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3 Types of Tooth Stains & How to Get Rid of Them

May 8, 2023

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Aiming for a flawless smile, similar to those of admired actors, musicians, or influencers, often involves having healthy and evenly aligned teeth. Attaining a beautiful grin also requires bright and pearly white teeth. However, if your teeth are stained or discolored, it can impact your confidence in smiling. Dental discoloration can stem from various causes. Read further to explore the different types of tooth stains and discover how your dentist can assist you in enhancing the appearance of your smile.


Loose Tooth As An Adult

April 14, 2023

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Panicked woman with her hands on headNothing is more exciting than loose teeth as a child because it means a visit from the Tooth Fairy. However, you don’t expect your adult teeth to feel loose. A blow to the mouth or advanced periodontal disease can cause a tooth to wiggle. Don’t panic! Here are 3 things you should do until you can see your emergency dentist for treatment.


How Many Hours a Day Can You Wear Dentures?

March 31, 2023

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Dentures are artificial teeth that can replace several or all of a person’s missing pearly whites. A well-made denture can give you a natural smile that blends in with your remaining teeth if you have any. While it may be tempting to wear your dentures 24/7, is this okay? Keep reading to learn how long you can safely wear your dentures each day as well as the potential risks of wearing them for too long.


3 Cosmetic Services That Can Treat Gray Teeth

February 8, 2023

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a woman smiling with gray teeth in Carrollton

Have you noticed one or some of your teeth turning a gray or dull color? Do you find yourself typically hiding your smile when taking photos? If you’re concerned about the color of your pearly whites, you aren’t the only one. Thousands of people struggle with discolored teeth, which can be due to dental trauma, particular genetic conditions, certain medications, and natural aging. Whatever your situation is, you don’t have to settle for a smile you aren’t comfortable showing off. Keep reading to learn three ways your dentist can brighten any gray or stained teeth you may be struggling with.


The Surprising Connection Between Oral Health and Heart Disease

January 5, 2023

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Americans have long been grappling with an epidemic of cardiovascular disease. To this day, heart disease is still the number one cause of death among adults in the U.S. Many of the most common risk factors for heart disease are fairly well understood by most people; poor diet, smoking, lack of exercise, etc.

What many people aren’t aware of, however, is that recent science suggests that your oral health and your cardiovascular health are connected. If you want to know more about how poor oral health can increase your chances of heart disease, here’s a guide that can tell you what you want to know.


Are the Holidays a Bad Time for Your Pearly Whites?

December 6, 2022

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a family smiling with good oral health in Carrollton

The holidays are some of the most exciting parts of the year. Similar to most families, you likely enjoy munching on your favorite delicious meals during the festive season. However, when it comes time for scheduling a dental checkup, many people are surprised to discover they’ve developed a cavity over the holidays. Read on to learn why this time of year isn’t very good for your oral health and ways you can prevent complications while spending time with your loved ones!  


5 Reasons to Be Grateful for Dental Implants This Thanksgiving

November 7, 2022

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Are you excited about chowing down on your favorite meals this Thanksgiving? From good health to spending time with loved ones, there are plenty of things to be thankful for this holiday season. This is particularly true if you’ve undergone dental implant treatment to rebuild any missing pearly whites. Read on to learn five reasons this tooth replacement option makes the top of the list of things to appreciate!


4 Tips for a White and Bright Smile This Halloween

October 5, 2022

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A family smiling and enjoying a Halloween party

The weather is finally cooling off, the leaves are changing color, and Halloween is right around the corner! It’s hard to not be excited about this time of the year; but amidst all of your fun celebrations, it might be easy to accidentally neglect your oral health! Fortunately, there are several things you can do to make sure your smile looks and feels great for all of your Halloween fun. Here are four tips from your dentist to help you out.


Just How Long Does Cosmetic Dentistry Last?

September 9, 2022

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Teeth whitening treatment, a form of cosmetic dentistry

If you want to beautify your smile, you should consider cosmetic dentistry. Its wide range of services can make teeth whiter, smoother, straighter, and more! Still, you may think, “How long does cosmetic dentistry last?” After all, getting a cost-effective procedure with a long lifespan is best. It’s fortunate for you, then, that your Carrolton dentist can answer your question. Read on to learn the lifespans of common cosmetic dental treatments and some ways you extend them.


How Soon After a Tooth Extraction Can I Get a Dental Implant?

August 24, 2022

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Are one or more of your teeth badly decayed or damaged? If so, then the best route to restoring your healthy smile may be removing them entirely. But how soon after can you fill the gap in your smile? You want to have a full smile and strong bite as quickly as possible, after all. Keep reading to learn from your dentist when you can get dental implants after a tooth extraction!

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