Dental Implants or Dentures?

Tooth loss is a common problem affecting millions of people around the world. Untreated tooth loss is unhealthy and impacts your health as well as self-esteem. However, your dentist can help you replace your missing teeth using either dental implants or dentures. To make an informed choice about which treatment is right for you, your dentist would help you choose what is right for you. Here are some differences between Dentures and Dental Implants: Support: When it comes to supporting your ...more

How Missing Teeth Affect Your Face and Jawbone

Missing teeth affects not only your smile but also your ability to chew, speak and smile. It also affects your jawbone and face. When teeth are lost due to an accident or due to periodontal disease, the natural tooth root lacks nourishment which leads to loss of bone in your jaw. The result due to bone loss are not visible immediately, but can be seen in a couple of weeks, resulting in wrinkles and collapsed cheeks. Due to these changes, you will look older than your actual age! Missing teeth ...more

3 ways Invisalign can help improve your teen’s smile

3 ways Invisalign can help improve your teen’s smile Today, we have a lot more affordable options for our children when it comes to taking care of their dental needs. Invisalign Teen is an affordable, comfortable and popular choice when it comes to considering an alternative to braces. Invisalign has been proven to be safe over the years and is a great treatment option which your child will love. Here are 3 ways Invisalign Teen can help improve your teen’s smile. • A prettier smile With ...more

Toothbrush safety Tips during COVID-19

Toothbrush safety Tips during COVID-19 COVID-19 or Corona virus is a new disease that has spread across the world, killing thousands of people. Though COVID-19 spreads when an infected person coughs or sneezes, it also spreads through contaminated surfaces and even your tooth brush. A person who is infected with COVID-19 or corona virus ends up transmitting this virus on to their toothbrush. And if this toothbrush is placed in the same holder as other toothbrushes- there is a high risk of ...more

Taking care of your teeth after Invisalign

We are so glad that you have opted for Invisalign braces and hope that you are seeing the result of your investment. Invisalign braces should be cared for and protected by following the regular dental care routine and also scheduling appointments with your orthodontist! Here are some tips by Dr. Garima Sinha from Walnut Street Smiles. Proper retainer care: Tending to your smile once you get Invisalign is far from over. Wearing a retainer as prescribed by your orthodontist helps you keep your ...more

Invisalign® Day is coming soon

Invisalign® Day is coming soon! What is Invisalign Day? It is that time of the year where we offer you amazing savings of $500. You heard that right. Are you struggling with straightening your teeth? Did you have braces as a child or teenager? Do you hate the idea of metal brackets to straighten your teeth? If your answer is YES to any of these questions, then Invisalign® is the perfect solution for you. What is Invisalign® Day? Walk in to our practice 1601 Walnut St Unit 1025 19102 ...more

Invisalign® Teen - 8 questions to ask yourself

Invisalign® Teen - 8 questions to ask yourself Does your teen need braces? Make an appointment with Walnut Street Smiles to know more about Invisalign Teen. Invisalign Teen is perfect for teenagers. They serve the purpose of traditional metal braces by correcting alignment, under and overbite. The advantage with Invisalign Teen is that they are nearly invisible, easier to wear and are more comfortable than traditional metal braces. Your teen would not be feeling shy to put on these invisible ...more

Top 3 reasons why working professionals choose Invisalign in 2020

Top 3 reasons why working professionals choose Invisalign in 2020 Wearing traditional metal braces might not be uncommon for high schoolers. However, if you are a working adult and are looking forward to straighten your teeth, Invisalign clear aligners are your choice! They are discreet, comfortable and easy to maintain. Invisalign aligners are discreet Invisalign aligners are clear aligners made of soft plastic which are both discreet and comfortable. Conventional braces can be seen even from ...more

Top 8 things to know before getting Invisalign procedure in 2020

Top 8 things to know before getting Invisalign procedure in 2020 So you are thinking of getting Invisalign aligners. Here are a few things to know before you get started. Keep your aligners in as much as possible The first thing to know is that you are required to put in your aligners as much as possible. Essentially, you are required to wear them for 22 hours in a day. This is when you will begin to adjust to carry on your day to day activities with Invisalign and also this is when the ...more

Braces vs Invisalign® - All you need to know in Dentistry 2020

Braces vs Invisalign® - All you need to know in Dentistry 2020 Are you tired of having visible braces? At Walnut Street Smiles, we take pride in providing the most updated and successful technologies for our patients because it is important to us that you feel confident with your smile! Invisalign® is a set of aligner trays which are nearly invisible that are reviewed to be very comfortable since these aligners are made of soft and comfortable plastic instead of sharp metal which can irritate ...more
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