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Gum Recession

GUM RECESSION Gum recession is one of the most common dental problems that is often missed by a patient. The reason it often gets overlooked is because it can take decades before the effects are detected by a patient. If left untreated, bacteria can get in by the roots causing more damage and ultimately may result in the loss of the tooth. There are many factors that contribute to gum recession. Over brushing your teeth/gums, grinding your teeth, hormonal changes, ...
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DRY MOUTH Often overlooked, saliva is one of the most readily available defenses in your oral health army. It helps wash away leftover food particles, neutralizes acids, and controls bad breath. However, you don’t realize how important it is until you start to notice your mouth getting dry. Roughly 10 percent of the population suffers from a condition known as dry mouth. The condition can range from being mild to severe. Aging, medications, poor nutrition, systemic diseases and cancer treatment ...
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The Problems with Thumb Sucking

The Problems with Thumb Sucking A common worry among parents is whether they should be concerned about their son or daughter’s use of a pacifier, or their thumb will have long term effects on the child’s teeth. To help ease your concern we will address when to start worrying about the habit. The sucking reflex is a very strong natural reflex that begins to develop while still in the womb. Sucking helps a child feel safe, secure, and calm. Studies ...
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Dental Implants

DENTAL IMPLANTS A common frustration that we hear in regards to dentures or partials is the fact that they can occasionally slip in the mouth when going about your daily activities like eating, or speaking. One possible alternative if you are missing a tooth or teeth is to have a dental implant. Dental implants are attached to the jawbone eliminating the chance of them sliding. Another benefit is that implants are designed to match the look and feel of the ...
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Wisdom Teeth: The Knowledge behind them

Wisdom Teeth: The Knowledge behind them Did you know that there are actually 3 sets of molars you can get? While you may not have heard of the 3 sets of molars, you’ve probably heard of wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the 3rd set of molars that develop in your mouth. Not everyone has wisdom teeth but for those that do, they typically begin to erupt in late teenage years or in your early 20s. Scientists believe that our early ...
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We will work with each patient individually to discuss the details of your treatment and any possible alternatives. Our top priority is to provide you with the highest standard of care.

For all of your family, cosmetic or restorative dental needs, we invite you to contact Paris Family Dental. Call us today to schedule your appointment at (903) 732-0061! Visit us at 2333 Lamar Ave, Paris, TX 75460 to learn more about our team, our practice, and how we provide excellence in dentistry in our area.

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