FAQs About Dental Checkups

When was the last time you visited the dentist? Many people won’t set foot in a dental practice unless they’re experiencing the often-painful symptoms of gum disease or tooth decay. Instead of waiting for a problem to arise, why not attend routine checkups and help prevent the onset of serious dental issues? With a checkup,… Read more »

Brighten Your Smile in Southlake, TX

If you ask someone what they would change about their smile, odds are they will wish for brighter teeth. Over time, our smiles become dull due to unsightly discoloration. In order to address embarrassing stains and improve your appearance, you may require teeth whitening. Your Southlake TX dentist, Dr. Gregory Wright, offers patients the latest in… Read more »

Promoting Good Dental Habits in Your Kids

As a parent, you work hard to protect your kids and to ensure their healthy growth. Dental health is an important part of your children’s overall development and well-being. However, encouraging the right dental habits can be challenging.  In this post, Dr. Gregory Wright, your general dentist in Southlake, TX, explains how you can help… Read more »

Bruxism and Your Dental Health

Habitually clenching your jaws and grinding your teeth may build stronger jaw muscles, but it can also significantly damage or break your teeth. In fact, teeth grinding might not be so healthy for your jaw, either. Bruxism, the habit of rubbing your teeth together, can indicate a number of issues, from undue stress to an… Read more »

Tips for Better Dental Hygiene

Good hygiene is the cornerstone of good dental health. For many people, hygiene consists of little more than brushing and flossing their teeth twice a day. However, good hygiene involves more than what you do at the kitchen sink. Your toothbrush and floss can clean your teeth, but only when used properly. With a little… Read more »

General Dentistry for Damaged Teeth

Dental damage, such as cracked and fractured teeth, can pose a significant threat to your entire oral health if not addressed as soon as possible. Because of the intricate nature of your teeth and their inability to heal themselves, repairing them when they’re damaged requires a broad range of dental expertise. As a dedicated Southlake… Read more »