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Category Archives: Dental health

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 […]


The Hills Dental Spa Guide To Preventing Gum Disease

One of every ten American adults is likely to get some form of gum disease by the time they’re sixty-four years old. At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we want all our patients to dodge this bullet and enjoy excellent dental health! We take gum disease very seriously. It is a leading cause of […]


Dental Implants: Does Your Age Matter?

Dental implants have rightly been called one of the greatest advances in dentistry: titanium posts that are inserted into the jaw to support one or more artificial teeth. Dental implants are available at The Hills Dental Spa in Austin TX. A common concern for many patients is whether they are too old for a dental […]


Floss Pick Facts For Austin

At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we want all our patients to keep their teeth as clean as possible. But we know a lot of them want convenience. That’s why so many use floss picks instead of conventional dental floss. These little tools are quite handy. They usually have a handle that is pointed […]


Dental Anxiety | The Hills Dental Spa Austin, TX

How can I prepare my child for a dental visit?

While many adults may have a fear of the dentist, children who are properly prepared for their dental visits will often have less chances of experiencing dental anxiety. Parents should take the time to ensure their child is ready for their upcoming appointment, especially emotionally. Drs. Kevin Winters and Kory Grahl of The Hills Dental […]


Smile Makeovers: It’s Not Just About Your Teeth

Our smiles are powerful assets; we use them every day to express our emotions. But what if your teeth embarrass you? At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin TX, you can transform them with a cosmetic dentistry smile makeover. We subject our teeth to a lot of wear and tear. They get stained by food […]


An Air-dried Toothbrush Is A Healthy Toothbrush

In this post from The Hills Dental Spa in Austin TX, we highlight simple things you can do with your toothbrush to keep your mouth as clean and healthy as possible. One of the most important habits anyone can form is to always let their toothbrush completely air dry between uses. The best way to […]


Is Mouthwash A Must?

In this blog post from The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we look at mouthwash. There are many different brands out there. Some tout their germ-killing abilities, others emphasize their fluoride content, and some claim to whiten teeth while freshening the breath. These are all great benefits, but will they help meet your oral care […]


Dental Questions? We Have Answers.

At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin, we strive for excellence in dentistry every day. Providing the best possible dental care goes beyond cleanings and exams. We like patients who ask a lot of questions, because that tells us they are taking a strong interest in their dental health. Frequently Asked Questions One of the […]


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