1. 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

  2. When You Need Quality Emergency Dental Services In Longmont

    It’s reassuring to know that, should a dental emergency arise, you have a place to go to in Longmont that will take care of your, or your loved one’s, emergency dental care needs. Learn more about what our dental office can do for you when you need gentle dentistry in a hurry. What Constitutes A…Read More

  3. Ways That Restorative Dentistry Can Restore Your Smile

    Restorative dentistry is all about renewing your smile and giving you the look that you want, as well as improving your bite to make it easier for you to eat the things you like. This type of dentistry encompasses many possible types of procedures, including dental implants, crowns, bridges, denture…Read More

  4. At-Home Dental Care Tips To Keep Your Teeth & Gums Healthier

    Brush Twice A Day, And After Meals Brushing your teeth with a soft brush is a great way to get rid of plaque buildup, which can lead to tooth decay if it’s left unchecked. It also helps your gums, because massaging them stimulates circulation and helps firm up tissue; it also gets rid of accumulat…Read More

  5. When You Need Cosmetic Dentistry At A Dental Clinic In Longmont

    Cosmetic dentistry is not frivolous, especially when it’s necessary for you to advance in your career, grow in self-confidence, or reach a new level in your social life. In fact, cosmetic dentistry improves not only your appearance, but also your ability to bite effectively and even your overall d…Read More

  6. Natural Ways To Soothe A Toothache

    A toothache is never a pleasant experience, and the cause of the pain can be one of many possibilities. There could be tooth decay present, and dental work (such as filling a cavity) may be the remedy. It’s possible that the tooth has fractured, or maybe the pain is coming from sore gums and not f…Read More

  7. The Effects of Smoking On Your Teeth & Mouth

    Even though smoking is less common than it was a few decades ago, many people still do it. It often provides relief from stress, which is something everyone needs on a regular basis. Unfortunately, people who turn to cigarettes for stress relief or other benefits end up paying a high price up and do…Read More

  8. Healthy Teeth Before, During, and After Pregnancy

    Whether you've been pregnant before or not, it can feel like your body is suddenly put under a microscope. You may be wondering why your teeth are relevant at all when it comes to pregnancy concerns. The thing is, the hormonal changes that hit your body during pregnancy can affect your dental health…Read More

  9. Is This a Dental Emergency? Part 2

    Some dental discomforts seem to disappear, but that doesn't mean they're gone. In general, when dental problems show up, they get worse with time, not better, especially if you don't adjust or improve your habits. Regular dental appointments help prevent basic problems from getting really serious, b…Read More

  10. How to Convince Someone to Brush Their Teeth

    How is the oral health in your household? How is your own oral health? Whatever the answer may be, you can rest assured that brushing frequency plays a huge part. Regular teeth-brushing seems like a no-brainer to most people. It is certainly talked about that way. However, you would be shocked at ho…Read More

  11. Signs You Need to Make an Appointment With Us – Part 2

    Going to the dentist isn’t usually on people’s lists of favorite activities. That being said, it’s an incredibly important thing to do. Our teeth play a key role in our ability to process the food we need to survive, and when they run into trouble, one of the most basic activities of life can …Read More