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Feast Without Fretting: Smile-Friendly Thanksgiving Swaps

November 17, 2023

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A family enjoying Thanksgiving with good dental health

It’s that time again. Thanksgiving is a special holiday centered around family traditions and great food. However, if you’re trying to watch your dental health, you may need some help. Many of the foods and beverages you may place on your table could be giving your teeth a hard time.

If you want to find some tooth-friendly substitutions for your Thanksgiving feast this year, continue reading.


Laying Down on the Job: Why Do Wisdom Teeth Grow Sideways

October 13, 2023

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Dentist smiles

The last teeth to come in are the wisdom teeth, and they often make a troublesome entry. This third set of molars erupts between the ages of fifteen and twenty-five for most people, and they often come with complications that cause persistent discomfort and even damage to other permanent teeth. Here’s why wisdom teeth can come in sideways or impacted and how that problem can be treated.


Help Your Child Ace Their Dental Exam This Fall with These Back-to-School Hygiene Tips

August 11, 2023

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Laughing schoolchildren

The transition from summer vacation to the back-to-school season brings a lot of changes. Late nights give way to early bedtimes, days at the pool are swapped for days in the classroom, and adventure and relaxation are replaced with hard work and discipline. With all this change going on, it can be easy for a student to let their dental care slip. Read on for some tips to help kids stay on top of their hygiene at the start of the school year so they can dominate their next dental exam.


Will Your Wisdom Teeth Stitches Dissolve on Their Own?

July 14, 2023

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Female dental patient leaning back in chair and smiling

You’re planning to have your wisdom teeth removed soon, and you’re making sure you’re prepared by learning as much as you can about the treatment. Recently, you found out that stitches may be placed after the extraction is complete, but you’re not entirely sure what will happen after that. Do wisdom teeth stitches eventually dissolve by themselves? Or will you have to schedule another appointment to have them taken out? Your dentist is here to explain what you can usually expect.


Are DIY Replacement Teeth Safe?

June 6, 2023

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Man with a missing lower toothIf you’ve lost a tooth, your confidence was probably lost along with it. Replacing a tooth can be expensive, but don’t turn to do-it-yourself solutions to fill the gap in your smile. Many products are available and you’ll find many DIY methods online. Although you might save a few pennies, it can cost you your smile down the road. Here’s why it’s better to visit a dentist to replace your missing teeth.


How Many Hours Per Day Can You Wear Dentures?

April 9, 2023

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Set of full denturesDentures had a bad reputation in the past for being bulky and uncomfortable, but those days are long gone. New materials and technologies allow dentures to fit more comfortably than ever before, so you may never want to take them out. However, your dentist recommends removing them for 6 to 8 hours every day. Although no one wants to be caught without their teeth, here’s why you shouldn’t leave them in your mouth for longer than recommended.


5 Habits to Avoid with Dentures

February 15, 2023

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dentist smiling and holding denture model

Dentures are one of the most popular ways to replace missing teeth, they can be used to replace several or an entire mouth full of pearly whites. Dentures are durable, with full dentures lasting an average of five to 10 years and partials lasting five to 15 years. Even so, there are still some things that can lead to issues with your restorations or overall oral health. Continue reading to learn about five things that you should avoid if you have dentures.


Average Lifespan of Dental Crowns

December 22, 2022

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Dental crown held in fingertips Dental crowns have held commonplace in dentistry for decades because of their versatility. They are made to provide a long-term solution, so you won’t have to worry about needing a replacement often. However, a crown won’t last forever. Although every mouth and situation differs, here’s how long you can expect your dental crown to last. 


How to Manage If Your Veneer Falls Off

November 17, 2022

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A man worried about how his veneer fell off

As you might know, veneers are known for their durability. Thanks to their solid and stain-resistant porcelain, they can last for 15-30 years! Even so, these prosthetics can fall off your teeth in some cases. If your own veneer fell off, though, there’s no need to panic. With the proper response, you can fix the issue pretty smoothly. Your Fort Worth dentist, in fact, can prove that fact: Here are five steps you should follow to manage a fallen veneer.


Frightening Dental Stats You Should Know

October 13, 2022

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A little girl frightened by her oral health

If you don’t count candy, most people associate Halloween with frights of various sorts. Kids and adults often ring in October’s “spooky season” with horror movies, scary decorations, and terrifying costumes. Some even consider these things part of the holiday tradition! That said, you might not know oral health can also be a source of fear. In fact, your local dental practice is here to prove it. Read on to learn some frightening dental stats you should remember for this year’s Halloween.

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