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Feel Like A Movie Star With A Smile Makeover

June 2, 2017

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Parker County Best Teeth Whitening

Have you noticed endless pictures coming out of Hollywood featuring celebrities with perfect smiles, even photos of actors and actresses who didn’t have the best teeth early in their careers? Can ordinary Fort Worth people obtain a celebrity-caliber smile? Absolutely!

In recent years there has been a significant increase in the accessibility of state-of-the-art cosmetic dentistry in the Weatherford and Aledo area.

The truly amazing thing about cosmetic dentistry is that it’s one Hollywood perk that is accessible to almost everyone.

Whether it is a relatively minor alteration, such as teeth whitening in Fort Worth, or a more involved procedure such as a complete smile re-design, more and more dentists are giving people just like you the beautiful teeth they have always wanted.

I’m Dr. Mitch Conditt of Mitch Conditt DDS in Fort Worth. If you are looking for quality restorative and cosmetic dental care in the Weatherford, Aledo, or Parker County area, give us a call here at Mitch Conditt DDS. We are currently accepting new patients. Ask us about teeth whitening, veneers, and smile makeovers.

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

Let’s Talk About It

May 26, 2017

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Hello, I’m Dr. Conditt of Mitch Conditt DDS in Fort Worth. I am passionate about improving smiles through cosmetic dentistry. Few physical improvements have such a meaningful influence on attractiveness and self-confidence as a smile makeover. Excellent oral health and an attractive smile contribute to overall physical health and a high quality of life.

If you have ever wondered how cosmetic dentistry could change your life, I invite you to schedule a consultation so we can talk about it. I am certain that the initial consultation is the most crucial part of any treatment plan. During your no-pressure smile redesign consultation we will highlight the following issues:

  • Your goals for how you want your smile to look and feel after the makeover.
  • The condition of your oral health.
  • The particular characteristics of your teeth and gums that you wish to repair.
  • Which specific treatments are needed.
  • A detailed explanation of each needed process (e.g. porcelain veneers, dental crowns, inlays/onlays, gum contouring, crown lengthening, tooth implants, braces, or teeth whitening).
  • You can see before and after pictures of smile transformation patients.
  • Your options for how to schedule the services (all at once or over time).
  • Information about oral conscious sedation.
  • Answers to any questions or concerns.
  • Cosmetic dentistry costs and financing options.

Your dazzling smile begins with an exam and consultation; give us a call at 682-200-1539.

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

Preventative Maintenance For Your Irreplaceable Smile

May 19, 2017

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Preventative Maintenance For Your Irreplaceable Smile In Fort Worth

Hi, I’m Mitch Conditt of Mitch Conditt DDS. If you are one of my existing patients, welcome back. If this is your first visit, I appreciate you stopping by.

My caring team and I love taking care of our admired Fort Worth, Weatherford, Aledo, and Parker County patients.

Today’s article is for Fort Worth smiles that are overdue for a cleaning and exam.

During dental deep cleanings, our hygienists thoroughly remove the plaque and tartar above and below the gumline. By scaling and planing, they remove areas where bacteria can easily multiply. We are committed to preventative dentistry to keep your smile healthy and beautiful. If you are due for a cleaning, call us today at 682-200-1539 to schedule.

After your teeth have been cleaned, I perform a thorough examination. I check for overall tooth and gum health, the presence of cavities, gum pocket depth, bite issues, and signs of oral cancer.

Some Fort Worth people mistakenly believe that they can skip dental visits if they don’t notice anything out of the ordinary. This attitude is risky. Many dental troubles advance silently. When the patient experiences pain, much damage has been done. Gum disease, especially, often progresses unnoticed.

If you don’t have dental insurance, ask us about dental financing options. It is far less costly to prevent dental problems than to treat them after they have become severe.

If you perform regular auto maintenance, you understand the wisdom of prevention. Don’t you value your smile far more than your car? Call Mitch Conditt DDS today to schedule preventative maintenance for your irreplaceable smile.

 

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

The Dream Of No Drill

May 12, 2017

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The Dream Of No Drill In Fort Worth

If you ask dental patients in the Weatherford, Aledo, and Parker County area what they hate the most about dental visits, chances are that they’ll mention the drill. Just the sound of it is enough to make people cringe.

