Taking Care of Your Implants

Congratulations on your new dental implants. You have made a great choice since your implants are durable, can stand on their own as a part of your smile, will help keep your remaining teeth in place, and will help your jawbone to become stronger and more sturdy. The good news is that unlike dentures, implants do not need to be... read more »

The Fundamentals of Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are a highly popular form of tooth restoration dentistry that specializes in cosmetic improvements to your smile. Veneers conceal and cover the fronts of teeth to ensure your smile looks as spectacular as you need it to. For a list of guidelines concerning dental veneers, consider this: - A single dental veneer can last a decade of nonstop use... read more »

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Have you ever wondered what is cosmetic dentistry? If so, we have exciting news for you! Our team here at Ace Dental Care in Alpharetta, Georgia, offers cosmetic dentistry and is excited to give you some insight to how it can improve your smile. Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses on improving the appearance of your smile.... read more »

Mouthwash Basics 101

When looking for the perfect mouthwash, it is always important to remember that the products you use for your teeth should mimic the features you desire in your smile. If you are using toothpaste and mouthwash products that focus on whitening teeth, but you suffer from dental erosion and cavities, you won’t be doing yourself any favors. Focus on what... read more »

Bone Grafting Can Give You Your Smile Back

Dr. Pallavi Rakesh and our team in Alpharetta, Georgia, are pleased to provide bone augmentation, also called bone grafting, for our patients who have lost bone density in their jaw. How does this happen? You can lose bone material in your jaw due to tooth loss from decay, trauma or gum disease. The good news is, a bone graft by... read more »

A Cracked Tooth Often Requires First Aid While Seeking Treatment

Vigorous athletics, extreme sports, and other rugged activities, can put you at increased risk of suffering an oral injury or dental trauma. If a blow to the face or other accident severely fractures or cracks a tooth, it can cause pain and lead to other complications. In a situation like this, it’s important to apply some simple first aid measures,... read more »

How to Prevent Enamel Erosion

You probably know that your teeth are strong, but would you be surprised to hear that the outer layer of your teeth is one of the hardest things in your body? Still, even though enamel is extremely hard, it can be damaged, softened, and worn down. Luckily, there are several symptoms you can watch for and several things you can... read more »

Which Foods and Drinks Can Benefit Your Teeth and Gums?

Did you know that the foods and drinks we consume play one of the largest roles in the look and function of our teeth? Did you know that just as there are foods that can increase your risk for various ailments such as tooth decay and gum disease, there are also foods that can decrease your risk? Although brushing and... read more »