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Regular dental exams and routine cleanings protect more than just your oral health. They protect your general wellbeing too. Dental exams are recommended at least every 6 months, if not more frequently for those suffering from periodontal disease by the American Dental Association.
Do you feel that your smile is missing something? A dental bridge may be the solution for you! Dental bridges help fill spaces between your natural teeth to create the appearance of a full, beautiful smile. Dental bridges will permanently restore your smile, and your bite while maintaining the natural shape of your facial structure.
While getting teeth pulled is not at the top of our ‘fun things to do’ list, maintaining your oral health should be. Impaction, tooth decay, periodontal and gum disease, tooth overcrowding, and oral trauma are all reasons why a dentist may recommend a tooth extraction procedure. Restore your functionality, restore your smile.
Have pain? It could be the cause of an infected tooth! Root canals are recommended for those needing dental repair in order to save teeth that have become badly infected or are decaying. A root canal treatment will eliminate all infections, then sealed to prevent any further re-contamination in the future.
Get that beautiful, dazzling white smile you have always dreamed of without breaking the bank. Texas Family Dental offers professional-grade at-home teeth whitening kits for those looking to add a sparkle to their smile.
Dental crowns may be recommended by your dentist for a number of reasons. Such as, to protect a weak tooth, restore a broken tooth, cover a tooth with a filling, holding a dental bridge in place, or just for cosmetic reasons. A dental crown is a tooth-shaped ‘cap’ that is placed over your existing tooth in order to restore it to the natural shape, size, and strength while improving your appearance.
X-rays are a very important part of your routine dental care! X-rays give your dentist the ability to see what’s really going on, underneath the surface of your teeth. With the use of digital x-rays, our team can see common issues like cavities to tooth decay, and develop a plan to get your smile back on track.
Even when practicing healthy oral hygiene habits, cavities while unpleasant, can happen to anyone. Fillings are made to help restore cavities and prevent problems that would otherwise become more invasive. Consider fillings as the dentists’ way of ‘plugging up’ the holes in your teeth left by tooth decay so they can remain healthy, and functional for years to come.