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Cosmetic Dentistry: What It Is & Types of Treatment

June 11, 2021

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Sometimes, a straight set of pearly whites is all that’s needed to improve one’s confidence. Not only does enhancing your appearance boost your self-esteem, but studies show that it can improve your quality of life as well. If you’ve ever considered transforming your smile, you may have heard about cosmetic dentistry. Read on to learn more about what this specialty is and the different cosmetic dental treatments offered.


What Are the Qualities of a Good Dental Implant Candidate?

May 11, 2021

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man in dentist chair admiring dental implants

Missing teeth are a common problem among millions of Americans in the U.S., making simple things like eating, speaking, and smiling a struggle. Fortunately, dental implants are a great replacement solution to help people enjoy life the way they used to: comfortably and confidently.

If you’re considering this popular restorative procedure, you must keep in mind that this method isn’t for everyone. Wondering if you’re qualified to get them? Read along for a few characteristics that make someone a good dental implant candidate.


How to Extend the Lifespan of Your Veneers By Changing Your Diet

March 11, 2021

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healthy foods that are ok to eat with veneers

Veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments thanks to their ability to transform practically any dental imperfection into a dazzling smile. And with the help of modern dental technology and materials, you can easily expect your veneers to last 10-20 years or longer! However, that’s only with the proper care. If you want your veneers to last as long as possible, it’s important that you make a few minor adjustments to your daily diet. Here are some nutritional tips to help keep your smile looking its best!


Save Money by Using Your Dental Insurance Benefits Before the End of the Year

October 19, 2020

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2020 has been a long and eventful year, to say the least. Many of us want 2021 to get here already so we can start on a clean slate. However, there’s one thing you should make sure to do before the year ends: visit your dentist. If you haven’t had your two routine checkups and cleanings this year, you could be wasting money, especially if you have dental insurance. By not using all of your benefits, you’re essentially paying your premiums for no reason! Continue reading to find out how you can make the most of your insurance coverage and save money in the long run.


5 Benefits of Going to a Family Dentist

September 10, 2020

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Family at family dentist

Keeping up with all of the doctor, dental, and other appointments for everyone in your whole family can be a challenge, especially if you have many different providers in separate locations. Running back and forth across town all the time isn’t fun and can be overwhelming if you have a busy schedule. Thankfully, establishing your household with a skilled family dentist can make things much easier when it comes to receiving essential dental care. Continue reading to learn about just some of the many benefits of choosing a family dentist for you and your closest loved ones.


6 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Dentist

July 14, 2020

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Patient at dentistYou know that seeing your dentist is important for ruling out major issues and having your teeth cleaned up, but there is an education aspect to it as well. After all, good oral health starts at home and you need to know about the best way to care for your teeth. Read on to learn what kinds of questions you should be asking your dentist when you go in for your regular cleanings.



Why Should I Have A Family Dentist?

June 13, 2020

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Woman at family dentistYou’ve been told again and again that you should see your family dentist every six months for a thorough cleaning, but your teeth feel fine. After all, you live a busy lifestyle and haven’t felt the need to spend any more time in the dental chair than you have to. Continue reading to learn about the benefits of having a family dentist and why they’re necessary for optimal oral health.


How Your Dental Team Prepares for Your Appointment During COVID-19

May 8, 2020

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Before the COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down, dentistry was a lot different. Virtually all that your dentist in Rowlett had to do to get ready for your appointment was wash their hands and put on a new pair of gloves and a fresh mask. But due to COVID-19, that’s no longer enough. Instead, your dentist has to take additional safety precautions to keep them, their staff, and all of their patients safe from infection. Here are a few of the steps your dentist is taking to ensure your safety and health.


Can You Still Get Veneers if You Have Crooked Teeth?

February 25, 2020

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3D illustration of porcelain veneersPorcelain veneers are one of the most amazing services that dentists have to offer because they can completely transform your smile. Whether you have chips, cracks, gaps, discoloration, or misshapen teeth, porcelain veneers can deliver you the smile of your dreams. But what if you have crooked teeth? Can you still benefit from this life-changing treatment? Keep reading to learn whether you’re an ideal candidate for porcelain veneers and if you can get this treatment even with a misaligned smile.


4 Ways to Improve Bone Density for Dental Implant Placement

January 6, 2020

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a dentist showing a female patient the pieces of a dental implant You decide it is time to do something about your missing teeth. It’s already been several years, but you’re tired of looking at an incomplete smile each morning. You make your appointment with the dentist only to find out during your consultation that you have serious bone loss and cannot successfully move forward with dental implants. What do you do? In a situation like this, you might be tempted to go with an alternative solution like dentures or a fixed bridge, but what if there was another way? Read on to find out how certain procedures can restore bone strength and give you the opportunity to see a full smile with dental implants.


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