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Cost of a Dental Crown In The Grapevine, Colleyville, And Southlake Areas

Preparing to pay for important dental work can be a daunting undertaking. The good news is that the cost may be far less than you anticipate. Knowing your needs is crucial to planning your budget for dental work. Trying to Compare Comparing the price of a dental crown for molars versus the price of a

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Take 5: Straight Talk About Grapevine, Texas Braces

Having braces in Grapevine uncovers unique concerns. Hello, I’m Dr. Scott Mason at Mason Cosmetic & Family Dentistry. I support healthy oral hygiene and regular, consistent check-ups. Hygiene for braces is a bit different. Here are five essential concerns to keep in mind with braces: 1. Be Careful What You Eat Sweets and extra food

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6 Ways Dental Crowns Restore Grapevine Smiles

Dental crowns have been around a long time, but they continue to play an important role in Grapevine cosmetic dentistry. A dental crown, often called a cap, covers the visible part of the tooth. Dental crowns are used for several problems common among Grapevine cosmetic dentistry patients: An old crown that is damaged or ill-fitting

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Bad Breath Treatment at Mason Dental – Cosmetic & Family Dentistry

Do you suspect that you have bad breath? I’m Scott Mason of Mason Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, a full-service dental office in Grapevine, Texas. I help our dental patients diagnose and overcome this unpleasant and potentially embarrassing condition. Halitosis is caused by the bacteria that live on and around your teeth, gums and tongue. Breath

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6 Easy Ways To Eat Like A Dentist In Grapevine

There is nothing that influences your smile as much as your eating habits in Grapevine, Texas. Develop good eating habits and your Grapevine dentist will smile down on you too. Patients in Grapevine, Colleyville, and Southlake would do well to follow the example of a dentist in what and how they eat. 1. Rinse after

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