Whether you’re thinking of replacing a single tooth or need more extensive implant treatment, our upcoming dental implant seminar will help you understand everything about the dental implant process.
11.10.17PCCD Doubles Its "Smiles for Troops" Peninsula Center of Cosmetic Dentistry Serves More Veterans Nov. 10.
Dr. Bruce Hartley and Dr. Joseph Field were recently featured on the cover of Gentry's Health Magazine.
There are clearly many benefits to a smile makeover. But what's included in a smile makeover procedure? How do cosmetic dentists even perform a smile makeover?
At Peninsula Center of Cosmetic Dentistry, we enjoy serving our large Chinese patient population in the Bay Area including the Peninsula, South Bay, Easy Bay and greater San Francisco. We even have a separate website in Mandarin Chinese for Chinese-speaking patients. Additionally, we have fluent Chinese-speaking team members who can fully communicate with our Chinese-speaking
If you’re debating dental implants versus dentures to replace missing teeth, keep reading. Today I’m going to break down some of the advantages and drawbacks of dentures, especially when compared to dental implants and full mouth dental implants. The Drawbacks of Dentures Although it may seem tempting to get dentures to replace broken teeth—after all,
Dental implants are designed to function just like natural teeth, with all the strength and durability to eat your favorite foods again. However, some patients may assume that they can eat their favorite foods again immediately after surgery, but that’s not quite the case. Instead, take some time to allow your surgical site to heal,
When it comes to taking care of our oral health, we’re always looking for ways to better care for our teeth and gums. While there are plenty of different dental treatments on the market, the best way to take care of your teeth is regularly brushing and flossing your teeth. In general, most Americans are
For many people, going to the dentist can seem like a pretty nerve-wracking or unpleasant experience. Despite the often negative views on going to the dentist, we know that going to the dentist regularly is necessary for a healthy smile. According to a recent online survey conducted by Harris Poll, one in three Americans are
It seems like every day we do something that is potentially damaging our smiles. Of these many things, one of the most common is alcohol consumption. In fact, over 50 percent of Americans were reported to drink in the past month, with over 70 percent in the past year. However, it turns out that alcohol