Bleeding Gums After Your 6-Month Cleaning?

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Regular dental check-ups at The Parkway Dentist in Fort Worth and cleanings are vital for proper dental health. However, some dental patients worry because their gums tend to bleed after a thorough cleaning. Is this a problem? Well, it depends. If your gums bleed for a day or two after your cleaning, it isn’t really…

The Parkway Dentist Is Here For You

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At The Parkway Dentist in For Worth, we are here for you and your dental health. Ideally, you’ll see us at twice a year for a cleaning and checkup. Happily, most of our patients are really good about making and keeping their appointments every six months. As important as healthy teeth are, you should remember…

5 Ways To Restore A Tooth

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Most of us are going to need to restore one or more of our teeth at some point in our lives. At The Parkway Dentist in Fort Worth, there is more than one way to fix a tooth, and in  this post we’ll look at some commonly-used restoration procedures. 1. Dental Bonding Bonding, formally called…

Dental Questions? We Have Answers.

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At The Parkway Dentist in Fort Worth, we strive for excellence in dentistry every day. Providing the best possible dental care goes beyond cleanings and exams. We like patients who ask a lot of questions, because that tells us they are taking a strong interest in their dental health. Frequently Asked Questions One of the…

Take Care Of Your Toothbrush!

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The common household toothbrush. Every home has at least one, and at The Parkway Dentist in Fort Worth we hope our patients are all brushing their teeth after each meal. Regular brushing and flossing are still the most important things you can do for your dental health. It has been said that each toothbrush can…

Floss Pick Facts

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At The Parkway Dentist in Fort Worth, we urge all our patients to keep their teeth as clean as possible. But we know a lot of them want convenience. That’s why so many use floss picks instead of conventional dental floss. These little tools are quite handy. They usually have a handle that is pointed…