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What Counts as a Dental Emergency?

Emergency dental care is often the only way to save a tooth in case of a serious dental emergency. Your teeth are sensitive, and if you experience trauma, it’s important to get the care you need as soon as possible. But how can you recognize a dental emergency? Some cases of dental emergency are obvious,
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Suffering from sinus problems after your root canal surgery?

So you’ve had your root canal surgery. The hard part is over. You’re feeling a little stuffy and uncomfortable, but you figure that’s just part of it. Well, it’s not. Other than some tenderness in your gums, or minor tooth sensitivity, you shouldn’t experience any symptoms after a root canal. Austin dentist Dr. Cynthia Graves warns
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Can Acid Reflux Damage My Teeth?

After studying the effects of acid reflux on teeth in a “Worn Dentition” course, Dr. Graves is confident that a well-trained family dentist is often better able to detect the warning signs of acid reflux before your regular physician. Do I Have Acid Reflux? You’re the picture of health: you eat plenty of nutritious foods,
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3 Common Misconceptions About Dental Implants

If you’ve struggled with tooth loss, but shy away at the thought of visiting the dentist, we want to provide you the facts about your options–before you find yourself searching Google. As your trusted dentist in Austin, Dr. Cynthia Graves and her team are debunking dental implants myths to get you closer to good health
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We’re Doing Dental Differently

Transforming Modern Dental Care In Austin, TX Dr. Cynthia L. Graves isn’t your typical dentist. Don’t be distracted by the whimsical butterfly garden in the front of the office or the Pizza Hut styled architecture that draws many amused smiles through the door. On the inside, this dental office is nothing like the cookie cutter
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What Is A Dental Implant?

What Is A Dental Implant? You might be wondering what a dental implant is. Put simply, dental implants function as close to your natural teeth as possible. Made of titanium, the implant mimics the root of your tooth and is inserted into jawbone permanently. You will be able to chew, drink, laugh, smile, and speak
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