1. The Benefits of Invisalign Braces

    Having crooked or misaligned teeth, or teeth with excessive gaps can make it difficult to feel confident in your smile. For years, metal braces have been the traditional teeth straightening and aligning method, but if you are like most people, a mouth full of metal brackets and wires can seem juven…Read More

  2. Brushing Up On The Basics of Dental Care

    Even if you are brushing your teeth every morning and night it doesn’t necessarily guarantee you're giving your mouth all the attention it needs. In fact, there is so much more that goes into maintaining healthy and attractive teeth and gums, which is why the importance of good oral hygiene and a…Read More

  3. Signs You May Need Porcelain Veneers

    Are you unhappy with your smile? Do crooked, chipped, or gapped, or stained teeth make you hide your teeth or simply not smile at all? If dental imperfections are getting in the way of a perfect smile, your cosmetic dentist can use porcelain veneers to help you smile with confidence and maintain go…Read More

  4. Tips To Improve The Health of Your Teeth

    They say that your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, so having missing, uneven, discolored, broken or chipped teeth, among other imperfections likely won’t create the most ideal first impression. In order for your teeth and smile to look it’s best, your teeth must stay h…Read More

  5. Signs You May Need Bruxism Treatment

    Have you ever woken up with a headache or unexplained jaw pain? Does your jaw pop and click when you open and close your mouth or chew food? If so, you may be suffering from bruxism, or teeth grinding. Many people grind their teeth when they are angry or stressed, some do it unknowingly while they …Read More

  6. A Brief Guide To Periodontal “Gum” Disease

    Periodontal disease more often referred to as gum disease, is an oral health condition that occurs when plaque and tartar buildup at the gums irritates the tissue, leading to a breakdown between the supportive soft tissue and bone. Gum disease occurs in 47 percent of Americans over the age of 30. W…Read More

  7. Signs Its Time To Schedule A Dental Checkup, Part 2

    Dentists recommend getting a check up at least twice a year in order to keep your oral health and teeth in the best condition. However, too often patients ignore signs and symptoms that can signal a critical issue that needs attention from your dentist. In our last blog, we shared three signs that …Read More

  8. Signs Its Time To Schedule A Dental Checkup

    Let’s be real, going to the dentist isn’t always anyone’s favorite thing to do. However, going to the dentist is essential and necessary for our oral and overall health. At Transcend Dental, we recommend visiting our Royersford dentist every six months — which is the standard checkup period…Read More

  9. The Difference Between Full and Partial Dentures

    Do you know the important differences between full and partial dentures? Our team is happy to review both versions for optimal tooth replacement to help you better understand how they can restore your smile. Below we will review the main types of dentures, which are full and partial dentures, and t…Read More

  10. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month & Dental Hygiene Month

    October is here and fall has officially begun, bringing with it Breast Cancer Awareness Month as well as National Dental Hygiene Month. This is a time to raise awareness for both and help to prevent problems by monitoring your health and being mindful of your lifestyle choices. Whether you are figh…Read More