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What Are The Stages Of Periodontal Disease


  Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease or gingival disease, is an inflammation of the gingival tissue around the gum line that can worsen to affect the gum tissue and jawbone and subsequently cause the teeth to fall out or be removed by a dentist. Periodontal disease is a bacterial disease and it occurs [...]

What Are The Stages Of Periodontal Disease2019-03-23T00:35:16-06:00

How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take


  Are you suffering from multiple dental issues, such as dental decay, bleeding gums, stained teeth, gaps in-between your smiles and cracked or chipped teeth? If yes, then you can get your multiple dental issues fixed with full mouth reconstruction at Sugarland Dentals. Full mouth reconstruction typically combines two or more dental restorative treatments for [...]

How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take2019-03-23T00:34:43-06:00

What You Need to Know About Dental Bridges


Dental bridges are an ideal way to restore confidence in your smile... Moreover, replacing a missing tooth can improve your speech, make chewing easier and prevent existing teeth from moving to fill a gap.” Dental bridges are constructed of metal, porcelain, ceramic material, or a metal base with a porcelain or ceramic covering. Bridges are [...]

What You Need to Know About Dental Bridges2018-11-19T08:40:16-06:00

Cosmetic vs Restorative Dentistry


Cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry are different in many ways, yet they work towards the same purpose - restoring your smile.   We offer both types of dentistry at A Beautiful Smile at Lake Pointe. Do you know the difference between the 2 types of dentistry?   Here are the main differences between cosmetic and [...]

Cosmetic vs Restorative Dentistry2019-01-09T05:40:15-06:00

How Dental Bonding Treats Tooth Decay


  A cavity forms when tooth decay destroys enamel (the outer layer of your teeth). Fillings can be used to treat cavities and stop further decay. Dental bonding is an effective way to treat tooth decay.   Here’s more information about dental bonding and how composite resin fillings treat tooth decay.   What Causes Cavities? [...]

How Dental Bonding Treats Tooth Decay2018-11-15T09:25:56-06:00

Same-Day Crowns: Restore Your Smile in 1 Visit


Dental crowns, also known as “caps”, are used to restore damaged or decayed teeth. Generally, receiving a dental crown takes at least 2 appointments. However, A Beautiful Smile at Lake Pointe offers a cutting-edge process that allows you to receive a crown within one appointment.     Standard Crowns The standard process for crowns requires [...]

Same-Day Crowns: Restore Your Smile in 1 Visit2016-05-11T19:41:49-06:00

3 Ways to Stop Receding Gums from Getting Worse


Previously, we’ve discussed the stages of gum disease and we understand that it’s frustrating to watch our smiles deteriorate over time. So, once you’ve discovered that you may be experiencing symptoms of gum disease, how do you stop receding gums?   Unfortunately, there is no way to completely reverse gum recession, but you can work [...]

3 Ways to Stop Receding Gums from Getting Worse2016-02-24T10:00:27-06:00

Root Canal: The Road to a Quick Recovery


The term alone is enough to scare anyone away from the dental office for a few years, at least. Root canal procedures are notorious for the painful process and recovery period, and for a good reason. Plaque buildup, bacteria and acids have chipped away at your tooth leading it to rot completely if not taken [...]

Root Canal: The Road to a Quick Recovery2015-11-23T22:49:31-06:00

The Types of Dental Injuries and their Treatment


Dental injuries are more common than you think. In a recent study conducted by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, at least one dental injury was found in 16 percent of the participants. Of all injured participants, 63 percent had multiple injuries. Because dental injuries are so common, patients should learn about the common types [...]

The Types of Dental Injuries and their Treatment2019-06-10T04:31:54-06:00

How to Protect Tooth Enamel


Tooth enamel is the shield that keeps our teeth bright and healthy. The enamel on our teeth protect them against decay, staining, and extreme temperatures. Strong enamel is essential to the long-term health of your teeth. Sadly, all enamel can be subject to erosion. The erosion of this enamel can leave your teeth defenseless against threats to [...]

How to Protect Tooth Enamel2019-06-10T00:54:36-06:00


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