COVID-19 UPDATE In accordance with Governor Abbott’s executive order, Rush Creek Dentistry will be seeing emergencies ONLY. If any of the following apply to you, please call to make an appointment: PAIN, SWELLING, OR INFECTION. We will be seeing emergencies by appointment only on April 2nd, April 9th, and April 15th. All other treatments will be rescheduled to April 22nd & forward. If you have any questions please call (817)962-2323.
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Halitosis (the medical term for bad breath) is embarrassing and unpleasant. There are a number of possible causes, from eating habits to serious medical conditions. Your dentist can help you identify the source of your halitosis, and determine how to eliminate it.
Common causes of bad breath include:
Food – Everything that you consume has the potential to affect your breath. Some ...
You are surely aware that the use of tobacco products is hazardous to your health. It is not surprising that these risks include oral health. Smoking and chewing tobacco can endanger the health and appearance of your smile in many ways.
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The idea that gum disease and heart disease are related was originally proposed more than a century ago, by German and French scientists. With little research to back up their theory, it was largely ignored until 1989. In that year, two studies conducted by Scandinavian researchers discovered a higher rate of oral health problems, such ...