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Seven Signs You Have Good Oral Hygiene
The symptoms of poor oral hygiene are fairly obvious, but do you know what signs mean your oral health and hygiene are intact? Learn more here.Read
What Should I Do to Prepare for a Root Canal?
A root canal is a procedure designed to remove infected tissue. Knowing what to do before your treatment helps prepare you for the recovery period.Read
What Are the Benefits of Veneers for Your Smile?
Discover all the benefits of porcelain veneers and how this popular smile makeover option can transform your appearance.Read
Lost Your Invisalign® Tray? Here's What To Do
Do you have a lost Invisalign tray? Our experienced dental professionals can give you information and guidelines about handling Invisalign aligners.Read
How Often Should You Visit the Dentist For Teeth Cleaning?
Dental cleaning and what to expect, along with how often you visit the dentist to maintain proper oral hygiene to reduce your risk of dental concerns.Read
Welcome to Our New Website!
Welcome to our blog, where you can learn about our story, the latest in cosmetic dentistry, and what makes our practice stand out.Read
Your Dallas Dentist offers Fluoride Varnishes and Toothpaste
To maintain your healthy, beautiful smile we now have MI Fluoride Varnish.Read
Learn About Your Highly Accredited Dentist in Dallas
Dr. Kenneth Hamlett has important accreditations that allow him to excel in dentistry. Learn more about your dentist in Dallas today!Read
Choose Invisalign® Treatment in Dallas to Fix Those Crooked Teeth
Invisalign® Treatment is an invisible solution to teeth straightening — and it gives adults the straight, beautiful smile they deserve for years.Read
Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
Are crooked, misaligned or cracked teeth keeping your confidence at an all-time low? It’s time to get your smile back to its beautiful appearance.Read
Porcelain Veneers Can Change Your Smile Forever…and Ever
Porcelain veneers not only look absolutely stunning in a smile, but you’ll never know which teeth are veneers and which are your regular teeth.Read
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