Wharton Dental Blog
October 12, 2018
When you have multiple missing or failing teeth, it presents a lot of complications for your daily life that most of take for granted. For example, eating and chewing the foods you would typically enjoy becomes challenging and even painful sometimes when you can’t chew properly. Not to mention the embarrassment you may feel when speaking with other people. Living with missing teeth takes a toll on your confidence and self-esteem, but you should know that your dentists in Wharton, TX have excellent solutions to restore both function and aesthetics to your smile.
September 20, 2018
Popularized by the author Malcolm Gladwell, the “10,000-hour rule” dictates that to become an expert in any field – classical violin, professional basketball, or even neurosurgery – you must dedicate 10,000 hours of practice in pursuit of your craft. Thankfully, being an expert in good oral hygiene does not require 10,000 hours of brushing your teeth. Instead, you can just read the 4 tips below from a dentist in Wharton, TX on how to be world-class at maintaining a healthy smile.
August 17, 2018
Think back to your middle school days when your classmates were getting braces for the first time. Everyone’s been through it or at least seen it: someone shows up to school with braces in their mouth and it’s a HUGE deal. Have you ever been afraid to smile because of the metal in your mouth when you were younger? Now imagine yourself getting braces in the present day. You show up to work, and all of a sudden, you’re afraid to smile. These situations happen all too often, but thankfully Invisalign in Wharton, TX is an alternative to traditional braces that’s much more attractive, subtle, and easy to use.
July 2, 2018
Flossing is kind of like exercise. Everyone knows they should do it regularly, but most people have good phases and bad phases with it. It’s completely understandable since life is so busy. It can really make doing that one last thing at the end of the day extra challenging. But the fact remains that brushing only gets part of the job done (even really good brushing), so flossing is crucial for good oral health. Fewer cavities and healthier gums mean less time spent in the dental chair – which everyone can agree is a good thing. Keep reading for 3 of the best tips for flossing and getting the most out of your hygiene routine from a dentist in Wharton, TX!
June 22, 2018
As a parent, one of your concerns is the wellness of your young child, which includes his or her oral health. You wonder, “How can I protect my little one from the dangers of tooth decay and other dental health problems?” Your children’s dentist in Wharton says the answer is simple; introduce the lifestyle of oral health to your child at an early age and those positive habits will carry over into adulthood. Learn what you should be teaching your child and why it’s so important as you read on.
May 30, 2018
A recent study shows that the majority of the people you meet will consider your smile more than your job, car or clothes, when it comes to judging your character. That means that the condition of your teeth could either be opening or closing doors for you. So you can be on the winning side, your cosmetic dentist in Wharton, TX is weighing in to explain the benefits of two types of cosmetic dentistry.
April 9, 2018
During the first world war, poor oral health was deemed a national security risk due to the numbers of volunteer enlistees who received medical disqualification due to dental health issues. Since that time, patients have been encouraged to visit the dentist two times each year for preventive dental care, and oral health in the US continues to improve. In this post, we’ll walk you through some of the many reasons why visiting the dentist for preventive dental care is still so important.
March 5, 2018
Looking for a new cosmetic dentist in the Wharton area? To help you get more acclimated, we’re very excited to introduce new patients to Dr. Phil Tiet and Dr. Fadi Haikal! They and their team of highly trained staff are more than prepared to provide you and your family a wide variety of dental services and level of care that meets your needs.
When it comes to dental services, we provide everything from routine exams to orthodontics to cosmetic treatments. Take a moment to learn how the professionals at Wharton Dental can help your needs.