Looking for a Straighter, More Beautiful Smile? Invisalign® Can Help!

Are you looking for a teeth straightening method that works without resorting to metal wires and brackets (like those used with traditional orthodontics)? If so, Dentistry for Madison LLC is pleased to provide Invisalign® treatment for our patients who are good candidates for this treatment and who want straight teeth without the hassle of traditional braces. Invisalign is a virtually... read more »

Gum Disease is No Joke

Neither is periodontal disease.  Different name, same severity. The terms gum disease and periodontal disease are used interchangeably.  Both are names for a range of oral health problems ranging from gingivitis, or inflammation of the gums, to the more serious periodontitis where gums pull away from the teeth causing potential infections. Don’t ignore the signs It is incredibly common for... read more »

Leave it to the Leprechauns to Rock the Gold Teeth

Everyone has their own opinions when it comes to what kind of crown to get.  Inform yourself of the facts so that between you and your dentist, you can find a crown that’s best for you. There are a number of choices when it comes to materials for crowns including stainless steel, gold, a porcelain overlay fused to metal, all-resin,... read more »

Fall In Love With Your Smile

Spread the love with a bright and confident smile! Unfortunately, not everyone enjoyed Valentine’s Day, especially those who have kept themselves out of the dating game because of personal insecurities about their appearance. We see it all the time at Dentistry for Madison.  People stick to “soft smiling” because of discolored teeth, a chipped tooth, or one that is awkwardly... read more »

Brighten Your Smile in the New Year

Smile Whitening Q&A with Dr. Jay Q: When someone comes into your office and expresses that they would like to brighten their smile, what do you suggest to them? A: We first need to make sure that the patient is a good candidate. Here at Dentistry for Madison, we base this off of the cause of discoloration which can either... read more »

Invisalign® Does More Than Just Straighten Your Teeth

Ok, so you have a few crooked teeth that have been bothering you for a while. Braces you say, better yet, Invisalign®. By straightening your teeth, you also are helping out the rest of your mouth. Our team at Dentistry for Madison is here to discuss the additional benefits Invisalign® brings along with a straighter smile. Help a smile out... read more »

7 Things to Know about Invisalign

Are you self conscious of your smile? Did you have braces as a teen, but didn’t wear your retainer as much as you should have? Before you commit to becoming a metal mouth again, learn about your options. Invisalign is a system that uses a series of plastic aligners to straighten your teeth gradually - they’re completely clear, removable, and... read more »

Past the Age of Braces? Straighten your Teeth with Invisalign

You paid for you kid’s braces, now it’s time to invest in yourself and increase your confidence. You are never “too old” to straighten your teeth. It is common in today’s society for adults to be unhappy with their crooked smiles and simply assume that they are past the age to straighten their teeth. This is a common misconception among... read more »

Rebuild Your Smile

Naturally, as we age, our body begins to slowly breakdown. This in turn affects our skin, muscles, bones, joints, internal organs, and even our brains. Teeth are no exception. How much tooth wear is normal? Worn down teeth is natural as we age. The average amount of normal wear on one’s teeth, after the age of thirty, is about one... read more »

Yes, You Should Replace Your Missing Tooth.

Your teeth provide you with more than just the ability to chew; they also affect your speech, comfort, and self-confidence. Take care of your health and replace your missing tooth. Did you recently lose a tooth or have you been missing one for a while? Either way, professionals recommend that you see a dental implants dentist as soon as you... read more »