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4 Celebrities Who Have Dental Implants

March 24, 2021

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Woman with dental implant

One of the many great things about living in the 21st century is the fact that you no longer need to settle for missing teeth. Those gaps in your smile can be a thing of the past. There are a variety of different options to choose from, with dental implants being a preferred method, especially among celebrities. Stars aren’t exempt from tooth loss. Continue reading to learn more about dental implants and how you can benefit from them.


Don’t Let March Holiday Treats Damage Your Smile

March 8, 2021

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Green beers on a bar with food in the background

Throughout the month of March, there are many delicious treats and traditional drinks that can cause problems for your smile. Staying on track with your dental care is just as important this month as it is during November and December. Here is a list of March favorites and the best way to keep your smile healthy.


How to Love Your Smile with All of Your Heart

February 23, 2021

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heart with stethescope

February is American Heart Health Month, and that means there has never been a better time to learn about cardiovascular health. You might be confused and wondering what your heart has to do with your teeth, but your oral health actually has a direct connection to the condition of your heart. The great news is, there are plenty of ways you can keep your heart pumping strong by taking care of your teeth and gums. Keep reading to learn what your Flower Mound dentist has to say about the role oral health plays in cardiovascular well-being and how to prevent heart problems through proper oral hygiene.


5 Surprising Medical Conditions You Might Learn About From Your Dentist

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woman at a dental checkup appointment

When it comes to most medical conditions, you might think your dentist would be the last person to spot them. You might want to think again! Your teeth and gums reveal much more about your internal organs and well-being than you may realize. Keep reading to learn about five surprising health conditions that your Flower Mound dentist can identify during a regular dental checkup.


Make a New Year’s Resolution for a Healthier Smile

January 14, 2021

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list of new year’s resolutions in Flower Mound

It’s a new year, and you have the opportunity to start fresh in a multitude of ways. If you’re like many others, you probably have a list of New Year’s resolutions and goals that you would like to accomplish this year. Have you considered adding better oral health to that list? Studies have shown that people who have smiles they’re proud of not only have more fulfilling relationships and do better in their careers, but they also enjoy a more enhanced quality of life. Keep reading to learn what your Flower Mound dentist has to say about how you can effectively prioritize your smile this year.


Protect Your Dental Implants by Breaking These 5 Bad Habits

January 4, 2021

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Woman smoking a cigarette

For some, getting dental implants is like getting a fresh start on life. They look and function just like natural teeth and have given many the ability to eat and smile with confidence. But even though they are cavity-resistant and durable, your implants still need to be taken care of. Here are 5 bad habits to break to help keep both your teeth and your dental implants in great shape.


Ten Great Questions to Ask Your Dentist

December 17, 2020

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dentist answering patient's questions in flower mound

If you’ve ever been to the dentist office before, you’ve probably answered questions about how often you floss and brush, or whether or not anything in your mouth feels out of the ordinary. It’s usually the dentist who does most of the asking and you who likely attempts to answer questions with a mouth full of toothpaste. While this is a normal part of a routine visit, your Flower Mound dentist believes it’s just as important for you as a patient to be armed with knowledge about how to care for your smile. Keep reading to learn ten great questions you can ask your dentist during your next visit that will probably even impress them!


What to Expect During Your First Dental Visit

November 4, 2020

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a female patient smiling as her dental hygienist prepares to clean her teeth

Has it been several years since your last dentist’s appointment? Do you worry you’ll be judged for the way your teeth look? Unsure what to expect when undergoing a simple dental checkup and cleaning? It’s not always easy taking this first step, but if you want to avoid more serious problems in the future, seeing a dentist for regular oral healthcare is necessary. Read on to find out what you can expect when preparing for your upcoming appointment with Dr. Rodger Song at Bridlewood Dental.


What is Fluoride and Why is it Added to Drinking Water?

October 23, 2020

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a person filling up a glass with tap water containing fluoride

Fluoride is an illusive substance for many people because they know they consume it in their drinking water, but they aren’t entirely sure why. With countless conspiracy theories out there, your dentist wants to set the things straight and let you in on what fluoride is and how it has improved the oral health of two-thirds of the U.S. population, according to the CDC. Read on to get the facts about fluoride and learn how it’s helping keep your smile cavity-free.


What Really Happens If You Skip a Dental Cleaning?

September 30, 2020

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Dentist conducting a dental cleaning

Have you ever put off a routine dental visit due to a hectic schedule? Or canceled your biannual appointment because something else came up? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, then you are not alone. In fact, according to the American Dental Association, 48% of U.S. adults do not visit the dentist as often as they should. Whether it is due to a dental phobia, the current pandemic, or lack of symptoms, it is important to remember that skipping a dental cleaning can negatively impact your oral health. Read on for three reasons you should not postpone your biannual visit to the dentist.

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