Teeth whitening is a practice of lightening the discoloration of the teeth’s enamel or dentin. Teeth can become darkened as a result of both extrinsic staining–a buildup of surface stains which covers the tooth’s natural color–and intrinsic staining, where the tooth itself becomes discolored from the inside out.Read More
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Over the course of a lifetime, teeth can be damaged. In some cases, this damage is severe enough the tooth will fall out or have to be removed. But that doesn’t have to be the end of the story.Read More
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accessible quality care that inspires Healthy Smile & Healthy Life
At Plumb Dental, we offer general dentistry for the entire family , including preventative care, root canals, implant restoration, cosmetic work—even whole smile makeovers. Contact us today and start smiling again!Our Dental Services
If a full set of teeth is important to you we offer dental implants. Dental implants not only help cosmetically but functionally as well.
Considering more than one dental procedure? A complete smile makeover may be just the thing for you. Investing in a better smile is a lifelong investment that benefits you every day.
Usually crowns require two visits. Not at Plumb Dental We provide same day crowns. Saving our clients extra trips.
Going to the dentist can be a painful and frightening experience for patients young and old. Ask us about our Sedation Dentistry.
Fun Tooth Facts for a Healthy Mouth Did you know that the average person produces a quart of saliva daily? That’s 10,000 gallons of spit over a lifetime. Saliva is essential to good dental health because it washes food off the teeth, neutralizes acids in the mouth, fights germs and prevents bad breath. On a… Read more »
This time of year, many people resolve to make healthy changes, including weight loss, but what happens when losing weight goes beyond healthy and into the realm of something more dangerous- anorexia or bulimia? Serious eating disorders effect more than 10 million North Americans and have grim implications for oral health because, in addition to… Read more »