As we inch closer and closer to 2019, many of us will soon be looking forward to creating new goals and resolutions to follow in the new year. Between losing weight, eating healthy and having a more positive outlook on life, there are many different goals and missions people of all ages can take part in each year.… Read More
Halloween has just passed, and whether your children went with a homemade costume or searched all the top websites for the perfect outfit, at the end of the day, they probably ended up stuffing their mouths with tons and tons of candy.… Read More
Cosmetic dentists work with patients to give them beautiful smiles and a confidence boost that will leave them beaming! But these procedures don’t just offer you a gorgeous grin. Many of them also leave you with a healthier mouth.
Below, we’ve explored how a few common cosmetic dentistry procedures can give your oral health a boost!… Read More
If you’re looking to straighten your teeth as an adult, there’s no need to count out braces. Although many people think they’re only used to straighten children’s teeth, they can also be used for adults who are unhappy with their smile.… Read More
You finally got your braces off. Congratulations! After years of tightening, avoiding certain foods, and brushing conscientiously, you have a beautiful new smile that Hollywood stars would envy.
To keep it looking flawless, however, your orthodontist may ask you to wear a removable retainer.… Read More
There are tons of health benefits to showing your pearly whites, even when a smile doesn’t always come naturally to you. At Center City Emergency Dentist, we offer Philadelphia patients the dental veneers, braces and other dental work that they need to feel confident in their smiles and enjoy those benefits.… Read More
Roughly 1 in 10 Americans are afraid of the dentist, but many more people are fearful of the bill that comes afterward. At Center City Emergency Dentist, we believe that oral health is a vital component of your overall well-being and should never be ignored.… Read More
Do you floss your teeth every day? If you said no, you’re like most Americans. A whopping 75% of men and women do not floss daily, and 20% do not floss at all. Braces-wearers may floss even less, as the metal brackets and wires often become a hassle when it comes to oral hygiene.… Read More