If you’re wondering what is cause for a dental emergency, you’re not alone. Far too often, people believe there to be no need in seeing a dentist. Unfortunately, when this happens, it can lead to serious oral health problems that will often require additional time and money to be spent on complex procedures to fix the issue. As the world continues to practice social distancing due to COVID-19, you may be tempted to forgo dental help. But before you minimize a toothache that’s been bothering you for days, find out if it’s worth calling your dentist and what you can do to prevent a dental emergency in the first place.
March 6, 2020
January 7, 2020
If you’re like millions of other people, you want to make some changes this year. While everyone else is busy at the gym, lifting weights and dancing away the calories, you tell yourself you want to start somewhere else – a place where you can make a great first impression when meeting someone new – your smile. To help you get started, a dentist in Garland explains why a healthy and beautiful smile is great for boosting your confidence as well as how you can achieve it using the right type of treatments.
November 2, 2019
Sports and outdoor activities are a great way to stay active and in shape. From football to tennis to volleyball and even rock climbing, there are endless ways to keep your body and overall health in great condition. Unfortunately, these are some of the same ways you can easily break or damage your smile, especially while wearing braces. An orthodontist in Garland shares how you can protect your smile and keep brackets and wires intact while continuing to enjoy your favorite sport.
October 9, 2019
Are you looking for effective ways to brighten your smile? While you may be tempted to try the latest trend – charcoal teeth whitening – you might want to reconsider your options. Although proven to lift some surface stains, there are other alternatives that can get you the results you want, using a safer approach. Find out more about this popular trend and why professional teeth whitening in Garland is strongly recommended.
October 3, 2019
Metal brackets and wires were once a look you donned while in high school. While you might not desire to return to those days, you can’t deny that traditional braces helped to straighten your teeth and improve your smile. But now that you’re older, you’ve noticed your teeth are shifting, and your bite seems off. Surely there’s a better solution than metal braces to fix the problem. After all, you’re a working professional and would rather not have your dental work on display for the boss to see. Fortunately, there is a solution – Invisalign in Garland, but can you be treated even though you once had braces? Find out if this innovative treatment is possible whether it is braces or dental work that you’ve had completed in the past.