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5 Dental Implants Myths – Debunked!

April 28, 2021

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Dental implant

Are you missing teeth? One of the great things about living in today’s world is the fact that you no longer have to settle for gaps in your smile. Missing teeth can be a thing of the past. There are a variety of different tooth replacement options out there, like dental implants. However, there is a lot of misinformation floating around as well. Continue reading to learn the truth about some common dental implant myths.


What Causes Dental Pain After Exercise?

February 1, 2021

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Two women wearing cold weather running gear tying their shoes

This year, you have gotten serious about your overall health. You are working out consistently, eating healthy and practicing a proper dental care routine. So why do your teeth hurt after exercising? Is this something you should be worried about? Keep reading to find out what may be causing your dental pain after working out and when you should seek the help of an emergency dentist.


How Can You Avoid Dental Implant Failure?

December 17, 2020

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Dentist talking to patient about dental implant procedure

In the field of dentistry, dental implants in Fort Worth are regarded as the superior tooth replacement option. After all, they are unmatched in durability, lifelike in look and feel, and able to prevent your jawbone from deteriorating. Plus, they hold an impressive 95% success rate! With all that being said, it is important to know that there is a small possibility of them becoming loose, falling out, or otherwise failing in the short or long-term. Read on to learn the common causes and how to prevent that from happening!


5 Things You Can’t Do Without Teeth

October 10, 2020

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Woman missing teeth

You know that chewing your foods would be difficult if you didn’t have any teeth, but they are used for a lot more than just that. By maintaining excellent oral health, you will be able to enjoy your smile for the rest of your life. However, if your dental hygiene is lacking, you could end up with issues like tooth decay and periodontal disease, both of which can lead to missing teeth. Continue reading to learn about the functions of your teeth other than chewing.


I Chipped My Tooth! What Should I Do Now?

August 12, 2020

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Broken front tooth

Dental emergencies always seem to happen at the worst possible time. On top of that, they can be incredibly alarming and anxiety inducing when you don’t know what to do in order to handle them. If you chip your tooth, remember to act calmly and quickly for the best outcome. Read on to learn which steps you should take until you are able to see your emergency dentist in Fort Worth.


What to Do About a Loose Adult Tooth

June 13, 2020

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Man checking his loose tooth

Here you are again. Another work meeting that could’ve been an e-mail. As you lean back in your chair and watch the minutes on the clock tick by, you realize your tongue has found its way back to the tooth that has been bothering you. Although you initially wrote it off as your imagination, it is now undeniable. It’s definitely loose.

While a loose tooth is an exciting event as a child, it means a trip to the dentist as an adult. Therefore, your dentist in Fort Worth shares what to do if you find yourself with a loose adult tooth.


Should You Be Brushing Your Teeth Before Or After You Eat?

April 29, 2020

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parent and child brushing their teeth in a bathroom

It’s been an age-long debate over when you should brush and floss your teeth for optimized oral health. Many people gauge when they should do their dental hygiene routine by when they wake up and go to bed, but that’s actually not the case. When you should brush your teeth depends on when you have breakfast and dinner. According to a professional from Quip, the best time to brush is 30 minutes before you have breakfast and 30 minutes after dinner. Read on to learn why that’s the case and other tips to optimize your oral health.


How to Care for Your Smile While Treating a Cold or Flu

March 11, 2020

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Sick person caring for smile with tips from Fort Worth dentist

When you come down with a cold or the flu, the symptoms can put your whole life on hold. Treating your sore throat, persistent cough, or runny nose can quickly become top priority. However, do you know how your favorite go-to remedies impacts the health of your smile? You may be unwittingly hurting your oral health as you treat your sickness! Your Fort Worth dentist explains how to protect your teeth and gums while you’re under the weather.

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