Marc Lazare, D.D.S. has just published a new book titled Dr. Lazare’s - The Patient’s Guide to Dentistry, which is the ultimate guide to everything you would like to know and everything you should know about your dental health.
Will tooth whitening work well for you? If your teeth are discolored by the natural process of aging, the prognosis for a beautiful, youthful smile is excellent. You can expect fantastic results in one to six weeks of treatment. The in-office bleaching technique may be used in conjunction with the dentist-prescribed home whitening for a more efficient technique or for stubborn discolorations.
Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or resin material that gets bonded (glued) to the front of your teeth. For teeth that are chipped, severely discolored, crowded, spaced, rotated or misshaped in any way, these veneers can create a durable and beautiful smile for many years to come. Veneers are difficult to stain, making them popular for people seeking a perfect smile.
Implants are metal posts (usually titanium) that are surgically placed beneath your gums to act as artificial tooth roots once they have become integrated with the surrounding bone. These implants offer stable support to artificial teeth, whether in the form of a single crown, a fixed bridge or beneath a removable denture. Dental implants not only enable one to regain their confidence and psychologically be able to enjoy an active lifestyle, but they can improve your smile, help you to once again enjoy chewing all the foods you like, and help to restore your facial structure and youthful appearance.
We are proud to incorporate the principles of Biomimetic Dentistry in our practice! Biomimetic dentistry is tooth conserving dentistry. Literally translated "Bio-mimetic" means to mimic life. We study nature's properties so that we can better duplicate it. Biomimetic dentistry treats weak, fractured, and decayed teeth in a way that keeps them strong and seals them from the invasion of bacteria.Read More About Biomimetic Dentistry »