In: waco dental cleaning

Waco Dentist Explains Facial Collapse
June 19, 2012

How Your Body Uses Calcium Approximately 90{dcbe0cd52ce35e2f156887e14605e24111ce99c14f01d3853732956d43020bdd} of your body’s calcium supply is stored in your bones and teeth. The remaining…

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A Comprehensive Exam at Your Waco Dentist’s Office
June 15, 2012

You should know that you need to visit your dentist every six months for a thorough checkup and cleaning. At Dr….

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Waco Dentist Focuses on Prevention
June 5, 2012

This week marks the beginning of National Men’s Health Month, which is anchored by a Congressional health education program. The purpose…

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Your Waco Dentist Explains How Smoking Destroys Your Oral Health
May 23, 2012

You’ve probably heard about how smoking affects your overall health and increases your risk of stroke, heart disease, and lung cancer….

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Spring Dental Cleanings in Waco
April 11, 2012

A spring dental cleaning will keep your smile healthy and beautiful. Call Dr. Locke for a dental cleaning in Waco.

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Is it Time to Trash Your Toothbrush?
April 9, 2012

When your toothbrush becomes worn out, it won’t be as effective in cleaning your mouth. Dr. Locke explains when it’s time to replace your toothbrush.

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Understanding Your Tongue
March 14, 2012

Your tongue helps you taste, chew, speak, and swallow. Dr. Locke can make sure you’re keeping your tongue and all areas of your mouth clean and healthy.

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Spring Break Events in Waco
March 6, 2012

Spring weather means you’ll likely be spending more time outdoors. Dr. Locke can help keep your smile healthy throughout all your spring break activities.

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Germ Protection Quiz
January 18, 2012

How much do you know about the germs in your mouth? Dr. Locke can keep your mouth clean of any harmful oral bacteria.

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Fluoride Treatments Provide Protection for Waco Patients’ Teeth
June 7, 2011

Years ago, fluoride treatment was a common part of nearly all routine dental cleanings and exams. Recently, however, the question of whether or not fluoride is safe has been raised.

As it turns out, fluoride is safe, and beneficial to your oral health, but it can be dangerous in certain circumstances.

If you are over the age of 8, wear braces, have dry mouth, or have a hard time brushing and flossing your teeth properly, fluoride treatment is the most beneficial to you. This is because fluoride strengthens your enamel, the natural protection for your teeth, and, therefore, keeps your teeth health.

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