Transform Your Smiles into a Flawless Masterpiece With Dental Veneers

Are you currently looking for a wonderful tooth restoration service but are unsure which to choose? Groover Family Dentistry recommends dental veneers to renovate your smile into a masterpiece. Veneers consist of a simple procedure in which a small yet sturdy material is cemented to the fronts of your teeth to conceal flaws or abnormalities. Transform good smiles into great... read more »

Dentists Give Thanks by Making Great Smiles

The Thanksgiving season has finally arrived. Hopefully, your year has been blessed with happiness and good health for yourself and your loved ones. If so, then you have plenty to be thankful for this year. However, we must not forget to thank our wonderful dentists and all the work they put forth. The dentists here at Groover Family Dentistry understand... read more »

Dental Veneers Can Give You a Long-Lasting White Smile

A white and winning smile is beneficial in many of life’s social settings. If you have multiple tooth chips, old fillings or tooth discoloration, it can leave you feeling self-conscious. In a situation like this, your dentist, Dr. Groover, can fit your smile with dental veneers in Savannah, GA. Each veneer will be custom crafted from a special porcelain material.... read more »

The Treatment Process Involved in Placing a Dental Veneer

If you’re interested in beautifying your smile with a dental veneer but you’re a little nervous about the placement process, our Groover Family Dentistry team is happy to ease your fears! The process of placing a dental veneer in Savannah, GA, is easy and simple. It involves the following steps: Step No. 1: Diagnosis and treatment planning When you first... read more »

Taking Care of Dental Veneers

Dental veneers represent a significant investment in improving the appearance of your smile. So it’s a wise idea to develop an oral hygiene plan that helps keep them bright for many years to come. It’s important to keep in mind that veneers are porcelain shells placed over your natural teeth. Therefore regular brushing and flossing twice a day are absolutely... read more »