How We Ease Anxiety With Dental Sedation

Do you have dental anxiety? Many people feel some level of apprehension about seeing the dentist, whether due to lack of experience or possibly a bad past experience. We understand, but we don’t want this anxiety to stand between you and a healthy, bright smile. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, dentist looks at how we address anxiety with dental sedation.

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Protecting Kids From Cavities With Dental Sealants

In our last blog, we focused on how routine care, such as checkups and cleanings, can help protect little smiles from cavities. In today’s blog, we would like to talk about how your Dallas, TX, dentist can strengthen smiles and reduce the risk of cavities with a unique treatment option, dental sealants. How do dental sealants safeguard little smiles?

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Is Your Child Ready For That First Dental Visit?

When should your children first see the dentist for treatment? We sometimes find parents in Dallas, TX, surprised to learn that these visits start early, as soon as the first baby teeth arrive! In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the importance of preventive treatment for children of all ages, and how you can help safeguard your little one’s smile.

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What Does It Mean When Bad Breath Doesn’t Go Away?

The best part about keeping up with a consistent preventive dental health care routine is that you can stay ahead of potential dental issues, even before they become obvious. However, some common, seemingly minor symptoms are easy to ignore or overlook. For example, at first, bad breath might just seem like a temporary inconvenience, until you realize that it doesn’t go away. At our Dallas, TX, dental office, we can pinpoint exactly why your bad breath won’t go away, and help you eliminate it with an appropriate dental treatment plan. (more…)

How To Care For Your Smile At Home

We suggest patients of all ages make time to see their Dallas, TX, dentist at least once every six months, so we monitor smiles and help ensure optimal oral health. But what about the times between these visits? In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss daily routines that could help your family enjoy healthy smiles and reduce the risk of everything from cavities to gum disease.

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