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Is It Possible for Dental Implants to Rust?

August 28, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 3:36 pm
Woman’s smile with titanium dental implant

Dental implants have a widespread reputation for providing high-quality tooth replacement. Indeed, they have the potential to give you a rebuilt smile that will last throughout your lifetime. However, since they are made out of metal, you might wonder if it is possible for dental implants to rust. If it is possible, how might that affect your oral health? This blog post provides important information.


What Is the Best Way to Fix Small Teeth?

June 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 2:12 pm
Smiling, mature woman with beautiful teeth

An attractive smile should have pleasing proportions. That is to say, the teeth, gums, and lips should all complement each other without any one component standing out too much. But what if your teeth do not quite seem to fit in with the rest of your smile? What is the best way to fix small teeth? This blog post discusses possible causes for this issue and how a cosmetic dentist may be able to help.


What Should I Know About Full Mouth Reconstruction?

February 7, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 2:19 pm
man smiling after full mouth reconstruction

Do you suffer from extensive tooth loss because you’ve let decay go untreated for too long? Have you endured years of dental wear? Both of those factors can have a major impact on your smile. Fortunately, your dentist in Beachwood can create a personalized and comprehensive restoration plan to help you enjoy a fully functioning grin once again. Full mouth reconstruction is a process that involves a range of treatment options to repair dental damage and achieve flawless results. Read on to learn which services your dentist may suggest to completely rebuild your smile.


Why It’s Important to Detect Oral Health Issues Early

January 21, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 8:37 pm
Young man having teeth examined during dental appointment

What is your plan for dealing with oral health problems? Some people try to save time and money by skipping their regular dental appointments and only seeing the dentist when a serious dental issue occurs. However, this is not the best plan for keeping your smile safe. It’s always better to visit your dentist every six months so that any problems can be caught early. Below are 4 important advantages of this preventive approach to dental care.


My Invisalign Aligner Does Not Fit — What Should I Do?

January 20, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 1:18 pm
Man using thumb and forefinger to hold Invisalign aligner

Invisalign aligners are fabricated for each patient’s unique smile. They should fit snugly on your teeth, but they should stay in place, and they should be relatively comfortable. What should you do if one of yours keeps popping out of place or is difficult to insert into your mouth? Read on below to learn about a few possible reasons why your Invisalign aligner does not fit and what you can do in each situation.


How Can Santa Get Your Child Excited About Toothcare?

December 14, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 6:20 pm
Christmas toothbrush illustration

What does Christmas morning success look like as a parent? Well, one answer doesn’t cover all parents, but it could be argued that seeing that look of excitement in your child’s eye after they tear the wrapping paper off a present or examine the goodies in their stocking means “Santa” did an excellent job! When you select a gift they enjoy that helps keep them healthy, you both win. Read on to discover some ideas from a dentist in Beachwood for stocking stuffers that encourage kids to take good care of their teeth, plus some suggestions for their oral hygiene routine.


What Should I Know About Invisalign Treatment During the Holidays?

December 4, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 5:35 pm
smiling woman wearing santa hat

There’s a lot going on during the holiday season, and hopefully, that means a lot of fun for you. In all the hustle and bustle, the chances increase that you could slack off in your oral hygiene and Invisalign treatment. But if you can remember to leave cookies and milk out for Santa, you can remember to take care of your teeth. Check out these tips from your dentist in Beachwood on how to stay diligent regarding your Invisalign treatment during the holidays.


What Problems Can Cosmetic Bonding Fix?

November 20, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 3:29 pm
Close-up of woman’s beautiful smile after cosmetic dental treatments

If you want to enhance the look of your smile, there are a number of cosmetic dental treatments that you may be eligible for. One of the fastest and most affordable options is cosmetic bonding, also known as dental bonding or composite resin bonding. Read on below to learn more about what is involved in this treatment and how it may be able to benefit you.


Ask these 4 Questions Before Your Smile Makeover

November 3, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 3:26 pm
Dentist and patient discussing the details of a smile makeover

Would you like to transform your teeth via a comprehensive smile makeover? You have much to look forward to. Still, before you commit to anything, it would be wise to ask some questions. Making sure you are well-informed can allow you to move forward with confidence, and it can help you avoid surprises down the road. Here are a few ideas about what you should ask your cosmetic dentist during your consultation:


What to Do After Getting a Dental Crown

October 28, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. Benjamin Hornstein @ 4:45 pm
patient smiling while getting dental crown in Beachwood

Do you have an upcoming appointment to get a dental crown in Beachwood? If you’ve never gotten one before, you may be unsure of what to expect. Following your procedure, you’ll have to go through a recovery period that typically lasts for a few days. While you heal, your body is recovering from the irritation and inflammation associated with dental crown placement. Read on to learn more about what to expect after your procedure and tips for a smooth sailing recovery.

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