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Should I Get Dental Veneers or Dental Bonding?

Choosing the best cosmetic treatment for your teeth is an important decision. Both dental veneers and dental bonding can give patients that beautiful white smile. Knowing the differences can help patients make their decision and choose the best option. Our dental team provides a comprehensive cosmetic consultation to determine what cosmetic treatment options would work best. We discuss all options... read more »

What Are The Uses for Nitrous Oxide?

Sedation dentistry is used to help patients that suffer from anxiety or nerves when they walk into a dental office. Our dental office offers many options to help keep patients relaxed during a dental procedure. One of the most common options used is Nitrous Oxide. Our dentist works with each patient to discuss the details of there commended procedure, and... read more »

3 Reasons Why You Should Floss Daily

Daily flossing is a key part of achieving healthy teeth and gums. Flossing helps remove plaque build-up, which reduces bacteria and minimizes the risk of accumulating tartar. Brushing only address the front, back, and bottom of your teeth, which leaves two surfaces of your teeth untouched. Flossing essentially removes plaque and debris from the surfaces of the teeth that brushing... read more »

6 Tips For a More Attractive Smile

Brush I know I know, this sounds like Dentistry 101. You’ve been told to brush your teeth since you were a little kid. But your mother is right, brushing your teeth is one of the most important tips for a more attractive smile. When you brush, you rub the tiny abrasives (think very gentle sandpaper) in toothpaste over your teeth.... read more »

7 Healthy Tips for Oral Health

When was the last time you evaluated your oral health? Some go as far as to say that the mouth is the gateway to the body! Recent studies have suggested that there is a link between poor oral health and systemic health concerns like heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and stroke. Taking charge of your oral health can help you maintain... read more »

Flossing: A Quick Guide

Louisville dentist Dr. Annissa Michael understands the importance of proper oral hygiene. Proper oral hygiene helps keep the teeth and gums healthy, as well as reduce your risk of developing complex dental concerns. Dr. Annissa works closely with each patient to asses their oral health and creates a treatment plan based on their needs. Preventive dentistry is an essential part of maintaining... read more »

What are the Benefits of Professional Teeth Whitening?

Did you know that your smile is one of the first things other people notice about you? It’s no wonder that hundreds of people invest in their smile every year with cosmetic dentistry. One of the most popular ways to enhance your smile is with professional teeth whitening. Have you ever wondered what your smile would look like if you... read more »

Can I Treat Sleep Apnea at the Dentist?

Why Visit The Dentist For Sleep Apnea Treatment? Dentists routinely examine the overall composition of the mouth, which includes the airway. Dentists analyze the position of the teeth, gums, and jaws as it relates to the airway. Factors such as the height of your dental arches, the position of the tongue, and the height of the hard palate can indicate... read more »

Can Sleep Apnea Cause Fatigue?

If you often wake up after a full nights rest and still feel tired, you may have sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a progressive disorder that can cause a full range of other health concerns. If you or your partner snore loudly, you may consider letting dentist, Dr. Annissa Michael know. Our Louisville, CO dentist office can help you manage... read more »

Click Languages: Did This Straighten the Teeth of our Ancestors?

Compared to our ancestors, our kids’ jaws today are developing much narrower and smaller. Do you ever wonder why the majority of young people today spend their spring break week recovering from having their wisdom teeth pulled? Our jaws aren’t developing large enough to fit all 32 teeth! It never used to be that way. Our earliest ancestors had big,... read more »