Dispelling 5 Myths about Root Canal Therapy
posted: Jul. 12, 2021.The dentists of Bloom Dental of Arlington understand the panic a patient feels when the words root canal are brought up. At Bloom Dental of Arlington, there’s no need to Read more
Snap-On Smile vs. Veneers: Which One Is Right For You?
posted: Jun. 08, 2021.Many adults aren’t happy with their smiles. Whether you’ve struggled with insecurities revolving around cracked, stained, cracked, and chipped teeth, or you’re looking for a photo-ready celebrity smile, there are Read more
What Are the Advantages of Dental Sealants for Children?
posted: Apr. 29, 2021.Your teeth face an uphill battle when it comes to preventing damage and decay. Even with a comprehensive oral hygiene routine and regular visits to the dentist, your teeth can Read more
What Type of Dental Filling Is Right for Me?
posted: Apr. 02, 2021.As the name suggests, dental fillings are used to fill an area of a tooth that has been removed due to decay. When treated for a cavity, a dentist will Read more
Dispelling the Common Myths of Teeth Whitening Procedures
posted: Apr. 02, 2021.Americans are spending at least $1.4 billion on over-the-counter (OTC) teeth whitening products every year. Unfortunately, the surge in demand for teeth whitening procedures has led to a rise in Read more
Comparing Invisalign and Traditional Braces: Cost, Benefits, and Common Treatment Plans
posted: Feb. 10, 2021.Your smile is a huge part of your first impression. As such, it’s a significant point of insecurity for many people, but it doesn’t have to be. With quality orthodontics Read more
I Sleep Alone — How Do I Determine If I Have Sleep Apnea?
posted: Feb. 10, 2021.Sleep apnea can be the bane of a good night's sleep, and most times, you don't even suspect you could have it until your spouse or another member of your Read more
My Crown Fell Out — Is This a Dental Emergency?
posted: Nov. 09, 2020.Dental crowns fall out for a variety of reasons. Biting down on something hard or chewy or a sharp blow to the jaw could knock a crown loose. The gradual Read more
Fillings, Inlays, Onlays, and Crowns: What's the Difference?
posted: Nov. 09, 2020.Chances are you have heard that it is important to visit your dentist for regular checkups. However, when they inform you that restorative work needs to be done, you may Read more
The Hard Truth About “Soft Teeth”
posted: Nov. 09, 2020.Individuals who think they have soft teeth most likely find themselves visiting the dentist more frequently because of tooth sensitivity, cavities, toothaches, and other issues regardless of how diligently they Read more
How Effective Are Direct-to-Consumer Clear Aligners?
posted: Jun. 26, 2020.In recent years, there’s been a rise in at-home dental products designed to straighten or fix teeth. Direct-to-consumer companies often set up kiosks in shopping malls or pharmacies and offer Read more
How Can Dr. Yousefi Help Your Sleep Apnea?
posted: May 11, 2020.If you are looking for effective ways to treat your sleep apnea without the implementation of CPAP, turn to the specialist who has been helping patients for years — Dr. Read more
What Are the Common Causes of Bite Pain on a Crowned Tooth?
posted: Feb. 19, 2020.Have you been bothered by moderate to severe pain under a crowned tooth? Is the pain noticeable when biting down on something ordinary like a piece of food? You might Read more
How Long Does Restorative Dental Work Last?
posted: Jan. 15, 2020.Restorative dental work is a great way to invest in your oral health and improve the appearance of your smile. Before you sign up for services like dental bridges, crowns, Read more
How to Treat Sleep Apnea Without CPAP
posted: Jan. 15, 2020.There is only one thing worse than sleep apnea: highly-invasive CPAP machines that are used to help sleep apnea patients stop snoring. If you or a loved one have been Read more
What Can Cosmetic Dentistry Fix?
posted: Jan. 15, 2020.With the help of veneers, crowns, bonding, whitening, fillings, crowns, and other procedures, you can correct the following cosmetic dental issues. Read more
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