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Botox has become one of the newest innovations of dental work, and whether you are interested in it as a treatment for chronic migraines, TMJ, or for cosmetic reasons, our dedicated doctors at Relaxation Dental Specialties have you covered.

Specially Trained in Botox Treatments

Relaxation Dental Specialties stuff prides itself in complete commitment to your continued comfort and satisfaction.We will guide you through the entire process from the moment you walk through our door, making sure that you are fully informed and that all your needs are met every step of the way.

The long road of discovery to find the link between mottled enamel and water-borne fluoride finally ended in the early 1930s, but that turned out to be just the beginning.

Questions Surrounding Fluoride in Water

After Doctors Churchill and McKay finally proved brown teeth stains were caused by water-borne fluoride, many more questions emerged. Public Health Service scientists jumped on the wagon and started investigating a myriad of new questions regarding water-borne fluoride. First and foremost, resources were directed towards finding out what levels of fluoride would not cause the mottling on teeth.

When it comes to dental work, nothing is more rewarding then the feeling of confidence and well being of getting a great smile! At both our Frisco & Breckenridge dental offices, our dentists specialize in services such as dental crowns, veneers for your teeth, dental implants and full dental reconstruction. And as always, it’s a breeze when you can snooze right through it with our sedation dentistry service.

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If you suspect your snoring is not only a source of irritation for people around you, but also an indicator of a more serious health issue, it is time to take steps to determine the cause and the best way to treat it.

Once you have decided that Botox treatment might be the right solution for your chronic migraines, the next step is to set up a consultation with your dentist so that they can assess your current situation and decide whether a series of dental Botox treatments is the best alternative.

Your teeth need minerals to preserve their strength and health, and with that your stunning smile. One of the most important minerals to accomplish that task is fluoride, a natural mineral that is prevalent in nature, contained in many foods as well as normal tap water in most places.

How Does it Help

Teeth lose their minerals on a daily basis and need to be constantly bolstered with essentials such as calcium.

No matter how much attention you pay on your oral hygiene, an errant cavity can still manage to sneak through occasionally. The sooner you realize the unthinkable has happened, the quicker you can take care of it. Quick action will better the chances that it will not reoccur or affect your neighboring teeth. However, once your dentist removes the decayed part of your tooth they will need to fill it with something, what that is, is up to you.

Metal Fillings

The most commonly used types of fillings are gold, silver or amalgam, and composite resin. Depending of your own priorities, each of them have their advantages and disadvantages. Gold fillings do not erode, so they can last for at least 10 years and in a lot of cases a lot longer. 

A chipped or discolored tooth can be the bane of your existence, especially if it is front and center. After all, you want your smile to be perfect. Luckily, there is a simple solution to this by using composites.

What are Composites?

A relatively comfortable procedure compared to fillings, composites are used to restore teeth that are fractured, chipped, discolored or misaligned

We all know what Botox is. Some of us have used it while most of us have been tempted to at some point. Who does not want their skin tightened or their wrinkles smoothed? Well, Botox now has an additional, therapeutic use, making us like it even more.

Therapeutic Botox

Therapeutic Botox, also referred to as Dentox, is used by the dentist to relax your jaw.

Going to see your dentist to help with chronic headaches may not seem the logical choice, but when you hear that the solution may be a Botox treatment from your dentist you will probably be speechless, admittedly not an unusual situation during a dental consultation.

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