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Nervous about dental procedures? At Blake M. Vincent, D.D.S. we have extensive experience treating patients just like you who suffer from dental anxiety and phobia. Ask us about conscious sedation to help relieve the stress of some cosmetic dentistry procedures. We also provide dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and wisdom teeth.
Gun Barrel City area sedation dentist Dr. Vincent offers a range of options so that you can leave your stress and anxiety behind! We're committed to listening to your concerns and finding the best option to keep you relaxed and comfortable during your dental procedure.
If your dental fears have kept you from visiting the dentist, you should know that we can usually correct years of oral neglect in just one or two visits. Imagine walking out of your stress-free appointment with a completely healthy mouth! Now it's possible.
So if you're fearful about getting the care you need, we're the practice you've been looking for. Fill out the form here on our website, or call us today at (903) 675-1201. Our friendly staff will be happy to schedule an appointment where you can learn about all of your options.
If you're an adult wondering how to get started with nearly invisible Six Month Smiles® in the Gun Barrel City area, Dr. Vincent will be happy to help. We encourage you to ask all the questions you have about how clear braces can straighten your teeth or close gaps in teeth that make you feel uncomfortable.
Our goal is to design an individual treatment plan for your situation. You'll enjoy the fast results, and the new confidence you'll feel with a bright, healthy smile.
If you're looking for a highly-trained sedation dentist in Henderson County you've come to the right place. Dr. Vincent offers sedation dentistry that Henderson County residents depend on for the highest quality dental care.
Brush Your Teeth Daily!
For good oral health, brush your teeth twice a day with a good fluoride toothpaste!
How Old Is Your Toothbrush?
Replace your toothbrush every 3 or 4 months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed. A worn toothbrush won't do a good job of cleaning your teeth.
A Healthy Diet Makes a Healthy Smile!
For healthy teeth and gums, eat a balanced diet and limit between-meal snacks. Go easy on sugary treats!
Millions of adults struggle with hypersensitive teeth, meaning they are sensitive to hot and cold temperatures, very sugary or acidic foods and drinks and vigorous tooth brushing. Above the gum line, dentin is protected with a coating of enamel. Unfortunately, as enamel is worn away or decayed, dentin becomes exposed and receptive to sensations that cause painful nerve responses.
This can also occur as the result of receding gums, a common symptom of gum disease. If your teeth are sensitive, please call Blake M. Vincent, D.D.S. today at (855) 537-4315 to schedule a consultation.
Modern dentistry, with the help of sealants, fluoride, and preventive care, has dramatically reduced tooth decay in children. However, there’s been an increase in decay in seniors. Some medicines dry out the mouth, for example, reducing salvia. Saliva is vital in fighting tooth decay because it helps neutralize acids, has a disinfectant quality, washes away bacteria, and helps prevent food from sticking to your teeth.
If you have questions about senior dental care, please call Blake M. Vincent, D.D.S. today at (855) 537-4315.
Almost all insurance companies renew your dental benefits with the New Year. That means that you can take advantage of possibly $1,000 or more of benefits for yourself and your family before the year's ends.
These benefits, often part of your employer's insurance program, are typically lost if not used. Please do not wait for the end of the year to take advantage of your dental insurance benefits, when our congested schedule at Blake M. Vincent, D.D.S. may make it difficult to accommodate you at a convenient time for your own schedule. Call today at (855) 537-4315 to ensure your best health - particularly if you're due for your regular check-up and cleaning!
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