Five Facts About Gum Disease

Few things are more harmful and less understood than gum disease. This oral health issue, also known as periodontal disease, is a prevalent issue across the world that affects adults everywhere. Gum disease develops from an infection in the gums. When an infection reaches the gums, it can create what is known as a periodontal pocket between the gum and ...

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Kick Your Dental Fear to the Curb

If there is one thing that I have learned in years of practicing dentistry, it’s that you can’t force patients into the dental office. I wish I could encourage everyone to make their oral health a priority, but the fact is that some of us have a hard time visiting the dentist. One of those big hurdles is dental fear and anxiety. About 20 percent of ...

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Affordable Teeth-Whitening in Plano TX

We’ve to find any patient that doesn’t value a beautiful and bright smile. After all, your smile is one of the first things people notice about you – and you can’t make a first impression twice. One way to enhance your smile is through professional in-office teeth-whitening. This system can brighten your smile by several shades in no time and give ...

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Avoid Sports Injuries With Mouthguards

In my last email, I encouraged you to schedule your child’s dental visit before the start of the school year to make sure they are free of decay. You learned about the number of hours children miss in class instruction every year to resolve dental issues. Today, I want to expand on that topic a little bit and talk about another important area of ...

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Visit Your Plano Dentist Before the New School Year

If you’re a parent, you’re probably already thinking about the long list of things you need to accomplish before your child goes back to school this fall. There’s back-to-school shopping for school supplies and clothes. And you have to figure out your child’s new after-school schedule and plan around any extracurricular activities. This year, while ...

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How to Resolve Your Missing Teeth

In my last blog, I talked about the causes of missing teeth and the dangers of living with missing teeth. Missing teeth are not just an eyesore; they can increase your risk of dental disease. Patients who are missing all of their teeth are also shaving years off of their life because they cannot get the proper nutrition that they need. The good news is ...

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The Many Dangers of Missing Teeth

Do you have missing teeth that make it difficult to chew your food? Or maybe you’re simply self-conscious to smile because of the gaps in your smile. We commonly treat patients with missing teeth, and we’ve found that not every patient is aware of the dangers of missing teeth. Missing teeth wreak havoc on your confidence and can even lower your overall ...

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Keep Your Teeth Health During Fourth of July Festivities

In Texas, the Fourth of July is a special time of the year. We love celebrating the birth of our country with family gatherings, fireworks and loads of great food. Tomorrow our state will be filled with backyard barbecues, parades and grand celebrations. It’s a great time of the year to spend time with friends and family, but it’s also a time not to ...

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5 Facts about Invisalign from our Plano Dental Office

There are millions of Americans living with crooked teeth who wish they could correct their smiles without the hassle of metal braces. Traditional brackets and wires can be uncomfortable for the patient, and they stick out like a sore thumb. Metal braces have been used in dentistry for decades, and they work wonders for patients with crooked teeth or major ...

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You Can Stop Gum Disease! (Pt. 3)

The team at 1st in Smiles takes your oral health seriously! One of the most significant risks to your oral health is periodontal disease (AKA gum disease). Over 64 million Americans suffer from gum disease, either gingivitis (the first stage of the disease) or periodontitis (the second, more serious stage). That’s 20% of the US population (that comes ...

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If you’re ready to go to the dentist without being afraid, please contact us at 972-905-9266. If you don’t want to call, you can request an appointment via our online form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you and treating you soon!

Bob Beaudine

He personally, actually sets a plan for you. He talks about your aspects, shows you your teeth, talks to you about your teeth, kind of explains the situation as you go. Brandy is always doing work to ...

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