As an alternative to regular dental fillings, inlays/onlays can are used for various reasons. Inlays/Onlays are a type of cosmetic dentistry that brings about major benefits that include:

*Stronger Tooth Structure: Due to them being a great fit for the tooth structure itself, it creates a deeper strength in the tooth and resistance to the decay.

*Superior Fit: With the material being custom fit to the tooth, it ensures the filling for the decay is adhered perfectly to your tooth and preserves as much healthy normal tooth structure as possible.

*Tooth Color: The material adhered to your tooth has a long lasting ability to hold it’s color.

*Easy Cleaning: With the inlays/onlays being a precise fit to your tooth, it allows for natural easy cleaning of your teeth without shrinking of the material or a full coverage option like a crown.

There are various benefits to choosing to do an inlay/onlay for your tooth decay or structural damage needs.

 

The best way to know what you need, or what will be most beneficial for your beautiful smile, visit Lifetime Family Dental in Gilbert, Arizona! We are here to help you with the most cost effective and gentle cosmetic dentistry services for your teeth.

 

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What is Cosmetic Surgery? http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/what-is-cosmeticsurgery/ http://lifetimefamilydental.com/blog-post/what-is-cosmeticsurgery/#respond Tue, 04 Jul 2017 15:00:21 +0000 http://lifetimefamilydental.com/?post_type=blog_post&p=1241   Cosmetic surgery usually makes people think of plastic surgery. In a sense, there is a similarity. When looking to improve an aspect of your appearance, there is a similarity, but when we say cosmetic surgery we relate it to your teeth. Lifetime Family Dental provides excellent cosmetic surgery for all your dental needs in order […]

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Cosmetic surgery usually makes people think of plastic surgery. In a sense, there is a similarity. When looking to improve an aspect of your appearance, there is a similarity, but when we say cosmetic surgery we relate it to your teeth. Lifetime Family Dental provides excellent cosmetic surgery for all your dental needs in order to produce the best and brightest smile you are going after. There are various aspects of cosmetic surgery and we are here to help you understand what those are.

 

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Cosmetic Surgery

 

When it comes to cosmetic surgery, like plastic surgery, it is a procedure that is non-essential, but focused upon improving your appearance. When pertaining to dentistry, cosmetic surgery includes any procedures that are done to improve the appearance of teeth, gums or bite. Although the focus may be for appearance, it can still help to improve functionality and the overall oral health of your mouth.

 

Types of Cosmetic Surgery

 

Cosmetic surgery or dentistry includes the process of either adding material to your teeth or removing material from your teeth. This can vary depending on the procedure, but overall, this type of dentistry is a reversible process. Cosmetic surgery tends to stay away from procedures that are irreversible. Some examples of cosmetic surgery include:

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Teeth Straightening
  • Bonding
  • Veneers
  • Bridges, dentures and implants
  • Crowns
  • Gum Grafts

These are some of the cosmetic surgery procedures that are done. The most common is teeth whitening. This can happen from over the counter products or through one visit with your friendly dentist.

 

Improvement of your smile may be that last thing on people’s minds. However, if you have concerns with showing your teeth when you smile, any embarrassment that rises, cosmetic surgery may be for you. It may seem like a little thing, but it is actually highly powerful. When you feel confident over your smile, confident to show your teeth, it boosts so many areas of your life. It can help you get promoted, get a job, build better relationships, and even just feel good about yourself. That in itself is worth it. Contact Lifetime Family Dental now to set up a consultation for cosmetic surgery.

 

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Have you seen the movie stars or had friends that had brilliant white teeth that you couldn’t stop staring at? Have you ever wondered how they have such pearly whites and if it was possible for you to have the same? If you have, you are not alone. Many people wonder what is the best way to a pearly white smile. Here at Lifetime Family Dental we want to help all of your cosmetic dentistry needs including teeth whitening.

 

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Reasons for Whitening

There can be various reasons as to why someone may need teeth whitening. These are mainly due to habitual behaviors we all create. Some of the reason teeth become discolored may be:

-Coffee

-Black Tea

-Red Wine

-Berries and sweets

-Aging- enamel structure begins to weaken and discoloration happens easier.

-Tobacco

All of these items can become a habitual aspect in our lives. The regular use and occurrence of the above easily causes yellowing of your teeth overtime.

How Does Whitening Happen?

The process for whitening your teeth is fairly simple. It involves using whitening products that contain certain bleaching properties, hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. These bleaching properties attack stains on your teeth by breaking them into smaller stains allowing a brighter smile to shine through. Whitening products may not work on all teeth such as crowns, bridges, or certain types of discoloration. It is best to contact your friendly dentist to see what is the best fit for your teeth brightening needs.

