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3 Reasons to Have Your Dental Crown Placed Before the End of the Year

November 5, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 5:32 pm
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If you recently learned you need a dental crown in Arlington, you may be contemplating putting it off until next year. After all, the holidays are right around the corner and these customized restorations can be costly. Surely it won’t hurt to wait a few more months to fix your vulnerable tooth, right? A local dentist shares three reasons why it’s best if you go ahead with treatment now instead of waiting until 2022.

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How Preventive Dentistry Coverage Can Reduce Your Chances of a Root Canal

October 10, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 1:34 pm
woman receiving a dental checkup in Arlington

Are you one of the many Americans who fear root canals more than spiders or snakes? According to the American Academy of Endodontists (AAE), nearly 59% of people are more afraid of this common procedure than speaking in public. While the idea of undergoing any kind of dental work sounds unappealing, the truth is you can evade complex and timely procedures with the help of preventive dentistry in Arlington. Learn how your available dental coverage can minimize your risk for severe decay and help you avoid any future root canals.

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Is Enamel Wear Something I Should Worry About?

September 4, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 9:27 pm
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Your tooth enamel is the outer layer that protects against bad bacteria and harmful acids that try to penetrate and cause tooth decay, cavities, and serious infections. Known for its strength and durability, it can withstand the normal pressure placed on it while eating and chewing; however, just because it is the strongest substance in your body doesn’t mean it’s indestructible. Over time, enamel wear can occur and cause future oral health problems to develop. If you want to minimize your risk and keep your teeth better protected, a dentist shares what you can do to ensure this outer layer doesn’t wear away.

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Teeth Whitening or Veneers: Which Will Brighten My Smile?

August 10, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 1:31 pm
cosmetic dentist in Arlington using shade guide on patient

Are you ready to say “so long” to your stained and discolored teeth? Having the opportunity to enjoy a healthy, whiter smile is a dream many aspire to achieve; however, with teeth whitening and veneers being two viable options for treatment, which one works best for your needs? Fortunately, you don’t have to make this decision alone. A cosmetic dentist in Arlington is here to share why an initial consultation can help determine how you plan to transform your smile and overall appearance.

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3 Factors That Will Determine How Much Your Dental Implants Will Cost

July 5, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 7:50 pm
a mouth mold with an implant bridge

Every patient suffering from tooth loss can expect their dental implant cost to be different. These permanent prosthetics require patients to go through a lengthy process to obtain, and each case is vastly different from the next. If you are thinking about replacing your missing teeth with these titanium posts but feel unsure about how much you can expect to spend, here are 3 contributing factors that your dentist will consider when formulating your finalized price tag for treatment.

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3 Ways to Achieve Sleep When Battling a Toothache at Night

June 3, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 9:05 pm
a man lying in bed and holding his mouth because of his toothache at night in Arlington

Can’t sleep because of tooth pain? Just as you feel yourself entering into a dream, you suddenly wake up reaching for your mouth and cringing as a result of the discomfort. This can certainly be one of the most uncomfortable and frustrating situations. Not only are you in pain but you’re also lacking the necessary sleep to ensure you can fully function tomorrow. A dentist is here to share 3 simple ways you can start feeling relief and getting better sleep even while dealing with a toothache at night.

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Coffee Stains: How to Minimize Yellow Teeth Caused by Your Morning Cup of Joe

May 10, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 1:17 pm
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Are you like most people who must enjoy a nice, hot cup of coffee first thing in the morning? Not only does it smell enticing, but its jolt of caffeine helps you to kickstart your day, right? While it may get you going on your way to work, the unfortunate reality is that its contents can remain on your teeth long after you’ve finished your first cup. Unless you’re prepared with a glass of water or your toothbrush, this delectable beverage can wreak havoc on your smile, leaving behind stained, yellow teeth. A local dentist explains why it may be time to break up with your coffee and what you can do to minimize discoloration over time.

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Will I Have Sleep Apnea the Rest of My Life?

April 23, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 9:00 pm
a man snoring while a woman lying next to him covers her ears with a pillow

If you are suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you may wonder if you’ll ever be free of this condition. Untreated symptoms can wreak havoc on your overall health, causing a strain on your personal and professional life. But once you start treatment, is it possible for sleep apnea to go away? A local dentist shares the truth about living with OSA and what you can do to minimize your symptoms.

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Learn How to Break the Vicious Cycle of Weight Gain and Sleep Apnea

April 12, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 8:58 pm
a man holding a small clock in his hand while asleep with his mouth open

Are you suffering from weight gain and sleep apnea? Much research has shown the two go hand-in-hand and can create a difficult and unpleasant day-to-day experience for fatigued and overweight individuals. If you’re ready to do something to change your habits, start getting the rest you need, and embrace a healthier lifestyle, a local dentist explains how you can break the cycle once and for all.

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How to Combat Seasonal Allergies Without Damaging Your Smile

March 23, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — drbaldwin @ 6:58 pm
a woman stands outside during the spring and blows her nose because of seasonal allergies

Spring has arrived! Not only does this time of year mean temperatures are slowly rising, trees are blooming, and days are longer, but it also means seasonal allergies for many sufferers. Between blowing your runny nose, managing a gnarly cough, and battling itchy eyes, you’re likely reaching for every drug store concoction to achieve relief. While it may seem as if your nose, throat, and eyes are the only areas feeling the pain, the reality is that there is a link between seasonal allergies and dental health. To keep your teeth and gums from experiencing the negative impact of spring, a dentist explains what you can do at home.

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