1. The Nitty-Gritty Behind Teeth Whitening

    First impressions matter, and one of the first things others notice about your appearance are your teeth. They notice if they are straight or crooked or white or yellow or if you are missing your two front teeth or you’re not. And, like it or not, people will make a judgement on your appearance ba…Read More

  2. What Your Teeth Say About The Rest Of Your Body

    It’s been said that the eyes are the windows to your soul. At Smile Designers, we feel that your smile is a window to your physical health! Strong teeth and healthy gums often reflect a healthy body overall. If you have decay, inflammation, or infection in your mouth, there could be something nega…Read More

  3. An Overview Of General Dentistry Procedures

    If you feel you might need dental work done, schedule an appointment with your family dentist. Before your office visit, you can familiarize yourself with the different types of general dentistry procedures that are available. This way, when you walk into your dental clinic, you’ll have a better i…Read More

  4. Why Mouthguards Are Important

    When you’re active in sports, do you wear mouthguards? If you don’t, you probably should. Mouthguards (or mouth protectors) can safeguard not just your teeth, but your lips, face, and jaw as well. In sports like hockey, football, boxing, gymnastics, skateboarding, or any activity where a dental …Read More

  5. We Offer Gentle Family Dentistry In Longmont

    What Is Gentle Family Dentistry? It’s an effective way that dental clinics use to remove stress from your or your loved one’s dental appointment. We understand that going to the dentist can cause a level of anxiety in some patients. We do our utmost to reduce these unpleasant feelings through ge…Read More

  6. How to Manage Your Child’s Anxiety at the Dentist

    It’s not unusual for people of all ages to feel a level of anxiety during their dental appointments. After all, there is the fear of the unknown to contend with. What’s the dentist going to do? Will it hurt? These questions may pop up whether it’s your 30th visit to your local dentist, or your…Read More

  7. Is Chocolate Really Bad For Your Teeth?

    “You’ll rot your teeth out.” That’s what the conventional wisdom has taught many of us about eating chocolate. But is chocolate really bad for teeth? As with so many things in life, the answer is more along the lines of, “It depends.” Chocolate Can Be Bad Chocolate comes in many forms an…Read More

  8. Cavities In Kids: What You Can Do To Help Prevent Them

    Sometimes people think that cavities are inevitable, but it really doesn’t have to be that way. You can take measures to protect your teeth against cavities, both for yourself and for your children. Read our post today to find out what you can do to help prevent cavities from developing in kids’…Read More

  9. Electric vs. Manual: Which Toothbrush Do You Need?

    Ah, tooth brushing. It's the thing our parents tried to teach us to do. It's the habit we hope to have developed by the time we reach adulthood. There are plenty of tools available for keeping your teeth clean, but the main division happens between manual toothbrushes and electric toothbrushes. Elec…Read More

  10. Is This a Dental Emergency? Part 1

    If you've experienced a dental issue before, you know that a little ache can quickly escalate into excruciating pain that makes it next to impossible to eat, drink, or even talk. Though not all dental problems cause extreme discomfort, they can get very serious, and you need to understand when it's …Read More

  11. How to Instill Great Dental Habits in Your Children

    We all want our children to have great lives. Being able to chew food comfortably and not end up bogged down with dental costs is part of that. The good news is, when your kids are young, you have great opportunities to protect their future dental health by giving them great habits. The team at Smil…Read More