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Give Yourself the Gift of a Great Smile!

November 17th, 2017 Posted by Cosmetic Dentistry, General Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry No Comment yet

Tis the season of love, generosity and, of course, gift-giving! While most people focus on their family and friends during the holiday season, it’s also important not to neglect taking care of yourself. The end of the year is an ideal time to treat yourself to a beautiful, radiant, and healthy smile…here’s why.

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We Are Thankful for You, El Campo!

October 31st, 2017 Posted by General Dentistry, News No Comment yet

The winter holiday season is approaching, and it feels as though Thanksgiving is just around the corner. As everyone begins to devote their time and thoughts to friends and family, we want to take a moment to express just how thankful we are for the most important people at our dental office: you.

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Ask Your El Campo Dentist: When is the Right Time to Screen My Children for Their Orthodontic Needs?

August 20th, 2017 Posted by Orthodontics No Comment yet

When you think about orthodontic care for your child, you likely picture them potentially having braces or aligners as a preteen or teenager. However, there are actually several reasons why your kids should be evaluated by an orthodontic specialist much sooner, with many professionals recommending that exam take place no later than age 7. Here’s what you need to know.

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The importance of flossing

March 12th, 2015 Posted by Dental Care No Comment yet

If you have established a good flossing habit, then congratulations! According to a few studies you are among a minority of Americans taking proper care of their teeth.

There is a reason why the dentist asks you every time you visit them if you have been brushing your teeth. It’s simple really; they ask because it’s important. Flossing gets in those small, hard to reach crevices in your mouth which are the same areas that are most likely to get cavities.

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