Many residents of Fort Worth, Texas may wonder if there will ever be an alternative to the dreaded dental drill. Guess what? Now there is!

Drill-less dentistry is also known as air abrasion or microabrasion. Air abrasion can be used for common dental procedures such as removing tooth decay or preparing tooth surfaces for sealants or bonding. These instruments work like a little sandblaster that aim a fine stream of particles at the area that would normally be drilled. After the stream of particles strikes and removes the decay, the materials are suctioned out of the mouth.

Hi. I’m Dr. Mitch Conditt of Fort Worth. I want my patients to be aware of the latest dental technology available, especially as it pertains to cosmetic dentistry.

If you are in need of quality dental care in the Fort Worth area, or if you are interested in a smile makeover, give Mitch Conditt DDS a call at 682-200-1539. We can answer any questions you have about teeth whitening, veneers, gum contouring, or dental implants.

Make your appointment today so your teeth can look and feel their best!

The following website was used as source material for this blog:
http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/dental-health-faq, accessed on May 2, 2012

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

4 Oral Ailments To Discuss With Your Fort Worth Dentist

May 5, 2017

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Bad Breath Treatment Fort Worth

We all go to our Fort Worth dentist for check-ups and toothaches, but there are other less-obvious issues that your dentist can help you with. Today, we would like to explain some of the most common oral conditions that should be discussed with your dentist.

1. Bad Breath. Sure, nobody wants to admit that they have bad breath, but bad breath is usually caused by bacteria build-up in the mouth. This means that it might be a symptom of accelerating dental caries. Discuss it with your dentist who can help you overcome this problem. (All of your friends will thank you.)

2. Dry Mouth. Also known as xerostomia, this lack of saliva is very uncomfortable and can predispose dental patients to a host of issues such as tooth decay and gum disease. Some Fort Worth residents experience it because of prescription medications or chronic diseases, so make sure to bring a list of current prescriptions with you to your appointment

3. Jaw Issues. If you have a clicking jaw or jaw discomfort, be sure to schedule an appointment with your dentist ASAP! These symptoms can be signs of a harmful oral issue.

4. Teeth Grinding. If you’ve been stressed out and find that you’ve been grinding your teeth (or if your partner tells you that you’re doing it in your sleep!), discuss it with your dentist. A simple mouthguard can preserve your teeth. If you have suffered damage from grinding such as fractured or chipped teeth, we will give you information about restorative dentistry.

I’m Dr. Mitch Conditt of Fort Worth,
and I want my patients to come to me with all of their oral concerns. Call 682-200-1539 today to schedule an appointment.

Creating Irresistable Smiles in Fort Worth, Texas since 1985 -Mitch Conditt DDS

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

Two Hints For When You’re Too Tired To Brush

April 28, 2017

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Too tired to touch a toothbrush. We’ve all been there.

Mitch Conditt DDS in Fort Worth is committed to helping patients throughout the Parker County, Weatherford, and Aledo neighborhoods to maintain balanced hygiene and to correct imperfections that can lead to inhibited confidence and self-assurance.

On our blog today we are offering two fabulously bright ideas for overcoming exhaustion in favor of brushing and flossing late at night.

Idea #1 Drag Tongue Along Teeth
After a long thankless day as you are lying there in bed and realize you forgot to brush, drag your tongue over your teeth a few times while mentally reviewing how plaque and tartar form. Within 48 hours they can start the dirty work of eating away at the teeth. Then jump up and give your mouth just 2 minutes of gentle, thorough cleaning. It’s that manageable.

Idea #2 Scrutinize the Food You Eat
Another convenient and uncomplicated approach is to pay attention to what’s going into your mouth throughout the day. The higher the sugar content the sooner the teeth will need a brushing to avoid harm. Swish with water after coffee, tea or soda if brushing isn’t going to happen soon. Chewing sticky candy leaves debris all over in the mouth as does bread and crackers. Keep this in mind and commit to take care of the particles as soon as possible.

Shredded meat can remain lodged between teeth for days if you don’t pull it out with floss. Plan to floss or brush after eating if possible. With each particular type of food, learn to assess the effect it could have on your smile. Make the decision to brush before you are tired. By simply visualizing and committing, you reduce the likelihood of hemming and hawing later when you’re yawning and fading and have to choose between settling into bed and spending 2 minutes cleaning your teeth.

