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4 Reasons to Schedule Your Child’s Checkup Before School Starts

July 30, 2020

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Child at visit with dentist in DallasPreparing for the start of the school year is always a bit hectic, but throw in a pandemic and the situation truly becomes anxiety-inducing. Although it can be tempting to forgo your child’s back-to-school visit in lieu of all your to-dos, you must make time for their bi-yearly visit. To guide you in the right direction, your dentist in Dallas is sharing four reasons to schedule their dental visit before the school year begins!


5 Tips for Summer Oral Care

June 13, 2020

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Woman smiling in the sunSummer has finally arrived! It’s the time of year that many of us have been waiting for. The weather is warm, the kids are out of school, and you may even have a few fun activities planned. As you’re soaking in the sun’s rays and enjoying more family time, you shouldn’t forget about the health of your teeth. This season could be the ideal time to reevaluate your oral care. Your dentist in Dallas, GA shares some tips to help you maintain your smile.


The Importance of Oral Cancer Screenings

May 13, 2020

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Dentist in Dallas speaking with patientAlthough bi-yearly visits are often looked at as just a dental exam and professional cleaning, they play an important role in the detection of non-dental issues, like oral cancer. In addition to being the 8th most common type of cancer among men, the Oral Cancer Foundation estimates that roughly 53,000 will be diagnosed with it in 2020 alone. While there are over 9,750 deaths per year, it is important to note that the survival rate is 84%. However, early detection plays a crucial role, which is why your dentist in Dallas is sharing the importance of undergoing an oral cancer screening.


Getting the Whole Picture: Four Facts About Dental X-rays

April 8, 2020

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Patient getting X-rays from dentist in Dallas

Everyone has had their dental X-rays taken at some point. X-rays can show your dentist things that can’t be seen with the naked eye and help them to make the best decision for your dental care. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about how your dentist in Dallas uses X-rays to treat you, here are four facts that you may be interested in.


What Is Cosmetic Dentistry and How Can It Benefit You?

March 8, 2020

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man smiling after seeing cosmetic dentist in Dallas

Have you ever looked in the mirror and wished your teeth were whiter or straighter? Are you embarrassed by your chipped, stained, or crooked teeth? Luckily, your cosmetic dentist in Dallas, GA can easily correct all of those pesky imperfections and give you the smile of your dreams. But what exactly is cosmetic dentistry? Keep reading to learn more about and how it can benefit you.


How to Protect Your Tooth Enamel from Erosion

February 11, 2020

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anatomy of a tooth on blue background

Did you know that your tooth enamel (the outermost layer of your teeth) is the hardest substance in your body? However, it unfortunately can’t be regenerated. That means once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. For this reason, you’ve got to be extra careful to protect your enamel from the common phenomenon of erosion. There are many reasons your teeth can be worn down. A dentist in Dallas, GA is here to talk about a few of them, and what you can do to save your teeth from it.


Do You Floss Every Day? Here are 4 Reasons Why You Should

January 7, 2020

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computer model of dental floss removing plaqueThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reconfirmed that flossing is an important dental hygiene practice in a statement released in 2016. Although it may seem like a hassle, it’s an effective way to remove food debris and plaque trapped between your teeth to prevent cavities and gum disease. When paired with preventive care from your dentist in Dallas, GA, you can ensure that your teeth and gums stay healthy and happy. Read on for four reasons you should floss every day. (more…)

4 Holiday Oral Health Tips

December 15, 2019

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coffee mug full of gingerbread menThe holidays may be the only time of the year that you’re able to enjoy your favorite sweets made by your grandma. But without the proper preventive measures in and a good oral hygiene routine in place, you could be increasing your risk of developing pesky problems such as cavities and gum disease. Instead of risking your oral health for your favorite treats you only get to enjoy once every year, follow these four oral health tips from your family dentist in Dallas, GA. (more…)

How to Tell if Porcelain Veneers are Right for You

December 7, 2019

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Beautiful, flawless smile with white teethHave you ever been dazzled by the perfect smiles of celebrities like Tom Cruise, Celine Dion, or Zac Efron? The secret to dozens of famous, red carpet-ready smiles is a cosmetic dental service known as porcelain veneers. This quick and effective treatment was once reserved only for teeth on the silver screen, but now anyone can have a picture-perfect smile! Ultra-thin shells of durable, lifelike porcelain are a beautiful and long-lasting solution for teeth with chips, cracks, gaps, or stains. However, while porcelain veneers are widely available now, they’re not a good choice for everyone. Here’s how to tell if you’re a good candidate for porcelain veneers in Hiram.


What Your Tongue Can Tell You About Your Oral Health

November 13, 2019

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person sticking out their tongue

Have you ever checked your tongue out in the mirror, just for fun? Odds are you probably have at some point. A healthy tongue should be pink and covered in tiny bumps known as papillae. If your tongue looks any different than this, or you feel any pain, you should probably tell your family dentist in Hiram. Read on to learn what any issues with your tongue can tell you about your oral health.


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