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Necessary Dental Implant Care in Fort Worth

January 10, 2019

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older woman smiling

If you’ve had one or more teeth removed and dental implants put in, it can be tempting to think that your days of dental maintenance or over. Well, think again! Although implants can last for many years or even a lifetime, dental implant care can help determine just how long they work for you. To make the best use of your investment of time and money to get the implants, you need to do your best to care for them. Here is some helpful information about dental implant care in Fort Worth. (more…)

DIY, Mail-Order, or Invisalign? Your Guide to Teeth Straightening

December 5, 2018

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man teeth straightening

You want straight teeth, but you don’t want to go with old-fashioned metal braces. All those adjustment appointments, the soreness, and those metal brackets! No way. But there are so many options for teeth straightening out there that you can be easily confused. Can you really straighten your own teeth? Do those mail-order straightening aligners work? Is Invisalign® worth the money? Get the answers to these and other questions to determine the best effective, safe, and affordable option. (more…)

Can I Feel When I Have a Tooth Cavity in Ft. Worth?

November 2, 2018

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Man with tooth pain.Cavities are permanently damaged areas in the hard parts of your teeth that eventually turn into tiny holes or openings. It’s important that this tooth decay is treated as soon as it’s spotted to prevent more serious dental issues from occurring. But how do you know when you have a cavity? Does it hurt, or can you feel when you have one? Keep reading to discover the answers as well as the best ways to prevent getting a tooth cavity in Ft. Worth.


Need Dental Implant Support in Ft. Worth? A Dentist Can Save Bone!

October 6, 2018

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A diagram of a dental implant.When it comes to tooth replacement, dental implants truly provide the most natural option. To do this, dental implants integrate with existing bone, which creates a strong and sturdy foundation. This provides a long-term solution for tooth loss and helps reduce the problems associated with tooth loss, including bone resorption.

But what if you don’t have enough bone to place dental implants? Is there an option for dental implant support in Ft. Worth? As it turns out, you can save your remaining bone and even regrow bone you lost! Here’s how.


It’s National Gum Care Month! Do You Know About Gum Disease in Fort Worth?

September 2, 2018

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Healthy gums.Did you know September is National Gum Care Month? Your gums require care just like your teeth and the rest of your mouth. Do your gums ever bleed when you brush or floss? Around half of the American adult population have gum disease and some don’t even know they have it. So, what is this disease and how do we prevent it? Keep reading to learn the signs of gum disease in Fort Worth, what it is, and how to keep your gums healthy.


The Causes (and Solutions) For Loose Dentures in Fort Worth!

August 23, 2018

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An upper and lower dentureDid you know that an estimated 36 million Americans are missing all of their teeth? There are many reasons for tooth loss, including gum disease, accidents, a lack of dental care, heredity, and poor hygiene. But, although there are many ways to lose your teeth, there aren’t many ways to replace them! By far, one of the most common options is dentures in Fort Worth. In fact, around 90% of people who have lost their teeth wear dentures, which makes sense because they’re a great way to restore your smile. But there’s a downside: Dentures often start to get loose over time, which affects their ability to function. In this blog, you’ll learn why this common problem occurs and what you can do about it!


Want To Control Plaque and Tartar at Home? Ask a Dentist in Fort Worth!

August 16, 2018

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Close-up of tartar buildup on the lower front teethFor some people, getting a dental checkup and cleaning isn’t their favorite thing to do. But most people would agree that it always feels great after your teeth have been professionally cleaned! You leave the dental chair with slick, smooth teeth, fresh breath – and a spring in your step. But one way to keep the scraping to a minimum and make your cleanings with a dentist in Fort Worth easier is to do a great job with hygiene at home. After all, even if you’re getting a professional cleaning twice a year, your routine the other 363 days of the year is equally important. Keep reading below to learn about what plaque and tartar buildup is, why it’s so important to prevent it, and the best way to do that!


Why Dental Implants in Fort Worth are About More Than Looks

August 4, 2018

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Missing tooth

A missing tooth can really stand out in an otherwise bright, full smile, and can be a major source of embarrassment. If you are one of the 120 million Americans that the American College of Prosthodontists estimates is missing a tooth, you may feel reluctant to smile fully, laugh a friends’ jokes or even speak around others. However, a missing tooth can impact more than just one’s appearance and self-confidence – it can also have major negative effects on a person’s health. If you are missing a tooth and want to both restore your smile and maintain a healthy lifestyle, you will want to read this blog post about dental implants in Fort Worth.


Starting Invisalign in Fort Worth? Learn How to Clean Your Aligners!

July 7, 2018

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A woman removing her aligner.So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and achieve a smile that is straighter, easier to clean, and more attractive than ever before. Starting treatment is pretty exciting for most patients, but that doesn’t mean Invisalign in Fort Worth will be a walk in the park. You’ll still need to stay committed to wearing the aligners as long as possible, which means you’ll need to make them last.

It also means you’ll need to know the proper steps to keep them clean, without damaging them in the process. Here’s how!


Dentist in Fort Worth Discusses How Cavities Form

June 30, 2018

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close-up of a person flossingCavities are caused by sugar, right? It’s something you learn during childhood, around the time you’re picking out your very first cartoon-themed toothbrush. While it is true that sugar plays a big role in the formation of tooth decay, that’s not really the full picture. And, it’s worth knowing the entire process behind what causes cavities (a.k.a. dental caries) — that’s the best way to protect yourself against them. Keep reading as your dentist in Fort Worth unpacks the process of dental decay.


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