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Wondering If Cosmetic Dentistry Is Safe? You Have Nothing to Fear!

July 2, 2023

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a woman visiting her cosmetic dentist

Your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you, so knowing that it looks its whitest and brightest at all times will work wonders for your self-confidence. Luckily, cosmetic dentistry exists for that sole purpose: helping people obtain their dream smiles! However, despite all of the wonderful things you’ve heard about cosmetic dentistry, you might be wondering if it’s safe for you—but you have nothing to worry about at all. Here’s more about cosmetic dentistry, why it’s perfectly safe, and what it can do for your smile!


3 Summer Foods That Dental Implants Can Help You Enjoy

June 8, 2023

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picture of a summer barbecue

Summer is here, which means it’s time to enjoy all the delicious summer foods that the season is known for. If you have dental implants, they should be able to give you access to foods that you might not have been able to enjoy for a while.

If you’re looking to indulge this summer, here are some foods that your dental implants can let you eat (in moderation, anyway).


Don’t Forget to Soak Your Dentures

March 26, 2023

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Partial denture and soaking solution

Your dentures can’t get cavities, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need regular cleaning. Brushing removes food particles and plaque to keep your new set of teeth looking their best; however, your toothbrush isn’t enough. Dental professionals also recommend removing your dentures at night and placing them in a soaking solution, but is it really necessary? Yes! Here’s why you shouldn’t forget to soak your dentures before heading to bed.


What You Need to Do If You Lose a Veneer

January 3, 2023

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3-D model of a veneer being applied

The moment you lose your veneer, it can be easy to panic. The shock from thinking that you lost a natural tooth is probably still with you, and the question of what to do next looms large in your mind. Fortunately, once you can get your thoughts in order, the next steps you need to take aren’t all that difficult.

To help you stay on track, here’s a guide to what to do if you lose a veneer.


Watch Out! Holiday Meals to Avoid with Dentures

November 8, 2022

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table with food to eat with dentures in San Antonio

Now that it’s the holiday season, you know there will be plenty of delicious food to choose from. However, if you’ve recently started wearing dentures, then you might think that indulging in the usual Thanksgiving meals may be off the table for you. The good news is that you only have to be careful with certain types of foods. Read on to learn which holiday treats you should avoid and those you can enjoy!


How Many Bacteria Are in Your Mouth?

September 3, 2022

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Woman sticking out her tongueBacteria linger on many surfaces that can cause illnesses or infections. Although you know bathrooms, kitchens, and even your cell phone are the most contaminated surfaces, did you know your mouth is home to up to 650 bacterial species at any given time? The thought may make you want to grab your toothbrush, but many species are vital for a healthy smile. However, some can cause cavities, gum disease, bad breath, and other oral health concerns. Here’s how to keep oral bacteria under control to maintain a healthy smile. 


4 Ways Celiac Disease Impacts Your Smile

August 11, 2022

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person with celiac disease saying no to bread

Celiac disease is an immune condition that’s characterized by a negative reaction in the small intestine to gluten. This protein is found in barley, wheat, and rye, which means that people suffering from Celiac disease can’t consume anything that contains these things. Though this disorder is related to digestion, it impacts more than just what you can and can’t eat. Read on to learn about four oral health issues that can be caused by celiac disease and how you can fight it.


5 Sneaky Signs of Dehydration

July 12, 2022

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Woman sipping a glass of waterSummer is the perfect time to head outdoors to soak up some vitamin D as you make the most of the warmer weather. However, higher temperatures can quickly lead to dehydration if you aren’t careful. While you know it is bad for your health, not drinking enough water can have complications for your smile, too. Feeling dizzy or lightheaded aren’t the only concerns. You can have an increased risk of tooth decay, gum disease, and other preventable issues if you aren’t drinking sufficient amounts of water. Here are 5 sneaking signs of dehydration to watch out for while enjoying the sunshine.


3 Big Reasons to See Your Dentist Before Summer Vacation

June 21, 2022

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A family enjoying their summer vacation

If you were eager for summer vacation before, the current heatwave has likely made you even more so. Right now, many just want to jump in the pool, tan by the beach, and drink some Piña coladas. What else are you supposed to do when temperatures are so high? However, you should visit the dentist before starting your fun in the sun. It turns out that doing so will make this season better than ever for you. To learn more, here are three reasons to visit your dentist pre-vacation.


Is It Possible to Whiten Bonded Teeth?

May 3, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — nobleddsteam @ 9:39 pm
Woman at the dentist for cosmetic dentistry.

If you’ve received direct bonding for your damaged teeth, then you’re probably enjoying the many benefits that the treatment has to offer. But perhaps your smile is also in need of additional treatment, and you’d like it to be impressively whiter and brighter. Are you still able to have your teeth whitened if you’ve already benefitted from direct bonding? Keep reading to learn more from your cosmetic dentist about teeth whitening, direct bonding, and how the two processes interact.

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