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Waco Dentist Explains Porcelain VeneersOctober 20, 2011
Early generations of porcelain veneers earned a reputation for looking bulky and fake. Remember Hilary Duff’s first smile makeover?Read More
One Procedure Offers a Texas-Sized Smile MakeoverSeptember 22, 2011
While teeth whitening or cosmetic bonding can make a smile look more youthful, perfect, and vibrant, no single procedure has effects equal to that of porcelain veneers.Read More
Truth about George Washington’s False TeethFebruary 18, 2011
Growing up, we always heard that George Washington’s teeth were made of wood. However, through science and technology, we learned this was just a myth. In reality, President Washington had several sets of dentures. They were made from ivory, lead, gold, human, and animal teeth.
Washington endured a long history of dental problems and health issuesRead More
YouTube Channel and TestimonialsFebruary 11, 2011
YouTube is not only a place to watch funny videos about cats playing the piano or “Charlie bit my finger!” It is also a source of education and information. I’m Dr. Corbet Locke of Waco Dental Care, and I am proud to announce that I have launched a YouTube channel.Read More
How much do you really know about your hometown?February 3, 2011
Waco is a town with rich history. We’ve had some amazing, nationally-renowned offerings birthed in the homes and offices of our…Read More
Perfectly Imperfect TeethJanuary 26, 2011
I’m Dr. Corbet Locke, a Waco-based dentist, and I recently cam across an article in the Waco Tribune Herald that got me thinking.
The article was about achieving your perfect smile with “perfectly imperfect teeth.” Recently, this topic has been popular in the dental world, mostly because it focuses on the specific goal of cosmetic dentistry.
The goal of cosmetic dentistry is to give you a healthy, beautiful, complete smile, not necessarily a flawless one. I offer many cosmetic procedures here at my office, and I prescribe them to my patients based on their needs and dental goals. There is not one procedure that will give everyone a “perfect” smile.Read More
New Year’s ResolutionsJanuary 5, 2011
I’m sure you have already been asked what your new year’s resolution is for this year. It seems like these goals are at the top of everyone’s list of priorities right now, but chances are they will be long forgotten by the end of the month.
I am Dr. Corbet Locke of Waco Dental, and I have a new year’s challenge for you. Instead of making a resolution that affects only one area of your life (physical, professional, personal, etc.), why not set a goal that will positively impact your overall well being?
My challenge to you is to exercise your right to a beautiful smile.Read More