Veneers Are an Easy Fix For More Dental Flaws Than You May Have realized

Your smile greets the world and you want to make sure you’re sending the right message. If chips, discolorations, gaps, and other small imperfections in your teeth are detracting from an otherwise great smile, veneers may be just the solution you’re looking for. At Straight Teeth Orthodontics, Dr. Scott Evans and our team offer the …

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Traveling with Braces: How to Prepare and Handle Dental Emergencies

As summer rolls around, more and more people make their travel plans and then hit the road. When you’re away from home, it’s easier to slip out of your everyday routine, and you may not be exactly sure what to do if an emergency happens. At Straight Teeth Orthodontics in Dallas, we want you to …

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Getting Started with Invisalign: What to Expect

Having straighter teeth isn’t just about cosmetics: Correcting malocclusions and other smile defects can improve your oral health, too — not to mention that boost of confidence you get from knowing your smile looks its best. But despite the advantages of orthodontics, many people hesitate to have their teeth straightened, mainly because they don’t like …

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Crowns Vs. Bridges: What’s the Difference and Which Option Is Best for You?

A chipped or cracked tooth does a lot to impact the overall look of your smile. A missing tooth? Even more so. Ultimately, you want a full set of even, straight, bright teeth. And if something is getting in the way of that, your dentist can help.  At his office in the University Park neighborhood …

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How to Extend the Results of Teeth Whitening

When your teeth first grow in, they’re bright white. That’s thanks to their exterior coating, called enamel, which is both a hard protective outer layer and the thing that makes your teeth pearly white.  As you get older, though, your teeth yellow. That happens for a number of reasons: often because your enamel gets stained and …

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