Have you been told that your wisdom teeth should be removed? You may be feeling some anxiety leading up to the actual procedure. This is normal. Dental anxiety itself is common, affecting millions of people everyday. But dental fear shouldn’t prevent you from getting the care you need.
Are you frustrated with your crooked teeth when you look in the mirror? More adults than ever are opting for orthodontic treatment. Maybe you had braces as a kid and your teeth drifted back over time. Maybe you forgot to wear your retainer as dutifully as you should have! Whatever the reason, we’re happy to […]
Your smile is like a visual handshake… you want it to be strong and welcoming since it can go a long way toward opening doors in both your personal and professional relationships. But what if your teeth need straightening? At Fort Worth Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, both teens and adults have been asking us about […]
Because wisdom teeth come in so late, many people consider having them extracted, but is this truly necessary? It depends. Every situation is different. At our Fort Worth dental office, Dr. Nikki Green is skilled in the art of wisdom tooth removal. If you’re concerned about your wisdom teeth, let us know so we can address this issue.
There is no specific certification or training requirement that creates a “cosmetic dentist” specialty. On the one hand, this is good because it allows more flexibility when choosing a provider for your cosmetic procedure. On the other hand, it can complicate things because any general dentist can claim to be a “cosmetic dentist,” and it’s up to you, as the consumer, to do your research and find a dentist you can trust to make your smile beautiful.
Have you ever heard the expression “long in the tooth?” It’s used to describe elderly horses because as they age, their teeth get longer. If you have looked in the mirror and noticed that you’ve become long in the tooth because of gum recession, it’s time to call Fort Worth Cosmetic and Family Dentistry.
While some solutions for missing teeth are fast and can fill in the gap quickly, they may not be the best option in the long run. Dental implants are an innovative option that don’t just fill in the space left by a missing tooth but provide additional benefits to enhance your smile and your dental (and overall!) health for many years to come.
A great smile is a key piece of a good first impression. Unfortunately, yellowish stains and discoloration can detract from your appearance, and like it or not, people will probably notice.
Two of our most popular cosmetic procedures are porcelain veneers and dental bonding using composite resin – the same tooth-colored material used in aesthetic fillings! These two treatments address several of the same concerns in different ways.
Can I Use My FSA to Pay for Cosmetic Dentistry? Your FSA will cover the dental services that are authorized by your insurance plan.