There are many reasons why your teeth could have changed their color. The most common reasons include eating, drinking and lifestyle habits such as excessive candy intake, drinking coffee daily and smoking. Some teeth whitening remedies may be done at home, but for a suitable in-office treatment, our dentist at Alliance Dental Group can work with you.
Braces can be used to effectively correct alignment problems and crowded teeth. Even if your teeth are straight, your upper and lower jaws may not be properly aligned. This issue might contribute to additional oral problems like tooth decay, tooth loss, and jaw problems.
We at Alliance Dental Group recommend you visit our skilled dentist if you are considering braces.
Metal braces might not be for you, but Alliance Dental Group has the perfect alternative to suit your needs. Invisalign are clear aligners that are custom made for your dental structure.
Invisalign fits perfectly over your teeth and the aligners are virtually invisible. Engineered to put the right amount of force on your teeth, Invisalign will help your teeth gradually move into the perfect alignment according to a treatment plan devised by our dentist.
Zoom In-Office Teeth Whitening
This procedure removes discoloration from your teeth through the use of a patented whitening gel.
Our dentist will carefully explain the requirements, risks and precautions of the procedure and answer any questions you may have about the whitening process.
Your teeth accumulate plaque and bacteria naturally, and teeth cleanings are highly recommended. After our dentist conducts an oral exam, they get rid of the accumulated tartar and they floss and polish your teeth. In addition, our dentist can provide you with further information on how to take proper care of your teeth.
Many people who experience tooth decay, plaque, and other dental conditions, will assume that a tooth extraction is their only option. Thankfully, we have an alternative. Crowns cover the affected area to prevent further damage and to preserve your natural tooth.
Cavities that are not taken care of may result in an abscess. The common signs of an abscess include swollen gums and jaw aches. If you believe you may have an abscess, please consult our dentist. We can devise multiple treatment options for you.
For residents of Oglesby Illinois who are looking for a highly qualified dentist, Alliance Dental Group is the place that can meet all of you dental health care needs. Call us at 815-883-3162 today to schedule your appointment!
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