Brushing your child’s teeth and other oral hygiene habits are necessary for several reasons. The first set of teeth (primary) keeps your child’s jaw straightened. The primary teeth also hold the spaces for adult teeth to come in and help your child learn how to smile, chew and speak properly. Learning good oral hygiene habits…
I was born with beautiful, straight, nicely shaped teeth. For some strange reason, in my early 30s, I started to get more and more cavities, despite all my brushing and flossing. My teeth began to wear down, become uneven, and stain, as the enamel started to wear away. I began smiling with my mouth closed until one day someone asked me if I wore braces!
I decided then that it was time to have my teeth bonded. My teeth looked great for a few years afterwards until the bonding started to chip away. My teeth then looked extremely uneven from all the fillings and various crowns, so I was back to smiling with my mouth shut, once again!
I had been looking for a dentist that would be capable of making me happy, and I knew I had to do something before I had no teeth left! One of my clients had been bragging about how she loved her dentist. Since one more of my bonds had recently chipped away, I thought I would call her dentist, Dr. Cibischino.
After speaking with Dr. Cibischino, I decided to have a full mouth restoration. I have been thrilled with the results and marvel every day at how wonderful my teeth look!
Dr. Cibischino and his staff are a fantastic group of people who made me feel comfortable and right at home. I am ecstatic with my choice in dentist!