Find out if Cosmetic Bonding Is the Right Choice for You

Have you wondered what to do about your chipped, discolored, or damaged teeth? Well, you may not need to wonder anymore! If you have cosmetic problems with your teeth that you would like to correct, cosmetic bonding may be the correct choice. The great thing about bonding is that it is a relatively easy procedure to perform and can be... read more »

Why Veneers are a Fantastic Dental Restoration

If any of your teeth are chipped, cracked, or discolored, veneers may be the best fit for you. Here’s some basic information to help you decide: What is a veneer? A veneer is a thin surface of extremely durable porcelain that is custom fit and powerfully glued to your tooth. How would Dr. Bennett Packard fit me with a veneer?... read more »

Do I need Veneers?

Dental veneers are one of the most popular restorative oral health options in the country. Seeing as they help fix everything from deep enamel stains to chips, cracks, and moderate tooth fractures, it makes sense that so many people are trying to get their teeth fitted for veneers. However, knowing when you do and don’t need veneers can be tricky.... read more »

Save a Damaged Smile with a Dental Crown

Do you have a damaged smile? A damaged smile can occur in a variety of ways, including environmental factors, oral accidents, lack of effective oral health care habits, and even genetics. Fortunately, there are services designed to treat damaged smiles and turn them into oral health care showcases. Dental crowns are protective encasings used to cover and conceal damaged teeth... read more »

Teeth with Chips and Deep Stains Can Be Improved by Dental Veneers

Your smile says a lot about you, and a smile that has been dulled by staining issues, minor chips or other imperfection can leave you feeling self-conscious in social situations. Sometimes the best way to improve your smile is to have Dr. Bennett Packard fit your teeth with a custom set of dental veneers. Dental veneers are essentially thin porcelain... read more »