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Which Tooth Whitener Works Best for Grapevine?

What is the best professional tooth-whitening system to use in Grapevine? There are two types of dentist-supervised tooth whitening systems available in Grapevine. In order to determine the best choice for your teeth, schedule, and budget; you need to understand the differences in the systems. Both systems use a bleaching agent containing peroxide. Grapevine dentists

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5 Smile Makeover Questions For Grapevine Smiles

If you are considering a multi-procedure smile makeover or extensive restorative dental work, here are four considerations: All At Once Or Over Time? At Mason Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, our Grapevine smile makeover patients can often receive several (or all) procedures in one visit. It all depends on the specific procedures necessary to achieve your

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Smile Makeovers: First Things First

Hello, I’m Dr. Scott Mason of Mason Cosmetic & Family Dentistry. Thanks for visiting my blog. In today’s post, we will focus on something that happens occasionally when a patient requests cosmetic dentistry from their Grapevine dentist. Let me set the stage. The patient comes in for a consultation about a smile makeover. We’ll call

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The Mason Dental – Cosmetic & Family Dentistry Guide To Dry Mouth

Many residents in our Grapevine community experience dry mouth occasionally. Some develop dry mouth in social situations or when they are under a lot of stress. Sporadic or infrequent dry mouth is usually not a serious trouble. Constant dry mouth, or xerostomia, is not only irritating, but it can lead to acute health problems. Grapevine

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Restoring Smiles At Mason Dental – Cosmetic & Family Dentistry

A great smile is essential for putting your best face forward. At Mason Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, we not only restore teeth to their original condition; we make many Grapevine smiles better than they ever were before! Some patients have only a few problems they wish to correct. Perhaps one or two teeth are misshapen

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