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  • 'Test Drive' Your Future Look after Dental Work with a Trial Smile
    Most of us wouldn't think of buying a new car without a “test drive.” It's a serious investment, so you want to make sure you're comfortable with your new ride.Like Read more
  • A Healthy Diet Could Lower Your Risk of Oral Cancer
    Good nutrition is vital for maintaining health and preventing disease, especially for your mouth. A diet rich in whole foods — fresh fruits and vegetables, protein and dairy products — Read more
  • NBA Player's Injury Points Out Need for Mouthguards
    Basketball isn't a contact sport—right? Maybe once upon a time that was true… but today, not so much. Just ask New York Knicks point guard Dennis Smith Jr. While scrambling Read more
  • Tips on Encouraging Healthy Snacking While Your Child's at School
    Good nutrition is essential for your child's developing teeth and gums as well as the rest of their body. You do what you can to provide them not just nutritious Read more
  • Primary headache disorders
    There are many different types of headaches, and their causes and symptoms can vary. Although most are short-lived and rarely a cause for concern, being able to recognize which kind Read more
  • Gum Disease Could Affect More than Your Teeth and Gums
    If you have periodontal (gum) disease, it's important for you to know its effects aren't limited to your mouth. A number of studies demonstrate gum disease can affect the rest Read more
  • What is Orofacial Pain?
    Orofacial Pain is a dental discipline concerned with the prevention, care and management of disorders that arise from craniocervical (head neck region) and musculoskeletal structures that includes the temporomandibular joint Read more
  • Relieve Your TMJ Pain
    What is TMJ/TMD? People who grind their teeth can sometimes develop a serious problem with their jaw, which left untreated, can adversely affect the teeth, gums and bone structures of the Read more
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    Welcome to the Blog of Texas TMJ & Pain Management Whether you are an existing patient or searching for an experienced, specialized dentist in the Southlake, TX area, we’re excited you Read more

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