July 8, 2016
Dental bonding has quickly become one of the most preferred cosmetic procedures to enhance a smile’s appearance. When compared to other cosmetic procedures, dental bonding is the affordable option for high-quality results. Using a composite resin material, a number of cosmetic flaws can be resolved using the simple and noninvasive procedure. Not matter if you have chipped teeth or severe tooth discoloration, cosmetic dental bonding will help. As your Lisle dentist, we use dental bonding for a diversity of purposes.
May 14, 2016
Stress is simply a part of life. To be sure, some people have more than others and everyone copes with life’s stresses differently. Very often, stress translates into a physical manifestation. For example, perhaps someone you know bites their nails when they’re stressed. Others eat and eat and eat. Teeth grinding and clenching, also called bruxism, is another common stress-induced habit. Willpower can help stop nail biting and overeating, but not teeth grinding because this usually happens at night while you’re sleeping. Fortunately, Drs. Marchese at Arbor Dental Care are the Lisle dentist you can come to for relief from bruxism.
April 16, 2016
Did you know that almost 50 million adults in the United States have some degree of gum disease? Oral health is more than cavity prevention. Gums play a vital role in how well your teeth anchor to your jaw bone and how dense that bone is. Additionally, gum disease impacts systemic health, too. (more…)
March 14, 2016
Gum disease often comes on silently and unnoticed. Maybe that’s the reasons studies estimate that upwards of 80 percent of American adults have some degree of gum disease. What is gum disease? It is a chronic bacterial infection of the gum tissue that supports your teeth. And if not treated and stopped, the infection can spread to the bone structure underlying your gums. Therefore, Lisle dentist Drs. Frank and Jeanelle Marchese want to publicize the warning signs of gum disease Lisle patients need to be aware of in order to avoid the harmful oral and general health consequences.