Ignoring It Won’t Make It Go Away

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Ignoring Your Allen TX Toothache Won't Make It Go Away

Are you a busy Plano resident suffering with a toothache, but ignoring the pain? Have you started chewing on one side of your mouth to avoid your sensitive teeth? Have you stopped drinking hot and cold beverages to alleviate the discomfort? Dental pain is like an unpaid speeding ticket, ignoring it won’t make it go […]

Use Flex Account Funds for Plano Dentistry

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Use Flex Account Funds for Allen TX Cosmetic Dentistry

If you have money in your Plano flexible spending account you may want to schedule some cosmetic dentistry before the deadline. Remember, you lose any funds left over after the plan year ends. Why not improve your smile with tax-free dollars? Even a small change can make a big difference in the appearance of your […]

“Brush Up On Your Cavity Basics, Dallas”

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Brush Up On Your Dental Fillings Plano

Residents of Plano and Allen use the word ‘cavity’ often when discussing dental health practices. Along with teeth whitening and other cosmetic dentistry procedures, cavities are a hot topic. At The Plano Dentist we think it’s great that people in the Dallas area are so conscious of their teeth, and we feel that having a […]

Top Reasons To Visit Your Plano Dentist

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Top Reasons To Visit Your Plano Dentist

Top Ten Reasons To Visit Your Local Plano Dentist: Check Up; it’s time, and this is the best way to avoid dental problems. Clean Up; our dental hygienist is ready to give you a super clean smile. Brush Up; if it has been a while since your last dental visit, it’s probably time to come […]

Teeth: What Have They Done For You Lately?

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Allen TX General Dentistry - What Have Your Teeth Done For You Lately?

Welcome to the Dallas dental blog! Today we are going to look at the secret life of our teeth. The shape of each tooth gives a clue to what it does. The incisors, or your front teeth, are sharp. They need to be because they are there to cut food and their curvature helps move […]