What You Need to Know To Restore Healthy Teeth & Gums

Periodontal Disease Did you know that 47% of adults are affected by gum disease? Gum disease or periodontal disease is an infection of the gums, teeth, and the bone that supports the teeth. It is caused by a growing colony of living bacteria in your mouth known as plaque. Plaque produces toxins under your gums causing bone loss and is the greatest cause of tooth loss in adults. In the beginning of periodontal disease there is little, if any pain so you may not even know that you have it. The early stages you may notice some occasional bleeding along … Read more…

Smile Makeover with Philly Dentistry

Porcelain veneers are a cosmetic dentistry procedure that can correct many dental issues at one time. Just a few examples are, if you have chipped, misaligned, or stained teeth you can have those issues resolved in just two visits. What to except with veneers when you decide to get that smile you always wanted from Philadelphia Dentistry. On your first visit the dentist will begin by making impressions of your teeth. After that, they will then create a mold of how your teeth will look once your veneers are placed. The molds of your teeth are then sent over to … Read more…

June Monthly Special $1000 off 8 veneers

During the whole month of June, Philadelphia Dentistry is offering an amazing deal of $1000 off 8 porcelain veneers. With veneers you can completely change your smile to the smile you always wanted. Don’t be embarrassed or unhappy with your smile anymore because when it comes to your happiness, life is too short not to smile. If you don’t have time to whiten or straighten your teeth with the traditional methods, veneers are a great way to quickly improve your smile. Veneers look just like natural teeth and with our accomplished doctors who stay up to date with the latest … Read more…

Mother’s Day Invisalign Special

At Philadelphia Dentistry we’re celebrating Mother’s Day the whole month of May! We appreciate everything mothers do for their kids and that’s why we are offering $500 off Invisalign, plus free teeth whitening included. Invisalign is the best way to straighten your teeth without the hassle and embarrassment of those old fashion metal braces. Patients often have some questions about Invisalign before starting treatment. Here are the most frequently asked questions by our patients. How many hours a day do I wear my aligners? You should only be removing your aligners to eat and clean your teeth. So typically, you … Read more…

The New Invisalign Outcome Simulator

Invisalign Outcome Simulator Philadelphia Dentistry now offers an in office Invisalign outcome simulator with the iTero scanner, which allows patients to see what their teeth may look like after they finish their Invisalign treatment. This is a great way to communicate with the patient all the benefits that Invisalign offers. It makes it easy to see exactly how the teeth will move into place over time to create that perfect smile you always wanted. Patient Peace of Mind One of the main benefits of having the Invisalign outcome simulator is if the patient is unsure if Invisalign is right for … Read more…

Benefits of Cerinate Lumineers

One of the first things you notice when meeting someone is their smile. Everyone wants that perfect beautiful smile to help with their confidence. After all, a beautiful smile is life changing, it can open new doors that you didn’t think you could go through with your old smile. There are many different options at Philadelphia Dentistry for smile makeovers and one of the most popular options that can fix so many problems are, Cerniate Lumineers. The great thing about Cerninate Lumineers are that they can solve many cosmetic problems, such as, chipped, broken, stained, gaps, crooked and small teeth. … Read more…

Top 5 Benefits of Dental Implants

There are many ways for losing your teeth, it can be from tooth decay, gum disease, or even injury. If you suffer from tooth loss don’t be worried that you won’t be able to smile confidently again. There are many different cosmetic dentistry treatments to fix your smile from tooth loss. One option is dental implants. Now, you may be thinking, what exactly is a dental implant? Dental implants are natural looking replacement teeth that perfectly match your natural teeth. They also replace the root of the tooth to offer a strong foundation. There are many benefits for getting dental … Read more…

White Teeth in Only an Hour?

Are you unsatisfied with the color of your teeth? Do you have stains that make you embarrassed to smile? Well have no fear, there is a way to get those sparkly white teeth you always wanted, and it only takes one hour! At Philadelphia Dentistry we offer an in-office teeth whitening procedure called, ZOOM! Whitening. Before the whitening begins there is an initial evaluation and teeth cleaning which is recommended preceding the treatment. Once that is complete it is time to safely cover the patients lips and gums. The dentist will then apply the ZOOM! Whitening gel. What makes ZOOM! … Read more…

Dental Implants: A Permanent Smile Solution

Dental implants are an incredibly strong, stable, and long-lasting solution to replace missing teeth. The implants are “man-made” roots composed of primarily titanium, a biocompatible metal that fuses to your jaw bone. The implants do not become loose like dentures can. Implants can be used to replace a single tooth or many missing teeth. Depending on your situation the implant specialist and the dentist will work together to find the best solution for you. The health of the gums and bone are important considerations when determining if you are a candidate for dental implants. If the bone is not strong … Read more…

Are Dental Implants the Right Solution for Me?

If you are missing teeth, one of the best options for replacing them today is with dental implants. A dental implant is a “man-made root” that is placed into the jaw bone and sits where the roots of the tooth normally would. Yes, it may sound strange or even painful; however, the jaw bone has less nerve endings than the tooth itself and we find patients normally experience much less sensitivity than they expect. Dental implants are a great way to replace teeth because they provide a long-term solution and can last a lifetime. Based on your health history, you … Read more…