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29
May

5 Signs You’ve Been Ignoring Your Oral Health

Taking care of your oral health is a crucial aspect of your overall health and well-being. Many people do a very good job of visiting their dentist and maintaining their teeth, but did you know there are some telltale signs if you have been ignoring your oral health? While some people take a proactive approach to their oral health, others

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26
Oct

The Traveler’s Guide to Oral Health Care

Maps: check. Foreign language guide book: check. Extra room in the suitcase for souvenirs: check. A plan for oral health while you’re traveling: …What? Before traveling across the country or overseas, people spend a lot of time planning. They book plane tickets and hotel rooms. They purchase maps and guide books and plan what sites they will visit. They buy

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26
Oct

The Profile of a Healthy Gum Line

Everyone wants a healthy mouth full of strong white teeth and pink gums. How can you tell that your gums and teeth are healthy? What are the most common dental problems that plague an otherwise healthy mouth? And how can you prevent or relieve those problems?

26
Oct

Proper Care for Your Dental Implants

Everybody loves a beautiful smile. But sometimes life happens, and one may find they need a little more help than what routine dental care can offer. In the case of missing teeth, many people are turning to dental implants with the help of Dallas cosmetic dentists.

26
Oct

Oral Cancer Prevention

Oral cancers amount to approximately 2% of all cancers in women and 3% in men. In the past men have outnumbered women 2 to 1, but these statistics are changing as women are exposed to the same dangerous risk factors as men. Like most cancers, oral cancer has an increased risk with aging, and more than 90% of all oral

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26
Oct

Bloodbourne Diseases and Oral Health

Proper oral hygiene is important for every person, and our Dallas dentists can provide the necessary regular care. You shouldn’t interrupt your oral health care because you have a bloodbourne disease, or because you are afraid of getting a bloodbourne disease at your dentist’s office. With today’s modern practice of infection control standards, the risks of passing on your disease

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26
Oct

Avoiding Foods that Destroy your Teeth

Parents of young children often stay away from certain foods that will damage their children’s teeth, but they don’t think about doing the same for their own teeth. Many toothpastes and oral hygiene products are available today that promise to strengthen enamel and whiten your teeth, but are people doing irreversible damage by what they eat? Are you eating and

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26
Oct

Five Myths About Your Teeth

It’s no secret that brushing your teeth at least twice a day, flossing at least once a day, and visiting a dentist at least twice a year will result in clean and healthy teeth. A nutritious diet, fluoride rinse and dental sealants can also prevent tooth decay and cavities. But did you realize that there are many myths out there

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19
Oct

Everything Comes Back in Style (Even in Dentistry)

Are You A Candidate For Veneers Without Any Removal Of Tooth Structure? On TV shows featuring dental makeovers, people endure extreme dental work to achieve a beautiful smile. In real life, however, we find that most patients are looking for simple ways to enhance their smile. This demand has reintroduced porcelain veneers with no or minimal tooth structure removal, called

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