1. Improved Smile Arlington

    How Can I Improve My Smile?

    In the past, patients that were unhappy with the appearance of their smile had limited options for restoration. However, thanks to technological advancements, cosmetic dentists can correct tooth irregularities with a variety of tools and techniques. Some of these methods for rejuvenation include teeth whitening, bonding, and veneers. So, how can you improve your smile? Here’s everything you need…Read More

  2. Dental Crown and Their Benefits

    Dental Crown and Their Benefits

    Dental crowns are restorative dentistry technique used when there is extreme damage or damage beyond repair to a person’s teeth. Under these conditions, crowns are used to make the smile appear like new. Crowns are extremely reliable to repair severe dental problems and are capable of permanently replacing missing teeth and offering a functional bite along with a complete smile. Crowns are a lo…Read More

  3. Gingivitis Causes

    Gingivitis: Causes and Treatments

    Gingivitis refers to the inflammation of the gums or gingiva. Commonly occurring due to accumulation of plaque or bacteria on teeth, gingivitis is a non-destructive type of periodontal disease, but can progress to periodontitis if left untreated. There are two types of gingivitis, dental plaque induced gingivitis which is caused due to plaque, malnutrition, medication or systemic factors and …Read More

  4. Cavities and How to Treat Them

    Cavities and How to Treat Them

    Your teeth are covered with a hard, protective top layer called enamel. This hard layer is weakened by acids produced by bacteria and causes decay in the tooth, causing the formation of pit /defect in the tooth or a cavity. When food particles and bacteria are left on your teeth for a long period of time, it can cause decay and cavities. After minutes of consuming foods and beverages, plaque whi…Read More

  5. periodontal disease

    Periodontal Disease: Causes and Risks

    Periodontal disease comes from "peri” meaning around and "odontal" referring to teeth. Periodontal disease infects the structures around your teeth including gum, cementum covering the root, alveolar bone and periodontal ligament. The early signs of periodontal disease include swollen and bleeding gums. If left untreated, the infection can spread destroying structures that support your teeth …Read More

  6. Periodontal Disease

    Periodontal Disease and How It Affects You

    While most people have heard about periodontal or gum disease, they do not know that is not just one disease. But, several with a common cause (bacteria in dental plaque) according to the American Academy of Periodontology. Some of the causes and treatment of gum disease are: Gingivitis Gingivitis is the most well-known form of gum disease that is characterized by red, swollen and bleeding gums s…Read More

  7. Teeth Extractions

    Teeth Extractions: How and Why Its Done

    Teeth are extracted for several reasons. There can be decay on tooth that has reached deep into the tooth, and infection can have destroyed a large portion of tooth and surrounding bone or there could not be enough room for all of your teeth. Dentists also recommend extracting impacted teeth that only partially erupt as bacteria can enter that tooth causing infection, and the continued pressu…Read More

  8. Dental Braces Arlington

    Dental Braces: Straighter Teeth & Brighter Smile

    Most patients seek orthodontic treatment for a bright and attractive smile. However, braces can do much more than that by promoting oral health, preventing future dental issues, and increasing function of the mouth. In addition, patients now have a number of options for the look and feel of their braces and can customize many features to match their personal style. Here’s how dental braces can h…Read More

  9. Bleeding Gums

    9 Reasons Why Your Gums Could Be Bleeding

    Noticing blood coming from your gums can be an alarming experience, and according to dental experts, it should serve as a wake-up call. In fact, bleeding gums are always a sign of periodontal disease and never normal. However, proper oral care and routine cleanings can banish the contagious bacteria that causes gum disease. In addition, patients can take other steps to improve their overall health…Read More