Unfortunately, not everyone in Grand Prairie smiles all the time. And not everyone in Grand Prairie is smiled at all the time. But even frowns need to be clean if you want to maintain a high level of oral health.
Hello Arlington! Do you want brighter, whiter teeth? Most Mansfield residents notice their teeth dulling as the years go by, but some foods, drinks, and even mouthwashes can stain teeth at any age.
Do you ever treat yourself to a few hours of pampering and leave feeling relaxed and refreshed? Perhaps you get a massage or have dinner at a nice Arlington restaurant. Have you ever thought about getting your teeth whitened?
Hello, my name is Dr. Stephen Ratcliff and I want to welcome you to my Arlington dental blog. My dental practice, Stephen Ratcliff, Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, wants to help our Mansfield TX, Bentley Village, and Cook’s Meadow patients to be knowledgeable about oral health issues.
Hi! Welcome to the Stephen Ratcliff, Family & Cosmetic Dentistry dental blog where we take the time to answer some of the questions dental patients in the Fort Worth area are curious about. Today we are focusing on fabulous veneers, which are used extensively in cosmetic dentistry.
Hello! We are so glad you came to the Arlington dental health blog. This is the place where we take the time to answer some of the questions cosmetic dentistry patients in the Fort Worth area are curious about. Today we are discussing veneers. You may have heard the word veneer used in conjunction with cosmetic dentistry, and that is because they are a popular and effective cosmetic dentistry tool.
I’m Stephen Ratcliff. I’ve been practicing dentistry here in Arlington, Texas since 1990. I have found amazing people in this community, all the way out to Grand Prairie. At Stephen Ratcliff Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we focus on three important things as we endeavor to be your dental provider of choice.
Brushing just the teeth may not remove food particles between the teeth and up in the gums. Bacteria can grow and stink from hidden, floss-only locations. Gently brushing the gums, sides of the mouth, and the tongue in addition to the teeth may make the difference.