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Austin Cosmetic Dentistry
August 17, 2020

Dark Lines Around My Crowns And Veneers  

What to Do About Dark Lines Around My Crowns And Veneers It’s common to worry about dark circles and fine lines around your eyes. But it’s unusual to see dark lines or blotches forming around your newly restored teeth. This may be a sign of tooth decay, gum disease or an even worse condition. It’s […]

Austin Cosmetic Dentistry
August 10, 2020

Can I Ignore a Cracked Tooth if it Doesn’t Hurt?

No one wants to see a broken-off piece of tooth after eating. If there’s no way to prevent a crack from forming, there are ways to prevent it from getting worse. The reality is that it could worsen over time. It’s never a good idea to ignore a cracked tooth, and these are the reasons […]

Invisalign Dentist in Austin
August 3, 2020

Tips on How to Clean and Care for Invisalign Retainers

Are you wondering how to clean your retainer? The retainer sits inside the mouth and against the teeth. With time, bacteria, plaque, and tartar will accumulate on it. Like your teeth, ensure you clean the retainers daily. You can remove Invisalign retainers when eating, but plaque or food particles that get stuck inside or the […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
July 20, 2020

Dental Care and Pregnancy

You’re expecting—congratulations! Now that you are pregnant, you have a few more responsibilities than you did when you were caring for just one. In addition to getting ready for baby to arrive, you must take care of your health in such a way that you are providing your child an optimal environment in which to […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
July 13, 2020

Causes, Treatment and Prevention of Toothaches

According to the FDI World Dental Federation, 3.9 billion people in the world have been diagnosed with untreated dental caries making tooth cavities to be listed as one of the top 300 disease conditions by the Global Burden Disease Study. Another study was carried out in 2013 in the Kerman area that was to estimate […]

Austin Cosmetic Dentistry
July 13, 2020

5 Tips for Good Oral Hygiene and Healthy Smiles

Oral hygiene extends beyond brushing your teeth daily and flossing regularly. There are other techniques that you may not have heard of, but that are necessary to keep a clean, healthy mouth. Here are a few tips to maintain good health for your teeth, gums and mouth. Clean Your Dental Devices Often: If you clean […]

Austin Cosmetic Dentistry
June 15, 2020

Tonsil Stones: Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment

Now, tonsil stones may not cause life-threatening health problems, but having even one such stone can be a burdensome experience. Picture this. You wake up to bad breath that keeps on getting worse despite all your oral interventions. Your eating, drinking, and swallowing becomes painful. Worse still, you experience difficulty in breathing as the tiny […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
June 8, 2020

Can Teeth Whitening Damage Gums?

Teeth whitening is an important part of maintaining your oral health in the 21st-century with the first impression made by each person aided by having bright, white teeth. Whether you are looking for Austin preventative dentistry or cosmetic dental work, you will find teeth whitening is one of the most important aspects of creating the […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
June 1, 2020

How often should you change your toothbrush?  

The American Dental Association recommends replacing your toothbrush every three months or sooner if your brush’s bristles are splayed. This advice applies to both manual toothbrushes and electric toothbrush heads. A toothbrush with frayed bristles will be ineffective in removing plaque from your teeth. However, brushing too hard will wear down toothbrush bristles and your […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
May 25, 2020

Burning Mouth Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Burning Mouth Syndrome, a condition that causes a burning sensation in the mouth, affects at least 2% of the world population, according to the American Academy of Oral Medicine (AAOM). The burning sensation can be felt on the whole mouth, but commonly the gums, palate, lips, and the inner parts of the cheek. The condition […]

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