If you struggle with anxiety at the dentist or need a more complex procedure, sedation may be necessary. What’s dental […]
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Wonder if you’re doing all you can to optimize your dental routine? If you’re wondering if you’re using the right kind of toothbrush, the answer might be personal. Read our blog post to learn about the pros and cons of manual and electric toothbrushes.
Have you ever thought about what your teeth are made of? Check out our blog post where we give you a rundown of what’s inside your pearly whites. Contact us if your teeth need a checkup!
Sometimes, dealing with the side effects of a dental problem can feel like a headache. Other times, your teeth may be directly responsible for your headache! Read our blog post where we discuss some of the ways your teeth and mouth can be responsible for your headaches.
Of all the tooth trouble you could be faced with, a dead tooth might sound the most dire by name, and certainly the creepiest. Read our blog post where we let you know how to spot a dead tooth, and help you understand why you might have one.
Phantom tooth pain is one of the most mysterious conditions in the field of oral health. Read our blog post for details on this painful condition. Contact us today if you have tooth pain!
A frenectomy sounds serious and scary, so when your dentist says you may need one, it’s common to feel a little nervous. Read our blog post where we explain this procedure and discuss precautions. Contact us to learn more!
Check out our blog post to learn about 3 types of dental sedation that can help you relax during your next oral health treatment. We understand that a dental visit causes many people to feel anxiety or fear. We want you to feel calm and comfortable at our office. Ease your worries by contacting us today!
New year, new you. That includes your smile! If you still haven't made a resolution for 2018, consider a dental resolution that will get your smile looking and feeling great. Don't forget to schedule your first exam and cleaning of the new year, too. Call our office today to schedule your convenient appointment.
You know that smoking causes harm to your body, but it can also cause major damage to your smile and your oral health in general. Read our blog post to learn about the negative effects of smoking on your oral health. At North Richland Hills Dentistry, we offer services to help get your smile back in shape. Call today to schedule your consultation!