The new year is traditionally about renewal; it represents a fresh start, allowing people to select new goals and focus on their aspirations. Many people decide to make their health a priority as the new year begins, but most overlook a critical part of the overall picture: oral health.More
Not everyone is a fan of going to the dentist. Dentophobia, or extreme fear of going to the dentist, is incredibly common, and many others feel a lot of anxiety about getting treatments, even if they aren’t phobic.More
Did you know that your dental benefits probably reset with the new year? It’s true. The majority of dental plans cycle with the calendar year. If you haven’t made the most of your dental plan in 2018, then you are missing out on an opportunity.More
If you wear removable dentures or partials, properly caring for them is a must. Not only does proper care ensure your dentures look their best, but it also keeps them clean, promoting better oral health.More
With the holiday season upon us, many people want to make sure they look best in their holiday photos and social media pics. By whitening your teeth, you’ll have a brighter, more radiant smile, making you feel confident with each snap of the camera.More
As children begin choosing costumes for trick-or-treating, parents start gathering bags of Halloween treats, ensuring they have an ample supply to hand out to neighborhood kids. In most cases, parents will default to standard bags of candy, figuring that classic sweets are the best option.More
While children, teens, and adults prepare for the arrival of Halloween, dentists and orthodontists from around the country are celebrating another event. October is National Orthodontic Health Month, a time where we focus on tips that can help those receiving orthodontic treatments to maintain healthy teeth and gums.More
As your child becomes a teenager, you often give them a bit of freedom in regards to managing their personal care habits. However, a surprising number of teens fall short when it comes to handling their oral health needs, treating activities like brushing and flossing as a nuisance instead of part of a self-care routine.More
Did you know that over 90 percent of adults and children do not consume enough fruits and vegetables to meet dietary guidelines? It’s true.
To help bring attention to the issue, September has been declared Fruits and Veggies – More Matters month, an event designed to celebrate a variety of plant foods that are delicious, easy to prepare, and great for maintaining your health.More
Restorative dentistry is a term that covers a variety of dental treatments that can help restore both the look and function of teeth, gums, and mouth. Not to be confused with cosmetic dentistry, which includes treatments that focus solely on the appearance of your smile, restorative dental procedures typically correct a physical issue while also restoring the look as well.
At some point in their lives, most people will have at least one restorative dental procedure. Here are some of the most common ones performed at our Dallas dental office.More