The Hills Dental Spa

Posts From August, 2011


If you suffer from dry-mouth, it’s not only inconvenient, but it can be unhealthy.  If your mouth feels dry a lot, the condition increases your risk of gum disease, tooth decay, and other ailments.  That’s because saliva doesn’t just wet your whistle, it also controls bacterial growth by washing away food and plaque.  Dry mouth […]

Can kids have bad breath?

Persistant bad breath in young children rarely originates in the mouth, unless the child has an abscessed tooth.  If your child complains of a toothache and has bad breath, then see a pediatric dentist right away. But, if your little one is not in pain but bad breath persists, you have other medical concerns to […]

How to talk to your dentist

Most of us have been trained to show up at the dentist office, sit through the teeth cleaning and checkup, and wait to be told what’s wrong. We are used to being educated and told what to do. Maybe you’ve never had a real conversation with your dentist about what you want. You may even […]

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Join us in supporting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society by participating in the annual Light The Night Walk on October 22nd in Austin. Walk with our team and we’ll treat you to a free one-hour massage the week following the event as a thank you for your participation.  Or, donate $50 and you could win […]

Whiter, Brighter Teeth – how to get a whiter smile at home

While the quickest way to a whiter smile is waiting for you at The Hills Dental Spa, you can take steps to get more dazzling pearly whites at home! STRIPS – bought from your local drug store, two whitening strips are applied, one each to your top and bottom teeth. Each flexible plastic strip is […]

A Smile for your Problems

According to the May issue of SHAPE magazine, the next time you’re stumped by a problem, stop for a break and watch a funny video or listen to an upbeat, cheerful song.  It won’t be a waste of time – research from the University of Western Ontario found that people in a good mood are […]

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