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Dental veneers are a cosmetic enhancement for your smile. Minor imperfections in your teeth can be concealed by veneers, making them look like new. But as with most cosmetic dental procedures, they are not covered by insurance, making them an out of pocket expense. Are dental veneers worth it? Here’s what you need to know...

You know it's important to brush your teeth. You probably also know the importance of flossing. But did you know that it is just as important to go to the dentist for routine dental cleanings? Professional dental cleanings and oral exams are crucial to maintaining your oral health. It is recommended that you see your...

If you need a crown and have never had one before, you may be curious about the procedure and what to expect once it's completed. A crown can be used to restore strength and function to a tooth that has experienced more damage or decay than can be restored with a dental filling, inlay, or...

Dental veneers are a cosmetic enhancement for your teeth. They are designed to conceal imperfections and give the teeth a like-new appearance.   If you’re considering dental veneers, you may be wondering how they work. Here’s what you need to know about veneers to determine if they may be right for you.  What Are Dental...

Dental implants are replacement teeth. When one or more teeth are missing or need to be extracted, dental implants can be put in their place, offering a natural look and function. They are considered to be the highest quality tooth replacement option available today.    If you’re thinking about getting dental implants, you may be...

Dental implants can replace teeth that are missing or severely damaged due to decay or injury. They provide a natural look and function that restores your smile and your chewing capabilities. Dental implant placement is a surgical procedure, and a short recovery period is to be expected.    If you have an upcoming appointment for...

Do you have one or more teeth that need to be replaced? Whether they are already missing or need to be extracted due to severe decay or damage, dental implants provide a natural looking and functioning replacement.    While most patients are candidates for dental implants, there are certain situations that may disqualify you from...

Dental implants are the highest quality replacement option for missing teeth. They are made of quality, biocompatible materials and are surgically placed in the jaw. It is for this reason that they last longer than other dental prosthetics.  But how long do dental implants actually last? Do they ever need to be replaced? Learn the...

Dental implants have become more common as a replacement option for missing teeth. Even so, there are still many myths out there that cause people to avoid or miss out on the opportunity for high quality replacement teeth.  Here are some common myths about dental implants and the actual facts that debunk them.  Myth: Dental...

Dental implants are becoming more common as a replacement option for missing or damaged teeth. Most dentists recommend dental implants over other dental prosthetics because of their many benefits. They are considered to be the highest quality tooth replacement option available, which is why they tend to come at a higher cost.    A common...

Are you getting dental implants? Dental implants are used to replace missing or damaged teeth that can’t be saved. They are the highest quality dental prosthetic available.    If you have an upcoming procedure to receive one or more dental implants, you may be wondering what to expect. Learn everything you need to know from...

Do you have one or more teeth that are missing or can’t be saved? Severe decay, injuries, gum disease, and other situations can cause damage to your teeth and their support structures, resulting in teeth that are lost or need to be extracted.  It is important to replace missing or damaged teeth rather than leaving...

Dentures are a replacement solution for missing or severely decayed/damaged teeth. Dentures can replace several or all of the teeth in your mouth. There are many different types of dentures, from the way they work to the quality of the materials they are made of, and all of that affects the cost.  How much do...

TMJ is an abbreviation commonly used to describe a certain condition of the jaw. It is characterized by pain and limited range of motion in the jaw, among a variety of other symptoms. But can TMJ disorder cause headaches?  If you’ve been experiencing headaches, there may be a number of causes. Learn more about TMJ...

Dental implants are quickly becoming one of the most common tooth replacement options in dentistry. From a single tooth replacement to a full set of implant supported dentures, dental implants are the latest and greatest technology.  So what’s keeping some patients from choosing dental implants to replace one or more teeth? In some cases it’s...

TMJ is the acronym often used to refer to TMJ disorder. It stands for temporomandibular joint, the place on each side of your head where your lower jaw attaches to your skull. This joint can become strained or misaligned, leading to pain and limited range of motion. Problems with the temporomandibular joint are categorized as...

