Did you know that February is National Gum Disease Awareness Month? This disease affects around half of the US population, yet many people don’t know the risks and symptoms. If left untreated, gum disease can actually affect your overall health, putting you at risk for heart disease, stroke, and other serious problems. Keep reading to learn how gum disease can affect your overall health and what you can do to prevent it.(more…)
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February 15, 2019
January 4, 2019
Porcelain veneers are typically quite durable, but life still happens. Whether you’re biting into a bagel at the wrong angle, playing your favorite contact sport without wearing a mouthguard, or you experienced a bad fall while going for a walk or exercising, accidents can happen out of nowhere. Regardless of the situation, a broken porcelain veneer in Waco is definitely a cause for alarm, even if it isn’t necessarily a dental emergency,
If your veneer breaks and you don’t know what to do, consider these steps from a cosmetic dentist.(more…)
December 2, 2018
Despite efforts to improve access to dental care, people are still visiting the emergency room in record numbers for dental emergencies. According to an analysis of federal data conducted by the American Dental Association, dental ER visits have doubled from 1.1 million in the year 2000 to 2.2 million in 2012.
More than anything else, pain is what pushes people to visit the hospital, as well as the belief that seeing the dentist regularly isn’t necessary if you don’t have any dental issues. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
Learn about the most common dental emergencies, what to do before your visit and when you should visit a dentist for a dental emergency in Waco.(more…)
November 5, 2018
Do you find yourself waking up with jaw pain every morning? Is chewing foods becoming a difficult process because your jaw is always in pain? If you haven’t sustained a dental injury recently, you could be suffering from a condition that not only causes jaw pain, but has major implications for your bite and future oral health. Luckily, dentists are more than familiar with this issue and more than capable of helping you seek treatment.
To learn what the TMJ syndrome is and how TMJ treatment in Waco can help, keep reading!
October 7, 2018
Since October is Dental Hygiene Month, dentists across the country are taking the time not only to address good oral care habits, but show appreciation to the dental hygienists who work incredibly hard to help thousands of patients every year maintain a healthy mouth. Without their help, the dentists wouldn’t have the time to address more serious concerns when they appear.
On top of acknowledging dental hygienists, you’ll learn what proper dental hygiene in Waco includes and other useful tips to know about on a daily basis.
September 19, 2018
Your dentist in Waco uses a number of modern tools and techniques to provide you and your loved ones with better care. Some of the most exciting of these advances are digital x-rays, intraoral cameras and 3-D cone beam imaging. Let’s take a look at these and other cutting-edge innovations.
September 13, 2018
September is National Better Breakfast Month, National Chicken Month, and National Hispanic Heritage Month. But did you know that it’s also National Gum Care Month? It’s the perfect time to give a little extra attention to that precious pink tissue that supports your smile. To encourage everyone to take excellent care of their gums, we’re providing some friendly reminders on how you can fight gum disease in Waco.
August 21, 2018
When you meet a person for the first time, chances are he or she will notice the condition of your teeth before anything else. That means that a flaw in your smile could make a negative first impression and leave you feeling insecure. With clear braces in Waco, though, you can make the necessary corrections that will improve both your function and appearance. Learn more about the ClearCorrect method as you read along.
August 16, 2018
Keeping your smile whole (i.e. avoiding tooth loss) is the best thing you can do to preserve your overall health as you get older. Missing teeth contribute to a number of adverse effects, including everything from your nutrition to your self-confidence and more. Avoiding tooth loss requires keeping yourself safe from its #1 cause: gum disease. Keep reading to learn more about this condition and how you can keep yourself safe in the years to come.
July 16, 2018
When you’re missing teeth, having them replaced is just one part of the recovery process. You’ll need to know how to eat with your prosthetics to prevent any unnecessary pain and allow your gums to continue healing. Also, certain foods will be better to consume than others. As you read on, your dentist weighs in to discuss all of these things and will provide some tips you should be mindful of when consuming foods with your dentures in Waco? Your local dentist weighs with the answers you need.