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January 12, 2021

Can I Whiten My Porcelain Veneers?

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Porcelain veneers

Have you noticed that your veneers have become somewhat discolored over time? Or maybe you have decided that you’d like to brighten them up a few shades? It may seem like a good idea to use a whitening kit in order to get them the color you’d like them to be. After all, they work for your enamel, so why would your veneers be any different? A cosmetic dentist in Fort Worth explains how porcelain veneers become discolored and what you can do to keep them white.


December 28, 2020

What You Need To Know About the Invisalign Process

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dentist showing patient invisalign tray

Thanks to Invisalign, hundreds of millions of people have been able to obtain the smiles of their dreams without the sacrifice of months wearing brackets and wires on their teeth. If you’re considering Invisalign in Fort Worth as a cosmetic dental option, you’ll want to be aware of what to expect. Before beginning the process, keep reading to find out what you need to know about treatment.


December 7, 2020

Can You Get Invisalign After Having Braces?

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woman holding invisalign in fort worth

Many people wear braces when they’re younger in order to help straighten their teeth, but once those brackets and wires are removed, their teeth begin to shift back out of alignment again. If you find yourself in this predicatment, you may be ready to have a straighter smile again, but perhaps you’re unsure of the options available to you. The good news is, even if braces weren’t successful for you, Invisalign in Fort Worth could do the trick. Keep reading ot find out how.


November 5, 2020

Enjoying the Holidays While Healing From Oral Surgery

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feet warming by fireside

If you or your family have time off during the holiday season, you may be like many others who have decided to go ahead and knock out an oral surgery procedure so that you don’t have to miss out on your regular schedule. With oral surgery, comes much needed healing time. You may be wondering how you can enjoy many of the things that come with the holidays, such as savory foods and drinks, travel, or fun with family and friends while still on the mend. Your Fort Worth Dentist has some helpful tips to share to help you get the most out of your holiday season, even after undergoing oral surgery.


October 10, 2020

Need Dental Implants? How to Plan for Implant Treatment

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Model of dental implant pieces in mouth

With over 5 million dental implants placed each year, implant treatment is one of the most popular ways to replace missing teeth in Fort Worth and across the country. However, many patients hesitate when they first see the cost of implant treatment. Although dental implants may cost more upfront, they are still a wise investment in the long term. Are you missing one or more teeth? Don’t miss the information below on the different parts of a dental implant and how to budget for implant treatment.


September 30, 2020

Don’t Forget to Visit Your Dentist

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Dental insurance policy for visiting the dentist. As you head into the last few months of the year, there are many things on your mind, like preparing for the holiday season. You probably aren’t thinking about your oral health; however, you might want to make it a priority because your dental insurance policy is going to expire. On average, less than 3% of Americans exceed their annual limits, so you likely have several benefits remaining. Don’t throw money down the drain. Take the time to visit your dentist to achieve the healthy smile you deserve without draining your wallet.


August 19, 2020

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dentist! Two Ways to Overcome Dental Anxieties

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Feeling some level of fear when the time comes for your next dental appointment is completely normal. However, you shouldn’t let your anxieties control you to the point where you start skipping your visits altogether; that’s practically inviting tooth decay and gum disease to start developing! Thus, if you find yourself at the point where your dental anxiety might stop you from getting the care you need, you should ask your dentist for help. In this post, you’ll learn about two highly effective solutions for dental fears that have helped many a frightened patient stay calm and collected.


August 17, 2020

What Should You Do if You Snore?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_cheng @ 7:10 pm
Older man snoring, woman covering her ears

Has your spouse or partner been complaining about you snoring? Obviously, keeping them up at night can put a strain on your relationship, but what you might not have considered is that they may not even be the only one suffering. People who frequently snore could have a disorder called obstructive sleep apnea that is preventing them from getting a good night’s rest – and in the worst case scenario, it might even lead to life-threatening heart problems. Read on to learn more about the dangers that could be linked to snoring as well as why you might need sleep apnea therapy in the near future.


July 24, 2020

The Quickest Ways to Completely Transform Your Smile!

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_cheng @ 1:21 am
Woman smiling outside after visiting her cosmetic dentist

The summer brings time spent with family, having fun outdoors, tasty food, and of course, the smiles that go along with these activities. However, smiling is easier said than done if you have cosmetic imperfections like chipped, gapped, or misshapen teeth. These common problems affect your appearance, but they can also have a negative impact on your confidence. Thankfully, your cosmetic dentist offers 2 effective options for creating the smile of your dreams. The best part is that they’re quick and convenient!


July 22, 2020

Veneers Vs. Cosmetic Bonding: Which is Right for You?


When you look at your smile in the mirror, are you happy with what you see? If you’re like millions of others, you may have cosmetic imperfections like chips, cracks, or gaps in your teeth. These problems take away from your natural beauty, but they also can impact your confidence and self-esteem. Thankfully, your dentist offers veneers and cosmetic bonding as amazing options to get your smile back to its dazzling appearance. But which treatment is right for you? Keep reading to learn the answer!


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