6 Bad Habits That Harm Your Teeth
Maintaining a healthy, brilliant smile often includes an effective oral hygiene routine, a balanced diet, and abstaining from bad habits like tobacco or drug use.
Cavities In Your Sleep And How To Prevent Them
At Waco Advanced Dental Care in Waco, Texas we have multiple treatments for cavities. However, the best treatment is to prevent cavities from forming. Through
How To Have A Cavity-Free Halloween
In this guide brought to you by Waco Dental in Texas, we explain how you may be more likely to get cavities during the Halloween
How To Get Rid Of Tooth Pain
What Are Common Causes Of Tooth Pain? If you have tooth pain, it might be that you bit down too hard, or got something stuck
7 Travel Tips for Your Teeth
Brushing and flossing is a routine, so why would travel make it any different? You pack your toothbrush, toothpaste, and some floss and you’re ready
Asking Your Dentist For Advice
You might be shy to ask questions about dental health, wellness, and care, but rest assured that Dr. Martin and the team at Waco Dental
Can Bad Breath Cause Cavities?
There are many causes of bad breath and Dr. Martin can help you find the source of the problem. To be clear, bad breath CAN
What Is The Difference Between a Dentist and a Dental Hygienist?
What Is A Dental Hygienist? A Dental Hygienist is an orthodontic professional that is responsible for the prevention and treatment of oral diseases. Teeth cleaning,
Wisdom About Your Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth are the molars at the very rear of your mouth. These rear molars are the last molars to come in and typically push
What You Should Know About Teeth Whitening
Your teeth will darken over time. Changes in the color of your teeth can be caused by factors such as the food and beverages like
The Life Stages of Teeth
With a daily oral care routine and regular visits with Dr. Martin at Waco Dental, your teeth can stay healthy and strong throughout your entire
How Digital Technology is Used To Achieved Aesthetic Results
Digital technology is part of many practices because it provides tools for dentists to provide accurate diagnoses and treatments, making it more approachable for patients