When you have an issue with your tooth, such as damage to its structure or a severe cosmetic blemish, a dental crown may be your best option for fixing it. Also referred to as a dental cap, a crown is designed to protect your tooth’s visible structure by completely covering it up to the gum tissue. At our Dallas, TX, dental office, we may recommend placing a dental crown for several different reasons. We can also custom-design your restoration to ensure optimal cosmetic and restorative results for your tooth and smile. (more…)
When we examine our Dallas, TX, patients and find cavities, we offer treatment to halt the progression of decay and safeguard the smile. But how does a dental filling stop a cavity, and when should we see the dentist to receive one? We’re going to talk about our tooth-colored solutions to cavities, and what steps can be taken to help prevent future cases of decay.
When we don’t care for our smile from home and through regular office visits, we may develop serious complications. For many, this could mean the onset of gum disease, a major oral health concern linked to adult tooth loss. In today’s blog, we’re looking at what our Dallas, TX, patients can do to maintain good oral hygiene and avoid periodontal disease.
Why do so many of us develop tooth decay? In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the common causes of tooth decay, and suggest steps for Dallas, TX, residents to take to avoid the onset of cavities. We’re also going to explain the warning signs of a cavity, such as a toothache, and when you should alert your dentist.
Spring has finally arrived! We can look forward to warmer weather, longer days, and a chance to get out more. With so many changes in the air, what better time to schedule a visit with your Dallas, TX, dentist? With a routine exam and cleaning, you can start the new season with a healthy new smile. Find out why these routine visits are so vital for your smile’s health and appearance.
Children need routine care to avoid tooth decay and other health concerns, which could impact everything from your child’s dental alignment to overall oral health. In order to help children maintain optimal oral health in Dallas, TX, we may recommend a preventive approach. When does a child need preventive dental procedures and what care do we offer little smiles?
Keeping your smile healthy means routine care, both at home and when you visit our Dallas, TX, office. Unfortunately, we often find that people underestimate the importance of regular care, such as checkups and cleanings or brushing and flossing. In today’s blog, we’re looking at how these seemingly minor actions help protect teeth and gums from serious oral health problems.
When we lose our teeth, our oral health suffers, as well as our appearance. We have a number of options for restoring missing teeth in Dallas, TX. However, nothing offers the longevity and benefits of dental implants. In today’s blog, we’re taking a closer look at dental implants and how to know if these prosthetics are right for your smile.
Whether you have wisdom teeth soon to erupt, or have suffered severe damage to a tooth, you may need to have a tooth extracted. We always take steps to ensure the patient remains comfortable during the procedure. With an extraction, we can help preserve the health and stability of you smile. How do we perform the procedure and when should our Dallas, TX, patients seek treatment?
Valentine’s Day means cards, dinners for two, and yes, plenty of candy and chocolate. While everyone enjoys an occasional sweet treat, too much of a good thing could mean tooth decay. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about possible solutions to tooth decay and steps our Dallas, TX, patients can take to avoid the onset of a cavity following Valentine’s Day!