What is CEREC?

Thanks to some truly incredible advances in dental technology, Dr. is now able to provide you with veneers and crowns, custom fit to your mouth, in one single visit to our office here in , . How is that possible, you ask? A CEREC machine, that’s how. Standing for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics,…

Whiter Teeth–For Life!

The natural processes of aging can dim your bright smile over time. The layer of dentin underneath the enamel (from which your teeth get their color) darkens as we get older. Stains from food and other sources can also accumulate. Because of this, many people decide to explore their teeth whitening options. At , we…

What Happens When a Dental Filling Wears Out?

At VIP Smiles in Syracuse, Utah, we offer white tooth-colored fillings for our patients who need a dental restoration. These resin or composite fillings are amalgam and mercury-free for the oral health of our patients. Because we use Micro-Air Abrasion, we can remove tooth decay quickly, from 2-4 minutes instead of the 20-30 which traditional…

Your Smile and Your Health Are Related

Why would dental cleanings affect your body as well as your smile? Regular professional teeth cleanings work with your daily oral routine to maintain good oral health and resulting in a healthy smile. Preventing tooth decay and gum disease is an ongoing challenge that can be possible with healthy habits along with regular professional dental cleanings. Daily brushing…

Dental Crowns: An Introduction

When a tooth has been damaged by injury, decay, or simply day-to-day wear and tear, it may need more restorative care than a simple dental filling. When a tooth requires significant restoration, our dentist may recommend a dental crown. You may have heard of crowns before, but would you like to learn more? Why does…

How to Floss Your Teeth for a Healthier Smile!

A healthier smile is as close as your dental floss dispenser! The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends brushing at least twice each day and flossing at least once a day for a healthy smile. While toothbrushes effectively remove plaque and food debris from the tops and sides of teeth, dental floss reaches those tight crevices between…