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Your Dental Trauma May Require an Extraction. Your Dentist Explains Why

April 20, 2019

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man holding jaw in pain

You’re enjoying a nice spring day when you suddenly find yourself dealing with a dental emergency. Wisely, you reach out to your local dentist to explain what has happened and to schedule an emergency visit. While it’s the professional’s first priority to make sure you’re relieved of your pain and that your tooth’s health is restored, there are some situations where an extraction is the only option. Here’s what you need to know about the process.


Everything You Need to Know About Partial Dentures

April 13, 2019

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partial dentures on a dark background

Are you suffering from missing teeth? Your smile feels incomplete and you worry about what kind of affect missing teeth can have on your oral health. With summer coming up, you don’t want to have to worry about picking up a piece of corn-on-the-cob at a barbeque and not being able to chew it. Partial dentures are a natural-looking restorative option that can aid your jaw function and help improve your ability to chew and speak. Read on to learn what problems they can fix and the benefits they can offer you.


Uncover the Reasons Behind Tooth Pain and if a Root Canal is Necessary

March 15, 2019

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a woman with tooth sensitivity drinking water

You’ve just finished your run through Rose Rudman Park, and you’re feeling happy and energized. You reach for a nice, cold glass of ice water, but just when you think your craving will be satisfied, you jerk the glass away from your mouth and grab your cheek. While the sharp pain you felt may be the result of tooth sensitivity, there are plenty of other reasons tooth pain can keep you from the things you enjoy most. This is why it’s important to talk to your dentist about the underlying cause and various treatment options, one of which may be a root canal.


Missing Teeth? Discover Why Dentures May Be the Right Solution for You

March 3, 2019

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dentures in a glass of water

Are you dealing with the inconvenience and shame of having missing teeth? What was once easy to do is now difficult (eating, chewing, speaking), and you feel as if there’s nothing you can do. Well, there’s good news! Missing teeth can now be easily replaced using a variety of restorative dentistry options, including dentures. Learn more about the various types of dentures and which solution is right for you.


How Can a Cosmetic Dentist Improve Your Smile – and Will Insurance Cover It?

February 20, 2019

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Woman having the shade of her teeth matched

If you’ve spent years disliking your smile, you know how much it affects both your personal and professional life. Feeling good about your appearance is a big part of your self-confidence, and an attractive smile is one of the most important features you can have. The good news is that enhancing it is easier than you might think. Keep reading to find out which procedures a cosmetic dentist can do (often in just 1-2 visits) and whether dental insurance will cover them. You’ll be one step closer to a smile you can feel proud of!


How Single Tooth Anesthesia Helps Your Dentist to Offer Better Care

February 18, 2019

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Smiling senior man in dental chair

One reason why people put off seeing their dentist is over fear of needle-based anesthesia. For some, the mere sight of the traditional metal syringe is enough to provoke mental and physical discomfort. For others, going through the rest of the day with a numbed face presents its own disadvantages. That’s why we’re excited to tell our patients about the Wand, a revolutionary approach to anesthesia that uses a single tooth anesthesia (STA) method to achieve superior results.


Cosmetic Dentist Can Improve Your Smile with Gum Recontouring

January 22, 2019

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woman pointing to her teethBesides your teeth, the appearance of your gums is equally important for an attractive smile. Unfortunately, there are several issues that may cause you to feel insecure, such as damage from infection or an injury. Not to mention, genetics or excessive gum tissue can also impact how your smile looks. No matter the cause, your cosmetic dentist can reshape the tissue with gum recontouring to enhance your self-esteem.


Wondering about Dentures in Tyler? Here Are Your Options

January 19, 2019

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Complete and partial dentures compared

Missing teeth are one of America’s foremost oral health problems. Dentures in Tyler are one way to treat this common condition. Modern dentures are affordable, comfortable, and durable, whether you choose a traditional adhesive version or implant-supported dentures instead.


Your Cosmetic Dentist Discusses Veneers, Lumineers and Confidence!

December 16, 2018

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attractive woman brunette perfect teeth

What’s the first feature a person is likely to notice about you at an initial meeting? It’s the condition of your teeth. Therefore, if you have smile imperfections, you can be left feeling inadequate and less confident. Your cosmetic dentist says there are two effective ways to address your flaws – porcelain veneers and Lumineers. Learn about both procedures as you read on!


What Are Your Options For Improving the Fit of Loose Dentures?

December 5, 2018

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Upper and lower full denture

If you’re one of the nearly 40 million Americans who has lost all their teeth, there’s a good chance you wear dentures. They’re a great solution because they restore your smile, self-confidence, and overall quality of life after tooth loss. However, one drawback that many people experience is that their dentures fit perfectly at first, only to become loose over time. In this blog, you’ll find out why that happens and learn about several solutions that will make your dentures fit and function like they once did!

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