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July 19, 2010

Free Invisalign Consultation

Call us today for a free Invisalign consultation! 817-292-5957

Also, see our before & after photos of our Invisalign cases! You can have that smile you’ve always wanted and straighten those crooked teeth!

July 17, 2010

Straighter Teeth = Better Smile

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It is simply amazing what Invisalign can do to straighten your teeth.  This case is a great example.  At first glance, one would assume that the crowded tooth may have to be pulled because it doesn’t look like there’s any room to move it back into place. 

Invisalign doesn’t just move teeth.  It also expands the arch by placing gentle pressure on specific areas.  The case shown above was accomplished in just over a year!

When teeth begin to crowd and become crooked, it only becomes worse year-by-year.  So don’t delay, call us today for a free Invisalign consultation to see if you’d be a good candidate for Invisalign (817) 292-5957 or visit or website at www.hulendental.com

April 13, 2010

Look in the mirror…worn front teeth

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In our fast-paced society, with the stresses of work, family, health issues, finances and the struggling economy, many people take out their stress on their teeth.  Some signs of nighttime teeth grinding can be: waking up with sore jaws, frequent headaches, generalized pain from one side of your face, tightness in the jaws, sensitivity of the majority of your teeth or your teeth just ache in general.

Some studies have shown that people can put up to 3-4 hundred pounds of pressure on teeth when grinding or clenching!  Imagine the long-term effects this could have on your teeth.  If you look in the mirror at your teeth and you see signs of wear (see photo above), it’s time to ask your dentist what options there are on having a mouth guard made. 

A mouth guard can help protect your teeth from the damaging forces of grinding and clenching.  A mold of your teeth are made at the first visit.  The molds are sent to a dental lab where a form-fit mouth guard is made. Then in approximately 2 weeks, your dental office will fit you for the guard and make necessary adjustments.