We know a long day of work or play can yield a worn out body. Likewise, we know consistent brushing will reduce buildup and help prevent decay and gum disease. And we know that sometimes cavities need filling, chipped teeth need fixing, crooked teeth need straightening, and wisdom teeth need extraction.

Some smile problems can be prevented and some just can’t. We are happy to help with dental crowns, sedation dentistry, clear braces, teeth whitening, or porcelain veneers. Come see our comfortable office at 6316 Camp Bowie Blvd in Fort Worth, Texas 76116 and we’ll help with any dental issues we can.

Cosmetic dentistry enhances a smile in several ways – straightness, coloration, conformity, and natural feel. Cosmetic dentistry helps our valued patients talk clearly, smile freely, and eat comfortably. A consultation with Dr. Conditt can open your eyes to the unique possibilities for your brilliant smile. Contact us at 682-200-1539 for an appointment or visit our website http://www.drmitchconditt.com/dr-conditt.html.

If we each do our part to keep your smile healthy and beautiful, then all of us can sleep at night.

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

 

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Discover Why Patients Trust Their Smile To Mitch Conditt DDS

April 21, 2017

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Hi, I’m Dr. Mitch Conditt. Practicing dentistry in Ft. Worth is enjoyable and rewarding. I appreciate the relationships I have formed with my valued patients who trust me to care for their teeth. If you are one of my patients, let me thank you personally for allowing me to serve your dental needs. I know you have many other choices for dentistry in the Fort Worth area.

Kudos to my talented dental team and dedicated administrative staff who keep my caring Fort Worth practice running smoothly and allow me to focus on what I do best.

If you are visiting this blog for the first time and need an experienced dentist, I hope you will consider my practice. You can learn more about our services and philosophy at http://www.drmitchconditt.com/dr-conditt.html or call 682-200-1539 to schedule a no-pressure consultation.

I have been keeping smiles healthy and performing smile makeovers at my Fort Worth cosmetic dental practice since 1985. Each one of my Fort Worth smile redesign patients values their new smile almost as much as I value their support.

At Mitch Conditt DDS, we provide a full array of unprecedented cosmetic dental procedures including teeth whitening, invisible braces, tooth-colored fillings, dental crowns, porcelain veneers, cosmetic bonding, gum contouring, and crown lengthening. If you don’t make it a point to keep up with the ever-evolving world of dentistry (and who does?), you might not be aware of the procedures that are now available.

There have never been as many effective treatments for crooked teeth, gum disease, discolored teeth, and any other dental malady you can imagine. Ask us about exciting advances in children’s cavity prevention, laser dentistry, cold sore removal, same day restorations, early decay detection, and oral cancer screening.

Again, thanks for visiting our Mitch Conditt DDS website. Enjoy your day.

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

Why Do Fort Worth Dentists Like Potatoes?

April 14, 2017

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The reason dentists like potatoes is because they are so “filling” ba-dum ching.

Lame joke, I know. But seriously, the wiser our patients are about what they eat, the easier it will be to care for their teeth.

It doesn’t have to be potatoes, but the mouth does request that we take a good look at what can be damaging and upsetting.

The Sugar Problem
Sugars get converted by bacteria in the mouth to acids. It is the acids that begin to attack the enamel on the teeth and get the decay process started for Parker County people of all ages. Fruits have high water content which can dilute the effects of the sugars they contain and get the saliva flowing so they aren’t really no-no’s. It’s the chocolate bars, hard candies, cookies, cakes and pies.

Acidic Food Coupling
Oranges, tomatoes, lemons and the like should be eaten as part of a meal to minimize the acidic effects. Weatherford folks are wise to eat a variety of healthy foods such as cheeses, chicken, other meats, nuts and milk. The calcium and phosphorus will support tooth remineralization.

Timing of Meals
The more often you eat the more often your teeth are subject to the decay process. This can be tempered by choosing healthy snacks. And keep in mind, the later at night you eat the more likely you are to not only eat unhealthy foods, but to skip oral hygiene altogether.

