1. Why Are Tooth Extractions Performed?

    Some people are lucky enough to go their whole lives without needing a single tooth pulled, while other patients may need multiple extractions throughout the course of their lifetime. There are many reasons why a patient may need a tooth pulled, and whether you are in need of emergency dental extraction or a tooth needs to be removed for another reason, the team at Mesquite Dental & Implant Ce…Read More

  2. Dental Cleaning FAQs

    Did you know that as many as 40 million people put off their regular dental appointments each year because of fear or anxiety? At Mesquite Dental & Implant Center, we believe that the right information is the best weapon against dental anxiety. Our knowledgeable team is here to answer any questions you might have about your proposed treatment plan so you know what to expect. Contact us at 972-…Read More

  3. Is Sedation Dentistry Right for You?

    Sedation dentistry has grown to be quite popular in the last couple of decades, and with good reason. People who once had an aversion to the dentist were provided with a solution to make dental visits less worrisome, allowing them to get the treatment and care they need to obtain the beautiful, bright smiles they deserve. At Mesquite Dental & Implant Center, we proudly offer sedation dentistry…Read More

  4. Exploring Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

    If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile because of an improper bite, missing or crooked teeth, or another dental condition, you might have wondered what solutions are available to help resolve your concerns. Depending on your concerns, cosmetic dentistry may be an option that delivers the smile you have envisioned. At Mesquite Dental & Implant Center, Dr. George specializes in hel…Read More

  5. Wisdom Tooth Extraction – Is It Painful?

    There are plenty of horror stories out there when it comes to wisdom teeth removal. However, that shouldn’t prevent you from asking the dentist about having the procedure done. Keep reading as we review wisdom teeth and whether or not having them removed is painful. About Wisdom Teeth Believe it or not, there’s a pretty interesting history with wisdom teeth. Also known as third molars, these t…Read More

  6. The Importance of National Children’s Dental Health Month

    February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. Here at Mesquite Dental & Implant Center, we make it a point to help young patients establish good oral hygiene habits as early as possible. Doing so reduces the need for fillings and other dental work. When your child comes in for an appointment, you can expect us to show them how to take proper care of their teeth. Keep reading to learn …Read More

  7. Top New Year’s Resolutions for Your Dental Health

    Another year has come and gone. Can you believe it? Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to think about New Year’s resolutions. You see 2018 as the year you finally take charge of your health. Maybe you would like to join a gym or start eating healthier. But what about your dental health? Many patients forget that good oral health is a critical part of overall fitness. The fact is you won…Read More

  8. Why Dental Implants are Worth the Investment

    You’re fed up with missing teeth. You can’t remember the last time you were able to smile without worrying what other people thought. On top of that, you’re sick and tired of being overly careful about what you eat. So what’s the solution? Well, you could see if dentures are the answer. The better option, however, could be to look into dental implants. For one thing, implants offer a repla…Read More

  9. How High Blood Pressure Impacts Your Teeth

    Good oral hygiene can help prevent a number of serious health problems. One of the more significant ones is high blood pressure. Keep reading to learn more about the correlation between oral health and blood pressure levels. The real culprit here is plaque. When you fail to brush and floss your teeth regularly, plaque begins to develop. It can build up around the teeth or under the gum line. In ei…Read More

  10. Worst Holiday Foods for Your Teeth

    It’s hard to believe, but Christmas is just three weeks away. Your to-do list can’t get any longer in the meantime. From getting the house ready to wrapping up last minute shopping, you can’t find a second to relax. This is also the time of year where most of us fall victim to our sweet tooth. Still, it’s important to choose foods that are healthy this holiday season. The last thing you wa…Read More