Recently, the National Association of Dental Laboratories (NADL) launched a campaign to raise awareness about the dental lab work in your mouth. They encourage you to know where your lab work was done, by whom, and what materials were used. When it comes to dentistry, the right to know what’s in your mouth has been […]
A Dental Implant for Tiger Woods
This last January, professional golfer Tiger Woods lost one of his front teeth while in Italy. Fortunately, they were able to restore his missing tooth with a dental implant. We can perform the same treatment they did for Mr. Woods for our many patients suffering from missing teeth here in Glendale, CA.
Kill Bill’s Uma Thurman Sports a New Look
Are you ready to shed your stained or damaged teeth for a celebrity smile? Dr. Erwin of Glendale, CA has the solution for you. Our porcelain veneers are fast, safe, and effective in concealing your flaws for a beautiful smile. Come learn more about this procedure so you can schedule your initial consultation today!
Taking Care of Your Implants
Dr. P. Vernon Erwin invites you to learn about how dental implants are maintained and how they can be taken care of to ensure optimal permanency and oral health. If you're missing one or more teeth, you may be interested to know that dental implants are a one-time procedure that lasts a lifetime. Come check it out!
Missing Teeth and Your Oral Health
There are many different problems that can come from ignoring missing teeth. Luckily, for every situation involving missing teeth, there is a restorative treatment possible that can restore your smile.
Optimal Dental Restorations
Dr. Erwin guides you through the different considerations you should make before deciding upon a dental treatment. All patients are unique in circumstance and in the features of their oral anatomy, and an optimal treatment should be tailored to these particular characteristics.
Options for Repairing or Restoring Your Teeth
Not all tooth-repair and tooth-restoration options are made the same. When choosing a treatment, it's important to use materials which are biocompatible and safe to use. These include tooth-colored ceramics, such as porcelain filings, and composites, such as diamond crowns.