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…
When I was young, I fell down a flight of cement stairs and broke my front tooth. Over the years, that tooth was bonded numerous times. Eventually the composite would wear away, leaving me self-conscious about my slanted smile.
This year, I finally decided to follow Dr. Cibischino’s recommendation to get a porcelain crown and I’m so happy that I did! The process was done in two painless visits and because my teeth are slightly yellow, Dr. Cibischino and his wonderful staff were very careful to select the shade that matched best. They did such a great job that I have to point out to others which tooth isn’t real. Dr. Cibischino was even kind enough to complete the job in time for my class reunion, where I wore my new smile proudly.
— R. A.