Month: March 2019

What’s Happening In Mansfield?

In today’s blog, we would like to take a little break from our usual dental topics, and focus on the community of Mansfield, TX. This weekend and next week there will be a number of fun and exciting events for the whole family to take part in. We also want to remind you that we… Read more »

Why Dentists Recommend Tooth-Colored Fillings

Treating cavities has long been one of the most common restorative dentistry goals. That’s because cavities (and the tooth decay that causes them) are the most common chronic issue to affect children’s and adult’s teeth. In many cases, that treatment involves the cleaning and filling of the cavity, which stops it from growing worse and… Read more »

Fixing Your Tooth Loss With Dental Bridges

Multiple factors could cause tooth loss, from severe infections to gum disease or even injury. When gaps appear in your smile due to missing teeth, then the health of your smile could suffer. Fortunately, we can help people in Mansfield, TX, by placing a lifelike dental bridge. How do we design and create these natural… Read more »

When Is a Dental Crown Appropriate?

Every dental issue is unique, which is why every dental treatment should be tailored to your specific needs. For example, teeth stains are common, but not all types of tooth discoloration are the same. A cracked tooth could be a minor cosmetic issue, a serious restorative concern, or both, depending on its size and location…. Read more »

Will Treating Sleep Apnea Stop My Snoring?

Do you regularly snore? If so, you may be experiencing poor sleep, in addition to driving your significant other crazy. In order to stop this and enjoy a better night’s rest, you may need to undergo sleep apnea treatment. We’re talking about the link between snoring and sleep apnea, and when people in Mansfield, TX,… Read more »

Why You Should Take Sleep Apnea Treatment Seriously

Snoring is a problem for millions of people, but for some of them, it’s more important than it is for others. That’s because it can often indicate the presence of a sleep disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). People who suffer from sleep apnea will snore increasingly more loudly each night, and ignoring it… Read more »

What Causes TMJ Disorder?

In our last blog, we took a look at bruxism, a disorder in which people regularly grind their teeth or clench their jaw. In today’s blog, we’re going to focus on a related issue known as TMJ disorder, or TMD. What causes TMJ disorder and how do we offer patients treatment? Find out more about… Read more »

What Grinding Your Teeth Means for Your Oral Health

If you have bruxism, then the constant grinding of your teeth can seem like an obvious hazard to their health. That much pressure and friction is bound to wear your teeth down, and that can have a few direct consequences such as tooth sensitivity and changing tooth surfaces. However, when left untreated, the dangers of… Read more »