1. Time To Visit The Dentist Again?

    Going to the dentist can be a nightmare for some people, particularly if they have bad teeth. Some of us just can't help it and they are cursed with teeth that are more susceptible to cavities and other nasty ailments. This is when a competent dentist can be them most important person for maintaining a healthy smile. But what if it has been quite a few years since you have been to the dentist? Cle…Read More

  2. Water Your Implants Daily

    The newest and frankly the most exciting aspect of adult dentistry these days is the dental implant. At Enamel Dental Studio, we are proud to offer the most complete dental implant services in the Chicago area. Of course there is one very important prerequisite aspect of implant dentistry that you must qualify for before the procedure can take place. You must have missing or broken teeth. Now whil…Read More

  3. The Alternative to Traditional Braces, Invisalign

    Many of us had braces when we were children. The old metal mouth smile is a fixture in many a yearbook. Braces used to be the bane of every teenager, the hallmark of adolescence and a deterrent of porchlight makeout sessions. These days braces are just as common among adolescents but surprisingly, the fastest growing segment of the population getting braces are adults. At Enamel Dental Studio, we …Read More

  4. Preventative Dental Care

    As it goes with many other things in life, preventive and proactive care for issues can save you from having to solve problems from a reactionary stance. This proactive actions to help ensure that, for what you can control, certain dental issues can stay in check. This preventative and proactive care comes in the form of implementing a healthy daily routine of dental care, as well as regularly sch…Read More

  5. Why It’s Important to Go to The Dentist

    Though you may think that your dental health can be maintained with your daily routine of brushing and flossing, it is incredibly important for you to still go to the dentist. Dental health is not something to be taken lightly, nor should your visits to the dentist. Even if you have been to the dentist recently and think that because you are in your early adulthood that you are fine, going every 6…Read More