In the hustle and bustle of life, amidst our myriad commitments and responsibilities, it’s easy to overlook the importance of dental health. However, there’s no better time than now to prioritize your oral well-being by visiting Allen Park Dental Care, your friendly local dentist. Here’s why: 1. New Year, New Smile: As we usher in […]
When people in the Detroit area think of diet and oral health, they often think about the damage sweet drinks can cause to teeth. While it’s true that these dangerous sugars cause increased acidity in the mouth and lead to tooth decay, soda and sugary-fruit drinks are only part of the trouble. The typical American […]
As the years go by, our teeth naturally lose their luster. Dark colored foods and drinks speed up the process, but even people who avoid coffee, wine and cola are not immune to yellow or gray teeth. Want to brighten up your smile? Have you considered tooth whitening? Teeth whitening at Szalai & Szalai DDS […]
To eliminate bad breath, you need to find the cause. It could be anything from poor oral hygiene to periodontal disease. Let us help you determine the cause. To get rid of hidden bacteria multiplying between teeth, pay more attention to thorough flossing and brushing.
Did you know that enamel is the hardest substance in the body? It’s true! This substance, found on the outer surface of your teeth, truly should last a lifetime. But just because it’s super strong doesn’t mean you don’t have to work to take care of it.
Poorly aligned teeth? Think it takes forever for braces to straighten them? Think again. There are many new types of braces available in Detroit, MI. In some cases, teeth can be straightened in a few months and then, with braces off–a fantastic new smile.
Are you one of those people who don’t want to show their teeth? We would love to talk to you about a smile makeover. Whatever your excuse is for not seeking dental treatment, we can discuss all of your concerns with you during a free consultation.
When a tooth has decay or has been damaged, restorative dentistry is needed to ‘restore’ the tooth to its previous intact condition. A dental filling is one of the most common and well-known types of restorations.