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6 Advantages of Dental Implants

If you have a tooth that needs to be replaced, our Duncanville dentist will typically
recommend dental implants as the best option. Learn more about some of the advantages that implants offer as opposed to other tooth replacement treatments.

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How Often Should I Schedule a Dental Cleaning?

Our Duncanville dentist believes that brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing once per day are great ways to maintain healthy teeth and gums between checkups.  However, being diligent in daily oral hygiene doesn’t mean that you don’t need to visit the dentist regularly.

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Root Canal Myths

Root canal treatment—also referred to as “endodontic therapy”—is probably one of the less “popular” types of restorative dental services among patients. Fortunately, technology and treatment methods have come a long way over the last several years. Yet, there are several misconceptions about getting root canals.

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Hate Flossing? Try This Instead

If you’re like most people, flossing isn’t your favorite thing to do. That’s where flossing comes in. But what would you think if your dentist told you that there was an alternative? Learn more here.

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Tooth ache and home remedies

Home Remedies for Toothaches

Are you having trouble with a continuous toothache? This type of pain can interfere with your day to day tasks and overall mood. The good news is that there are some at home remedies you can implement to alleviate the pain if your toothache is mild.

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Tooth Grinding Dental Care Against Bruxism

Tooth Grinding: Dental Care Against Bruxism

For some time now, you have noticed that when you wake up, your jaw is sore and hurts painfully. You do not care about it, and you think that it is surely the only passenger. It’s only during your visit to the dentist that the diagnosis falls: you grit your teeth while you sleep! Also called “bruxism,” the grinding of teeth is a common condition, but must be controlled to prevent damage to your teeth and your temporomandibular joint.

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