Do you cringe when you hear the term root canal? There’s no reason for that! We’re here to dispel four of the most common myths that give root canals a bad name! Read our blog to learn why there’s no need to fear this routine procedure.
Getting a dental crown used to be kind of an unpleasant process for most patients. Not anymore! Cerec technology has made getting a crown a walk in the park. Well, almost. Come see us. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is.
According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, somewhere around 53,000 cases of oral cancer are diagnosed each year. Since it’s important to spot oral cancer early, you’ll want to know what to watch for. Read our blog to learn how to spot warning signs.
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe during this difficult time. We look forward to seeing you again in our office as soon as restrictions are lifted and it is safe to reopen.
Most people need a dental crown at some point in their lives. Read our blog to learn about same-day crowns using CEREC® technology. At Helotes Family Dentistry you can get a crown in only a few hours.
Going to the dentist regularly is crucial for your health. If your teeth and gums aren’t healthy, it can have major negative consequences for your mouth and entire body. Read our blog to learn more then give us a call at Helotes Family Dentistry to schedule your six month exam.
When you’re missing teeth life is more challenging. Dentures can improve your ability to eat, speak and feel confident smiling. Plus, false teeth feel more natural than ever before. Contact Helotes Family Dentistry to learn more about how dentures can improve your oral health.
Are there things you would like to change about your smile? Cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening can boost your confidence, but it’s temporary. If you’re looking for a permanent and dramatic transformation, read our blog to learn about porcelain veneers.
Dental emergencies never occur when it is convenient but at Helotes Family Dentistry, we are ready to help when accidents happen. Read our blog to learn what to do in an emergency so you are prepared for the unexpected.
Root canals are a common procedure. They are a good solution to save the tooth if you have an infection. Our team knows how to make root canal therapy as comfortable as possible. Don’t delay contacting us if you are experiencing tooth pain.