I hope this blog helps with keeping you on the path to a healthy mouth and gives you something to think about if you’re interested in oral health or a smile makeover in Fort Worth, Texas 76116.

I’m Mitch Conditt DDS at Mitch Conditt DDS. If cosmetic dentistry, including the cost of veneers, the cost of implants, teeth whitening and the like interest you, call 682-200-1539 to set up a consultation. We can discuss anything from dental implants to inlays and onlays. Our caring staff is ready to make you comfortable.

We can offer our friends from Weatherford dental crowns or sedation dentistry if they want it. We can schedule patients from Parker County for clear braces or teeth whitening right here in our office. Fort Worth customers are always welcome to check into porcelain veneers. Don’t hesitate to make the call.

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

Who’s Afraid Of The Big, Bad…Dentist?

April 7, 2017

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People that experience dental phobia (Dentophobia) may take comfort in the fact that it is a fairly common diagnosable mental condition. At least they know they are not alone and that the medical community takes it seriously.

Phobias like Pteromerhanophobia: (the fear of flying) and Acrophobibia (the fear of heights) can be problematic, but a person can live a perfectly healthy life without getting on a jet or riding an elevator to the top of the Chrysler Building.

A person who suffers from dental phobia or dental anxiety is at risk of falling into a vicious cycle of declining oral health.

Fear causes the person to abstain from dental checkups for years. When a minor dental problem (like a tiny cavity) progresses until it reaches a nerve and results in pain, the patient is forced to visit the dentist.

At this point, the necessary therapy is a major procedure (possibly an extraction followed by a dental implant). The procedure reinforces the dental phobia and, once again, the patient stays away from the dentist’s office. That’s how some men and women end up losing teeth at a relatively young age.

Experts believe that the scope of dental phobia may be as high as one in four individuals. Are you one of them?

At Mitch Conditt DDS, we want to help nervous patients successfully overcome or at least manage their anxiety so they can withstand twice-yearly checkups and cleanings. Preventive dentistry is the best way to protect teeth and gums.

If you haven’t had a dental evaluation in a while, please schedule a consultation. You can speak with Dr. Conditt about the many options available including behavioral therapy, cognitive therapy, and conscious sedation (sleep dentistry).

If you are afraid of going to the dentist, there is hope. At Mitch Conditt DDS, we have successfully treated many patients just like you. We invite you to set up a consultation today.

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

Healthy Habits To Keep You Smiling

March 31, 2017

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In today’s post, we will focus on essential behaviors that impact oral health. Of course, effective brushing and flossing are two essential habits for healthy teeth, but there are many more things we can do to preserve a healthy smile.

Diet Do’s

  • Do eat a nutritious diet with a variety of foods. This is needed for overall physical health and a strong immune system.
  • Do consume calcium-rich dairy products like milk, cheese, and yogurt to neutralize acids that are detrimental to enamel.

Diet Don’ts

  • Don’t eat sugary foods. Sugar leads to the production of dangerous cavity-causing acids that weaken enamel and lead to cavities.
  • Don’t snack throughout the day. This accelerates plaque production and subjects the teeth to continual contact with acids.
  • Don’t chew on ice. (It really can break teeth.)
  • Don’t drink energy drinks. They have many substances that are detrimental to teeth.

Other Important Tips

  • Don’t use your teeth as tools. It is better to cut that knotted shoelace than to gnaw at it to try to untangle it.
  • Don’t get piercings in or around your mouth.
  • Don’t ignore tooth pain or sensitivity.
  • If you have children, speak with Dr. Conditt about water fluoridation. If your municipal water supply is not fluoridated, you may want to give your kids fluoride supplements.
  • Don’t use a medium or hard bristle toothbrush. It can damage gums.
  • If you have an eating disorder – seek professional help ASAP. Bulimia and anorexia are extremely damaging to teeth. (Not to mention the toll they take on the heart and other organs.)

We urge all of our patients to maintain a lifestyle that supports dental health as well as overall physical health. At Mitch Conditt DDS, we serve the Fort Worth area with exceptional dental care including general and cosmetic dentistry. Ask us about clear braces, porcelain veneers, dental crowns and teeth whitening.

 

Contact Mitch Conditt DDS:

682-200-1539

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas
76116

 

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