Are you tired of hiding your smile due to chipped, cracked, or stained teeth? Veneers may be your ticket to smiling again. Dental veneers are one option for improving your smile, especially if your teeth are malformed, very discolored, can’t be whitened, or are otherwise unsightly. Veneers are ideal because they can be completed in...

While not extremely common, jaw pain can be excruciating. It can prevent you from eating, feeling, and looking your best. Jaw pain is often related to TMJ. Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ or TMD) disorders are conditions impacting the jaw joints and surrounding muscles and ligaments. They can arise from trauma, an improper bite, arthritis, or even...

Are you tired of hiding your smile because of chipped, discolored, or misshapen teeth? Porcelain veneers may be just the solution you need to regain your confidence and show off your pearly whites. Porcelain veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front of your teeth, creating a natural, beautiful appearance. But what...

If you're dealing with a damaged tooth, you may be considering a dental crown to help restore it. But what if there isn't enough tooth to hold a crown in place? This is a common problem many people face and can be quite daunting. In this blog post, we'll explore what to do when there...

A dental crown is a restorative option for a tooth that has significant decay or damage. In many cases it can save the natural tooth, allowing the root to remain in place for support. Crowns are one of the most common restorative dental procedures because they are effective for most patients in most cases.  But...

Veneers are a cosmetic dental procedure that improves the appearance of your teeth. These thin, shell-like covers are bonded to the front side of your teeth to conceal imperfections. Veneers can cover stains, discoloration, uneven lengths, chips, gaps, and even minor misalignment.  Do you want to improve your smile in a fast, affordable way? If...

Dental crowns are one of the most popular restorative dental services requested by patients and recommended by dentists. This is because there are a variety of reasons why dental crowns are needed. Crowns protect a weak or damaged tooth, support a tooth with a large filling, hold a dental bridge in place, improve the appearance...

Have you looked in the mirror lately and thought how straighter teeth and better alignment would improve your overall smile and give you more confidence? One of the many reasons patients consider braces is to improve the appearance of their teeth. However, braces also improve your overall oral health, correct biting, and chewing problems, improve...

Dental crowns are an important part of restorative dental care. They’re used for a variety of reasons, including for cosmetic issues, cracked or worn teeth, restoration purposes following a root canal, or as support for dental bridges and replacement for a missing tooth or teeth. They’re also easily attached to dental implants.   Crown Longevity...

Used for restorative dental care and cosmetic reasons, dental crowns can be used to fix cracked or worn teeth, support dental bridges, replace a missing tooth or teeth, and be attached to dental implants. Also used for restoration after a dental root canal, dental crowns are a vital part of restorative dentistry.   What Dental...

Millions of Americans suffer from a painful condition affecting the face and jaw known as a temporomandibular joint disorder, commonly called a TMJ disorder. The temporomandibular joint connects your skull to your jawbone. This joint is what allows us to eat, speak, sing, yawn, and more. So when something is awry with this joint that...

  It’s our goal to make every visit to our office a positive experience for our patients. In most cases, our friendly team members, understanding dentists, and gentle care is enough to help those with dental anxiety feel at ease, but there are times when a patient may need a little extra help. For these...

  At Dental Wellness Team, dental implants are one of our specialties. Patients from throughout the area travel to Coral Springs for our expertise and skilled restorations. Among the most common questions patients have about dental implants are those concerning the expenses involved. If you’re wondering if implants will fit into your budget, read on...

  If you’re interested in clear aligners like Invisalign, you might be wondering how long treatment takes. The answer to this question can be complicated; Invisalign offers a lot more predictability than other forms of orthodontic treatment, but there are also some factors that are outside of our control. Here’s what you need to know...

  Digital technology has changed dentistry in more ways than we can count, but one of our patients’ favorite new services is smile design. With a smile design, you and your dentist can work together to plan your cosmetic and restorative dental procedures, and when the plan is complete, you’ll be able to see a...

  We see many patients who are interested in Clear Aligners in Coral Springs, FL, and it’s easy to understand why—Invisalign or Clear Aligners are more convenient, comfortable, and discreet than traditional metal braces. Rather than using brackets and wires to push and pull teeth into new positions, Invisalign gently shifts them into alignment predictably...