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Our motto is “Together we will create your new smile”, meaning we work together as partners. We’ve learned that an educated patient makes educated decisions, and we hope that these topics will increase your understanding of what is available to you while visiting our practice.

TMJ Headache Treatment Plano

TMJ is a very broad term with multiple causes and multiple symptoms or presentations. The patient can have pain in the joint itself, migraine headaches, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), stuffiness of the ears, sore chewing muscles and/or limited mouth opening, and...

Different Types of Broken Teeth

OUCH! Are you suffering from a broken tooth? There are several types of tooth fractures and breaks that require different treatments: Minor Cracks - Also called "craze lines," these are surface cracks that affect only the outer white surface of the tooth, called the...

Tinnitus and TMJ

Tinnitus is a physical condition, that causes people to feel a constant ringing in the ears, sometimes accompanied by pain, even when there is no external physical noise causing it. Tinnitus is usually caused by a fault in the hearing system; it is a symptom, not a...

Is Gum Disease Reversible?

A common question that every person with gum disease wants to know: Is my gum disease treatable? Can it be reversed? It depends on the type of gum disease you have. Gum disease can definitely be treated and stopped from worsening before it causes serious damage to...

What Are the Symptoms of TMJ?

Do you believe that you may be suffering from TMJ disorder? Continue reading to learn about the symptoms of TMJ disorder, what causes it and how you can treat it. What Are the Symptoms of TMJ? TMJ symptoms can cause you pain and discomfort, making your everyday life...

Broken Tooth – What Do I Do?

In this post, we discuss methods of treatment for broken teeth, causes for them, and how you can tell how severe of an emergency it is. Teeth are very strong, however, they may chip, crack (fracture) or even break. Several reasons may cause this to happen: Biting down...

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