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Porcelain Veneers: Getting Your Dream Smile with Your Cosmetic Dentist in Midland

July 22, 2019

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woman smiling

You have a big event coming up, and you want to look your best. You shop for the right clothes for the occasion, but when you look in the mirror, you can’t help but be distracted by your chipped, discolored, and slightly misaligned teeth. You don’t have time for multiple dental procedures to fix these problems, but you want to have a smile you’re proud of. Well, porcelain veneers can give you the results you’re looking for all in one simple procedure. In this post, your cosmetic dentist in Midland explains what these coverings are made of and how they are placed to achieve the look you want. (more…)

How Your Dentist in Midland Can Replace Multiple Missing Teeth with Crowns and Bridges

July 5, 2019

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implant-retained bridge

When you have a tooth that has been badly damaged or decayed, you know that you can turn to a dental crown to restore its function and beauty, but this basic restoration can do much more! When two dental crowns are attached to a prosthetic tooth, it can be used to replace a missing tooth. This restoration is called a dental bridge. In fact, the abutment crowns in a bridge can support two or even more prosthetics in the middle, allowing you to revitalize your smile even after severe tooth loss. In this post, you’ll learn how your dentist in Midland can bring back your smile with this solution and how an implant-retained bridge can give you even more benefits. (more…)

An Insurance Reminder from Your Dentist in Midland

May 23, 2019

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Smiling man in the dental chair.With summer fast approaching, it’s hard to believe that we’re already halfway through 2019! With the year half finished, your dentist wants to take a minute to remind you about your dental insurance benefits. Have you scheduled your two cleaning and checkup appointments for this year? Are you maximizing your dental insurance and receiving all the benefit dollars you’re entitled to? Here’s what you should know so you can make the most of your dental insurance in 2019.


Are Dentures the Solution You’re Looking for?

April 28, 2019

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Dentures have come a long way in the past few years. Today’s versions are not only more comfortable but more attractive and easier to care for than those in the past. In this post we’ll share the benefits of this effective form of dental therapy.


Here are Some Tips from a Dentist on Keeping Healthy Gums

March 31, 2019

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Smiling woman in the dental chair.Healthy teeth and gums are essential for living an active, happy life. You can keep yours in good shape by brushing after every meal, flossing at least once a day, avoiding sweets, and seeing your dentist for regular exams and cleanings. The efforts you put forth today will lead to improved dental health tomorrow.


Cosmetic Dentist Discusses Benefits of ClearCorrect To Straighten Your Teeth

March 13, 2019

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Woman holding up a clear aligner tray Up until about 20 years ago, the only way to straighten your teeth was traditional braces. Today, people have more choices than ever before, so it’s helpful to research all your options before making a decision. ClearCorrect is a great alternative to traditional orthodontic treatment because you get fantastic results without many of the drawbacks of braces. Learn more below about how a cosmetic dentist can use ClearCorrect to give you the straight, even smile you’ve always wanted – without wearing brackets and wires!


Explore Your Options for Sedation Dentistry in Midland

January 12, 2019

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relaxed dental patientDoes the thought of visiting the dentist make you a little nervous (or perhaps very nervous)? Millions of people across the United States struggle with dental anxiety, whether because they had a past bad experience or because they dislike the idea of a stranger working in their mouth. Dentists can do a lot to ease their patients’ nerves with a friendly manner and gentle touch, but that isn’t always enough. That is why many practices offer sedation dentistry. At Boyles General Dentistry and Implant Center, we are qualified to provide both nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation. Let’s talk about how these sedation options can help you breeze through your next appointment.


Your Dentist Shares Some New Year’s Resolutions for Your Oral Health

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Woman flossing her teeth.The new year is an excellent time to focus on your health and make some appropriate changes, and your oral health is no exception. Since there is so much information regarding the link between your oral health and your overall health, it is essential to make your dental care a priority, and your dentist has some helpful tips on how you can do it.


I’m Having a Dental Emergency! What Should I Do?

December 19, 2018

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Man in pain.Bleeding gums, a broken tooth, or worse yet a knocked out tooth! These are all situations that you might be facing during a dental emergency, and because your first instinct is to panic, it may be hard to determine the right thing to do. Never fear, however, because your Midland dentist is here to guide you through some common dental emergencies and what you can do to successfully manage them.


Does Insurance Cover Sedation Dentistry?

December 9, 2018

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Woman afraid to open her mouth.Do feelings of fear keep you from visiting the dentist on a regular basis? Sedation dentistry can be a great way to comfortably receive the dental care you need so you can maintain your oral health. However, if you’re concerned about the cost, it’s a good idea to contact your insurance to see if dental sedation is covered. Many insurance plans will include it, especially if you are having oral surgery or completing multiple and complex treatment procedures. Your dental insurance coordinator can also help you determine if sedation is a covered procedure. If not, the good news is that many forms of sedation are very affordable.


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