Wow Dental Blog

The Psychology Behind Your Feelings About the Dentist

Dentophobia, or fear of going to the dentist, is a common form of anxiety, with some of the worst sufferers dreading the experience so much they choose to forgo appointments. While the reasons behind these feelings are varied, there are methods for relieving this source of anxiety. To help you assess your situation and learn

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How Your Diet Impacts Your Dental Health

We all know nutrition and overall health go hand-in-hand, but not everyone realizes that what you eat and drink can have a significant impact on your dental health. You need a well-balanced diet if you want to make sure your body has what it needs to repair damaged tissues, keep plaque and tartar at bay,

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The Devastating Effects of Tobacco on Your Oral Health

May 31 is World No Tobacco Day, a time where the international community works to lessen tobacco use to help promote better health for all of the world’s citizens. In recognition of the event, the team at Wow Dental in Dallas want to spread the word regarding the devastating effects of tobacco on oral health.

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Oral Health Tips in Honor of National Women’s Health Week

National Women’s Health Week starts every year on Mother’s Day. The hope is to inspire women to take better care of themselves in all aspects, including oral health. To help you honor this special week, here are some oral health tips for women from your local Dallas-area dentist that you can begin using today. See

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WOW Dental Team Building

We had a great team building exercise at Room with a Clue! Our team was challenged to work together and solve the mystery. We were so close with only one clue unanswered! Although we did not make it out of the room, we learned a lot about one another and working together all while having

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Ask Your Dallas Dentist: Did George Washington Wear Wooden Teeth?

Oftentimes, we remember the facial expressions and smiles from famous portraits like that of George Washington. However, we rarely know the true story behind them. George Washington’s adult life was plagued by tooth loss and tooth decay. Did you know that George Washington’s first tooth was pulled when he was 24 years old? At his

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Ask Your Dallas Dentist: Children’s Dental Health Month

With these statistics in mind, it is a huge priority in the dental industry to educate and emphasize the importance of proper dental health for our children, starting at an early age. Tooth decay and bad oral health are almost entirely preventable! That being said, did you know: Tooth decay is one of the most

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