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Teeth: What Have They Done For You Lately?

Categories: Cosmetic Dentistry
Fort Worth cosmetic dentistry

Welcome to the Fort Worth dental blog! Today we are going to explore the secret life of our teeth. The shape of each tooth gives a clue to what it does. The incisors, or your front teeth, are sharp. They need to be because their job is to cut food and their curvature helps move…

What Is Lurking Under Your Gumline?

Categories: Dental Health
Gum Disease Treatment Fort Worth

Your overall oral health depends not only on healthy teeth but also healthy gums. Proper oral hygiene helps keep both your teeth and gums in good shape. When brushing, hold your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle with the bristle tips aimed at the line where the tooth and gum meet. The bristles of a soft…

Behind The Scenes: Dental Crown Fabrication

Categories: Dental Crowns
how a dental crown is made Fort Worth

Today’s post looks at the complex process required to create a dental crown. Dental crowns can be constructed with metal, ceramic (porcelain), plastics, or varying combinations of these. We will describe the process used to create a porcelain crown, though the steps are similar to those used for other materials. Modern porcelain crowns are a…

Top 10 Reasons To Visit Your Dentist

Categories: General Dentistry
Visit Your Fort Worth Dentist

You smile deserves regular attention. If you haven’t had a dental exam in a while, look at these important reasons: Check Up: It’s time, and this is the best way to prevent dental problems. Clean Up: Our dental hygienist is ready to give you a super clean smile. Brush Up: If it has been a…

The Parkway Dentist Treats Canker Sores, Lesions, And Fever Blisters

Categories: Dental Health
The Parkway Dentist Treats Cankers Sores Lesions and Fever Blisters

At The Parkway Dentist, one of the most common complaints we hear from Fort Worth dentistry patients is problems with mouth sores. Many different kinds of oral lesions can make eating and talking painful. Some are annoying yet harmless, while other sores are more serious and require medical intervention. Though not contagious, the most common…

Protect Teeth From Cracks

Categories: Dental Health
Saginaw cosmetic dental and adult braces

Ouch! No dental patient wants the pain and inconvenience of a cracked tooth, so today in the The Parkway Dentist dental blog, we are going to focus on how to avoid this preventable problem. The first thing to remember is that avoiding a cracked tooth is not rocket science; you should steer clear of chewing…

What Is Laser Dentistry?

Categories: Cosmetic Dentistry
teeth whitening Fort Worth

The word “LASER” is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser device emits a powerful, highly-concentrated beam of light. (Didn’t we all love the amazing laser weapons in ‘Star Wars?’) Lasers are used in hundreds of applications in almost every Texas industry including communications, researching, manufacturing, entertainment and medicine. They allow…

How Dental Implants Are Changing Dentures

Categories: Dental Implants
dental implant Fort Worth

If you are one of the many Fort Worth denture wearers, you know that they are not the ideal solution for missing teeth. The problems with dentures include slipping, gum irritation, trouble eating and talking, bone loss, and inability to taste food due to a covered palate. Clearly, dentures do not feel and function like…

Energy Drink Warning For Fort Worth

Categories: General Dentistry
Arlington Smile Redesign

Hello. I’m Dr. Justin Cook.Welcome to my Arlington dental blog. Today’s topic is energy drinks and the damage they can cause to your teeth. I am seeing more and more teens and adults with tooth enamel erosion caused by frequent consumption of sport drinks. Most of these dentistry patients take good care of their teeth,…

Sedation Dentistry In Fort Worth

Fort Worth sedation dentistry

Do you have dental anxiety? Here at the Parkway Dentist, we’re committed to keeping you calm throughout your visit. Many dentistry patients have discovered the benefits of sedation dentistry (sometimes called “sleep dentistry”). There are three main types of sedation options: Inhalation Nitrous oxide (aka ‘laughing gas’ ) has been used in cosmetic dental offices for over…


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