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Dentistry Austin Texas
October 9, 2018

Toothbar’s Tips to prevent Gum Disease

According to the Centers for Disease Control, a little less than half of all adults over 30 in U.S., or nearly 65 million people, have some form of gum disease. This ranges from gingivitis to the type of severe periodontitis that can result in the loss of otherwise healthy teeth. The progression of gum disease […]

An image of both doctors standing in doctor jackets in front of a floor to ceiling window in the Toothbar downtown Austin dentistry. Both doctors are smiling and ready to take on new dental patients needing Invisalign®, cosmetic dentistry like veneers or crowns. As well as offing other services, like the amazing Toothbar lounge.
October 24, 2018

The Different Services We Provide At Toothbar

Taking good care of your teeth can be one of the most important aspects in life. A healthy mouth not only looks great, it means that the rest of your body is in good, general health. One of the worst things in life is dealing with teeth issues. The throbbing pain of a toothache can […]

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January 2, 2019

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

  The unbalanced sentiment of having the dental specialist’s devices granulate at your teeth is certainly not a lovely one, however we’re here to roll out an improvement in the business of Cosmetic Dentistry. The thing that matters is that at Toothbar, we’ve mixed current dental innovation with a promise to giving our visitors a […]

naturally prevent tooth decay
February 17, 2019

How can I naturally prevent tooth decay?

  If you’ve ever had a tooth cavity, you know how unpleasant the experience can be. Cavities, also known as dental caries, are caused by decay that leads to tiny holes in the tooth. These holes can expose the nerves running through your teeth, causing pain when you chew and an increased sensitivity to hot […]

Dental Plaque
February 19, 2019

Dental Plaque

  Tooth plaque, or dental plaque, is essentially a great accumulation of bacteria in the mouth which results in having sticky tartar around the teeth. The substance can spread to the gums and inside the cavities, and can cause other disease or infections. When tooth plaque formation is ignored for a long period of time, […]

whitening bad for your teeth
February 25, 2019

Is whitening bad for your teeth?

Teeth Whitening is Safe and Effective Most people experience a decrease in the whiteness of their teeth simply by engaging in their regular routine. Food choices, drink choices as well as age and many more factors can contribute to a person experiencing tooth discoloration. Even with the best efforts at oral hygiene, the white tooth […]

teeth implants
April 14, 2019

Are teeth implants safe?

Missing teeth can make you so self-conscious that it comes in the way of your basic activities such as smiling, talking, and eating. Moreover, they can contribute to oral health problems as well. And with over 35 million U.S citizens missing all their teeth in either one or both jaws, proper dental care cannot be […]

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June 3, 2019

Best Brushing Habits

The simple fact is that nearly half of all adults over the age of 30 have some form of periodontitis according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Periodontitis is a condition that causes inflammation of the gum tissue. In the later stages, it causes deterioration of the jaw and teeth. It all begins with […]

Missing Teeth
June 11, 2019

Why Should You Replace Missing Teeth

As we get older, it’s natural for people to start losing their teeth. In fact, 25% of people over 65-year-old are missing all of their teeth. If you’re on the way, you might just allow it to happen. However, you can do something about it. Here are the reasons why you should replace your teeth. […]

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June 25, 2019

Cavity Detection Options

What are cavities? Cavities are the result of bacterial colonies burrowing their way into your teeth. The bacterial release acids and turn your teeth into swiss cheese. It is difficult to see the development of a cavity, early on, because the bacterial colonies weaken the enamel at a microscopic level before the cavity finally forms. […]

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