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Category Archives: Dental health

Gap-Tooth Smiles Aren’t Quite As Adorable Anymore

Have you lost teeth? It’s a lot different than when you lost your baby teeth way back in the day. Unfortunately, these don’t grow back. But with a dental implant from The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, it might seem like a missing tooth has. A dental implant is a titanium post that is permanently […]


Do I Need A Dental Cleaning If I Brush And Floss At Home?

This blog post from The Hills Dental Spa in Austin focuses on professional teeth cleanings. You might wonder if you need a professional dental cleaning if you already brush and floss every day at home. The answer is yes: both are important, because they work together to maintain your dental health. We encourage patients to […]


3 Reliable Steps To Find The Best Austin, Texas Dentist

Regular cleanings and checkups are part of your first line of defense against dental health issues, so naturally you want to have the best dentist possible. What should you look for? At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we suggest the following. Location and Office Hours. It’s a little like real estate: location, location, location! […]


5 Critical Oral Cancer Facts

At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin we encourage people to come in twice a year for a dental examination and cleaning.  If you forego twice-yearly dental checkups because you don’t believe you have any decay, perhaps getting an oral cancer screening is a more convincing reason. In the last few decades, lung and breast […]


CEREC Same-Day Restorations For Dental Emergencies

CEREC “Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics” crowns are fast and convenient. They make “same-day” dentistry possible. At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin we can fabricate strong, natural-looking crowns in just one visit. Because of this, CEREC has many benefits. CEREC For Dental Emergencies CEREC technology can play an essential role in emergency dentistry. […]


Is Grandpa Smiling?

How are Americans doing when it comes to the dental health of those who are sixty-five and over? Well, at The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we’ve got some good news and bad news. The Good News: Tooth decay rates in older Americans has decreased in the past thirty years. The Bad News: 25% of […]


15 Things You Didn’t Know About Teeth

Our teeth are alive, but it’s easy to forget that fact, and take teeth for granted. At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we never take teeth for granted – but then, as dental professionals we probably understand better than most just how amazing teeth can be. We’re using this blog post to share some […]


Think You May Have A Cavity?

To maintain good dental health, your teeth need a lot of good ol’-fashioned TLC. But even when we do our best, bacteria can sneak in and cause tooth decay. At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we would be happy to take care of your dental issues. Few of us go through life without getting […]


The Hills Dental Spa Treats Canker Sores, Lesions, And Fever Blisters

At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, one of the most common complaints we hear about are mouth sores. There are many different kinds of oral lesions which can make eating and talking painful. Some are annoying yet harmless, while other sores are more serious and require medical intervention. Though not contagious, the most common […]


5 Compelling Reasons To Consider Dental Sealants For Your Child

Do you have a young child? Why are dental sealants important for kids’ oral health? At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we recommend them. Here are some of the reasons why: Children without sealants have almost three times more tooth decay than children with sealants. (Centers For Disease Control) Sealants may be covered by […]


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