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Category Archives: General dentistry

Regular Cleanings And Heart Health

Visiting The Hills Dental Spa in Austin for a dental checkup and cleaning every six months may  seem inconvenient sometimes, but you may benefit in ways you’d never imagine. A recent study showed that people who had their teeth professionally cleaned at least once every two years were 24 percent less likely to have a […]


What to do about a cracked tooth

Outside of dental decay and periodontal disease, there are some conditions that may develop unexpectedly due to trauma to the mouth. In some instances, this may include a tooth that is cracked or chipped. Cracked or chipped teeth might happen due to a few different causes. A cracked tooth may occur: From trauma or injury […]


Is The Humble Toothbrush Obsolete?

Are manual toothbrushes obsolete? Would you believe people have been asking that question for more than fifty years? At The Hills Dental Spa in Austin we assure you that the answer is no. When it comes to maintaining your dental health, an old school manual toothbrush is one of your best friends. “Wait a minute,” […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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