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Redheads Fear the Dentist
November 23, 2011

Redheads may fear the dentist more because they are more resistant to pain medication. Dr. Locke can make your dental visit calm and comfortable.

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Root Canal Therapy Offers a More Comfortable and Conservative Alternative to Tooth Extraction
May 23, 2011

As a general dentist, it’s my responsibility to restore your damaged teeth to good health, and protect your healthy teeth at…

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Men and Oral Health
March 24, 2011

Unlike women, men tend to ignore health issues, including oral health issues. Oral health plays a major role in overall health. However, recent polls show that men rarely seek preventative dental care and often neglect their oral health for years.

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Harmful Dissolvable Tobacco Products
March 21, 2011

Cigarettes, cigars, snuff, and dip cause cancer and other health issues. Studies now reveal that dissolvable tobacco products have the potential to cause mouth diseases, as well. These pop-into-the-mouth products replace cigarettes and other tobacco products. They are a popular alternative in social settings.

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Waco Dentist Explains How Healthy Gums May Lead to Healthy Lungs
March 18, 2011

Studies have shown that gum disease contributes to diabetes, heart attacks, strokes, and Alzheimers. But did you know that gum disease may also lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pneumonia?

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Don’t Wait for Pain Before Visiting Your Dentist
March 11, 2011

People often wait until they feel pain to go to the dentist. They believe they can save money by waiting. “Maybe the pain will go away?” This mentality costs patients more money in the long run. I’m Dr. Corbet Locke, a cosmetic and restorative dentist in Waco, and I advise my patients to follow the American Dental Association’s (ADA) recommendation to see me every six months for routine cleaning and checkups – and at the onset of a toothache.

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Waco Dentist Encourages a Diet of Fish and Nuts
March 4, 2011

You’ve always heard that a diet filled with fatty fish, such as tuna, sardines, salmon, trout, anchovy, and mackerel, are good for your heart and brain. But did you know that fish are good for your gums, as well?

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