Hello Missoula residents! Your overall oral health depends not only on healthy teeth but also healthy gums. Proper oral hygiene helps keep both your teeth and gums in good shape.
Hello Missoula! It has been said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder; however, when it comes to teeth, there are some features that are generally considered pleasing:
Are you a busy Missoula resident who can’t find the time to improve your smile? The truth is, it may not take as long as you think. My name is Brett Felton and my staff and I at Felton Dental Care can help restore missing, cracked, or discolored teeth – sometimes in just one visit.
You may not sport a sparkling 3-carat diamond on your finger or zip around town in a shiny Ferrari, but you can flash a celebrity-caliber smile. (And we think it is a much better investment than extravagant jewelry or a pricey car.) Cosmetic dentistry is an investment in you. And it pays off every single …
Everyone has teeth, and smart dental patients want to take care of their teeth. However, many dental patients in the Frenchtown, Orchard Homes, and Wye area need a place where they can review basic principles of dental health and get straightforward information about popular cosmetic dentistry procedures such as teeth whitening and veneers.
Every health-conscious Missoula parent knows that sugar is the number one cause of cavities for Montana kids – and plenty of us adults also snack on too many sweet snacks and beverages.
Soft drinks, soda, pop. No matter what you call it, it seems that these days it’s the dietary villain of choice. Today in the Felton Dental Care Dental Blog, we are going to give you yet another reason to avoid this ubiquitous drink.
If you’re looking for the brightest, whitest smile possible but insist that you want it to look natural, Dr. Brett Felton can sit down with you and show you how to achieve it. Here at Felton Dental Care we use effective, cost-sensitive, cutting-edge methods and tools as we create the best smile for each individual.
Dental crowns have been used in dentistry for over 2000 years. There is evidence that the Etruscans experimented with crowns on teeth using ivory and bone as early as 700 B.C. By 200 A.D., they began using gold crowns to construct artificial teeth. Ancient Egyptians fashioned tooth replacements out of seashells and then hammered them into their gums. (Oral sedation, anyone?)