Steps You Can Take for a Whiter Smile

On top of utilizing the great professional whitening at your dentist, there are some tips to help you maintain or increase your brighter smile.

-Update your toothbrush. When the bristles wear out, it is unable to clean as well thus leaving stains to set longer.

-Brush your tongue. It allows you to get rid of bacteria that would rub off on your teeth and cause your teeth to continue to stain.

-Use mouthwash that has hydrogen peroxide in it to increase whitening.

-Eat raw fruits and veggies as they are healthy for you, but also a natural enamel cleaner.

 

Having a brighter, whiter smile can help you gain momentum in your job, relationships, or build self confidence. Find out today what you can do, and contact Lifetime Family Dental for all your cosmetic dentistry needs.

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An accident, a fall, an injury or neglected oral care can cause the loss of teeth and make life a bit more difficult. It can be harder to eat, to drink, or to do the daily functions of life. Loss of teeth may not only affect daily functions, but can affect a person emotionally. It can hinder a person from being fully comfortable with themselves and their smile. Dental implants may be one option to help make life a bit easier and increase self confidence. Lifetime Family Dental, located in Gilbert Arizona, is here to help with your cosmetic dental needs, including dental implants.

What are Dental Implants?

When someone has lost adult teeth for some reason and needs a replacement, dental implants can help. Essentially, what the dental implants are is a metal post that is placed beneath the gums into your jawbone. This creates a substitute root, where a tooth can then be fashioned and placed on.

How Do They Work?

With the metal post creating a substitute root, it allows for artificial teeth to be placed on them. It offers strong support for the teeth, whether they are dentures, bridges or crowns. The dental implants ensure the artificial teeth will not slip or move when eating or speaking.

Benefits of Dental Implants

As the procedure can seem a bit daunting or a bit more invasive due to the surgical aspect, there are several benefits by going this route.

  • Dental implants allow you to have a natural feeling mouth as the teeth are permanently placed. It will feel normal and the teeth around it will not need to be ground down or prepared to hold the new replacements.  
  • They are strong, stable and long lasting. Dental implants will be the most long term and cost effective solution. While they may need periodic adjustments, overall they will be able to last a lifetime.
  • Dental implants protect healthy bone structure. With the loss of teeth, it can lead to deterioration of your jawbone, but by putting in dental implants it stimulates and preserves your bone.
  • There will be no cavities. By having the implants, cavities are unable to grow and build up, but your teeth will still need the appropriate oral care.
  • Your self confidence will increase. With dental implants they allow you to feel more confident and comfortable smiling. They are so natural that they allow you to eat, speak and feel normal.

 

When it comes to your smile, how can you put a price on it? It not only affects your daily life of speaking or eating, but also affects your emotional capacity towards yourself. You are worth taking time to feel confident about yourself and how you were created. Contact Lifetime Family Dental to search out the best options to create a deeper level of confidence in yourself through the most appropriate cosmetic dentistry needs custom fit to you.

 

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Here at Lifetime Family Dental, we pride ourselves on the positive change we can help create through cosmetic dentistry. We want to help you understand the ins and outs of cosmetic dentistry and share our passion for the creativity and positivity that comes from it.

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Essentially, cosmetic dentistry helps to focus on building the positive appearance of one’s smile. It helps to build confidence through improving the areas of your smile that individuals may be less than pleased with. With cosmetic dentistry, the services may not be to affect the functionality of the teeth or mouth, but rather the aesthetic look. It is less a necessity, but more a desired service. There are several areas that cosmetic dentistry address.

Types of Cosmetic Dentistry

With cosmetic dentistry, there are various options for ways to improve the appearance of your smile. Each individual may have different needs and desires for what they are looking for. Cosmetic dentistry services include:

-Composite Bonding

-Dental Veneers

-Dental Implants

-Teeth Whitening

-Inlays/Onlays

-Full Mouth Reconstruction

What to Expect in Consultation

The initial consultation will help you gain understanding of what treatment moving forward looks like for your specific needs. You will be able to establish a connection with your dentist, and help them understand what you do or do not like about your smile. It will be a time of gathering information about your teeth, your past and present concerns and specific treatment options that best fit your needs. A few areas that may be addressed during consultation may include:

-Prior dental history, and dental records

-Impressions of your upper and lower teeth

-Discussion of color for your teeth

-Shapes and sizes of desired teeth

 

Your consultation will be a time to collaborate with your dentist. You will be able to create a treatment plan together, one that you are happy with and that is able to be done by your capable dentist.

 

Come to Lifetime Family Dental to learn more about our cosmetic dentistry services and how we can help improve your smile!

 

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